Colorjet unveils two new digital inkjet solutions

With a focus towards a sustainable printing ecosystem, Colorjet recently launched its new set of printing technologies, Soniq HQ and Flagjet. MS Dadu, chairman, Colorjet, launched these two new models in a grand unveiling ceremony at Media Expo Mumbai 2020 held in January.

18 Mar 2020 | By PrintWeek Team

Smarth Bansal, DGM, product management, Colorjet, said, Soniq HQ is a 3.2-m indoor and outdoor high quality eco-solvent printer that can print up to the speed of 1,175-sqft/hr. It supports all types of media of both eco-solvent and solvent-based such as canvas, SAV, PVC banner, backlit film, window film, along with biodegradable and recyclable fabric solutions using Colorjet’s indigenous BioPrint technology.

Flagjet, on the other hand, is a 1.8-m direct-to-fabric sublimation printer that has been designed especially for flags and cloth banner printing. It easily prints on polyester-based fabric and also uses environment-friendly aqueous-based inks which are internationally Oeko Tex-approved.

“We have internationally accepted top-notch manufacturing facilities in India which manufactures precision engineered machines of the highest quality. We take pride in the fact that we are the only Indian manufacturer which produces inkjet printers in India, with 75% manufacturing value addition. With our local operations, we serve our Indian customers readily, in terms of service and spare parts,” Bansal added.

Commenting on the market scenario, Deborshi Paul Chaudhary, GM, Apsom Infotex, said, “With changing market scenario, we also innovate to bring out new products time and again. The two new products that have been launched are in line with changing customer needs and market demand, and are aimed to generate the best profitability for our customers."

During Media Expo Mumbai, on the Colorjet stand there was also the Dimense printer, a kit that can print and emboss simultaneously. Manufactured by Veika, a Lithuania-based company, the printer is ideal for wallpaper production, said Sandra Morkevice, regional manager for North America, Japan and Australia.

Sandra Morkevice of Dimense

Dimense claims that its technology is eco-friendly, as its inks are based on latex technology and structure forming material uses the PVC-free Ecodeco media.