Monotech’s PixelFoil – screen foiling system at Pamex 2024

System can seamlessly integrate with existing screen-printing workflows

(L to R): Akash Kumar and Tejinder Singh of Monotech Systems at Pamex 2024

At Pamex 2024, Monotech Systems, a leading name in printing technology, has introduced its latest innovation, the PixelFoil – screen foiling system, integrated with a complete screen-printing unit. 

PixelFoil is available in 24 and 32-inch sizes, offering advanced technology to deliver a seamless foiling solution for screen printing applications. This innovation marks a significant leap forward in the industry, promising enhanced efficiency, quality, and versatility, Monotech said.

The user-friendly interface and intuitive controls ensure ease of operation, catering to both seasoned professionals and newcomers to the field.

The system can seamlessly integrate with existing screen-printing workflows, enhancing overall efficiency and workflow management. PixelFoil offers versatile compatibility with a wide range of substrates and materials, making it adaptable to diverse printing needs.

With advanced control options, users can customize foiling effects and finishes, providing flexibility in achieving desired outcomes. According to Monotech, PixelFoil is built with a robust construction ensuring reliable performance, contributing to long-term durability and consistent results.

“We are thrilled to introduce PixelFoil at Pamex 2024,” said Tejinder Singh, business head – PPS at Monotech Systems. “This groundbreaking system represents the culmination of our commitment to innovation and excellence. We believe PixelFoil will empower printing professionals to unlock new creative possibilities and achieve unparalleled results.”

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