Drupa 2024: APL Machinery unveils QuantumJet digital printing machine

At Drupa 2024, APL Machinery unveiled its QuantumJet digital printing machine, which the company said, is a testament to its commitment to pushing the boundaries of technology. Additionally, attendees can expect to experience live demonstrations of the highly anticipated 3D-Foil-Evolution machine.

01 Jun 2024 | By Rahul Kumar

CP Paul and his team at the APL Machinery stall at Drupa 2024

CP Paul of APL Machinery said, “Our aim is to provide visitors with an immersive and insightful experience, demonstrating how our solutions can revolutionise their printing processes and drive business success. We look forward to sharing our vision for the future of printing at Drupa 2024.”

APL Machinery is known for manufacturing a comprehensive range of cutting-edge LED UV and conventional UV coating and curing systems, along with screen printing machines. 

“Our solutions cater to diverse sectors, including sheetfed printing (both online and offline), web offset printing, rotogravure printing, as well as the glass and wood Industry. Within the screen printing domain, we offer specialised solutions for halftone printing, UV special effects for packaging printing, round and 3D object printing,” Paul said.

Headquartered in Faridabad, the ISO- and CE-certified company seamlessly serves both domestic and international markets through a well-established network of sales and service centres and foreign channel partners worldwide.

He added, “Amidst this legacy of excellence, we take immense pride in unveiling our latest groundbreaking innovation at Drupa. This edition marks the debut of our state-of-the-art QuantumJet digital printing machine, symbolising our relentless pursuit of innovation and our commitment to driving the printing industry towards new horizons. Years of relentless research and development have culminated in the creation of the revolutionary technology that promises to redefine the standards of excellence in printing.”

Furthermore, the company is excited to showcase its highly anticipated 3D-Foil-Evolution machine, now equipped with the latest upgrades to ensure unmatched performance and versatility. Visitors can expect immersive live demonstrations of its cutting-edge solutions, offering a firsthand experience of their capabilities. 

Talking about ‘make in India’ at Drupa 2024, Paul said, “This year, Drupa features 84 Indian exhibitors, a notable achievement and it’s a proud moment, especially as India ranks 4th among the 180 countries at the event. We believe that our collective efforts will leave a lasting mark at Drupa, reinforcing India's position as a key player in the global printing industry and highlighting the significant strides made under the 'Make in India' initiative.