ATE introduces web video system

Enhancing the product portfolio

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L – R: Jayesh Pathare, vice president, print and packaging equipment; and Kartik Bagaria of ATE at PackPlus 2016. Photo PSA

At PackPlus 2016, held from 27 to 30 July 2016, ATE Enterprise introduced its ViewAxis Mega web video system. “With the success of our register control system for the last many years, we have decided to expand our product range to give a one-stop solution to our end users and that is why we have introduced our web video, ViewAxis Mega, which is a 100% indigenously developed system. Now our customers can get a package of registration control system along with our web video system,” says Jayesh Pathare, vice president –
print and packaging equipment at ATE.

The ViewAxis Mega web video system is designed for image rotation, horizontal and vertical flips, in four X- and Y-direction memory positions for easy and quick access. According to Pathare, in the last two years the company was focussing more on product development. “Post-drupa we are seeing good enquiries and excitement in the form of investment. We are getting a good response at PackPlus and have generated a couple of good enquiries,” says Pathare.

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