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Roland DG And Apsom Infotex to Display Leading Sublimation And Customisation Machines At Screen Print India 2016 Mumbai Event

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Delhi, India – With a series of customisation machines to offer, entirely focussing upon needs of the Indian market and its demand of digital fabrication, Roland DG and Apsom Infotex will be exhibiting three of the finest customisation machines that will mark their presence at the three day event of the Screen Print India 2016 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E),Mumbai, India from 6th to 8th of May 2016.

With a venue that will showcase Texart XT-640 , Texart RT-640 and the VersaSTUDIO BN-20 all under one roof, the exhibition will be a one of a kind experience. The extensive three day event is an initiative to help entrepreneurs know the benefits the industry can witness with machines offered by Roland DG and Apsom Infotex, encourage networking and get more familiar with the features and potential of the machines. The three leading machines offer print businesses exceptional productivity and image quality in all of its aspects

The Texart XT-640 and Texart RT-640 are one of the top dye-sublimation transfer printers designed exclusively for the textile printing industry. They offer wide range of textile applications including sports merchandising, fashion apparel, soft signs (polyester banners and flags), home furnishing interior décor, promotional items and personalized gifts.

Entrepreneurs can produce a wide variety of profit-driving products while benefiting from low investment and minimal set-up logistics with the help of these brilliant customisation machines and super fast professional dye-sublimation transfer printer for fashion and sports apparel.

The VersaSTUDIO BN-20 offers an entry-level introduction to the world of wide format eco-solvent printing. So, providing integrated print-and-cut technology and white and metallic specialty inks within a compact desktop machine is available in the Indian markets which can enhance the popular applications it is used for, like merchandising of t-shirts, caps, and POP displays. With Roland’s print-and-cut versatility, graphics can be die cut graphics in one seamless workflow for custom labels and decals, cell phone skins, laptop wraps and much more.

With an aim to engage prospective clientele to witness the versatility and creativity behind the functionality of these machines, demonstrating how SME market can profit by diversifying into the varied business opportunities connected to the printing and sublimation domain will be the key attraction.

The Screen Print India 2016 will take place from 6th- 8th May 2016, at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E),Mumbai, India. Roland DG will be exhibiting on Stand A43-A44 & A53-A54, Hall 5.

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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