Mumbai-based Advanced Graphics System is a supplier of color measurement and management solutions. The company represents some of the leading brands from across the world. It also supplies digital sample cutting solutions for the packaging, digital and flatbed printing market.
At the recently concluded Pamex 2017, the company introduced for the first time to the Indian customers a text verification software called TVT (text verification tool), which helps in comparing two different file formats like a Word to a PDF or a PDF to an Illustrator to an HTML, etc., and helps in finding out the missing text, change of fonts, change of image size, barcodes, QR codes, etc.
“This solution is meant for customers in the packaging segment as well as in the commercial printing segment,” said Vishnuu R Kamat of Advanced Graphics System.
Advanced Graphics System also promoted solutions from X-Rite, a very popular brand in India that makes spectrodensitometers, auto tracking devices, plate readers, etc.
Another popular product displayed at Pamex was the sample maker from China-based Aoke. Kamat informed that there are close to 40 installations of the sample makers in India.
Other solutions that Advanced Graphics System talked about at the expo were PDF and print inspection software for testing any missing fonts, missing bar codes, QR codes, CIP 3 and closed loop solution controls for offset presses, proofing & profiling RIP software, and laser cutting and engraving machines.
Talking about the response received at Pamex, Kamat said that apart from the first day all the other three days were very busy with a significant footfall. “We met with a lot of people from the packaging industry. However, there were also a few from the commercial printing industry space,” he said.
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