Digital cutting tables by Technova

TechNova at PackPlus 2019

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Technova team at Packplus 2019. Photo PSA
Technova team at Packplus 2019. Photo PSA

During PackPlus 2019, held in Delhi from 28-31 August, Technova Imaging Systems displayed its digital cutting tables, JWEI CB – 032516 and JWEILST – 0604 RM for packaging applications. Meant for industrial applications, the CB series is a digital cutter for flat surfaces.

Ekta Mhatre, manager – Product Marketing, Technova said, “We are distributors of JWEI and we also take care of after-sales services. The CB series is meant for industrial applications for rigid board packaging. The machine uses a digital file and cuts according to it. The JWEI LST 0604 RM cutting table is best suited for paper, cardboard, film, tags, stickers cutting – commercial applications, to be precise. It was launched Printpack 2019.”

Technova participated for the first time at Carton Tech, which ran concurrently with PackPlus. “We have good prospects of finalizing a few deals within a month. The footfall was good in the first couple of days. Additionally, we are going to be participating in a number of upcoming events, including Sign India in Chennai, Pamex in Mumbai, as well as Photo Fair and Media Expo in Mumbai in 2020,” Mhatre said.

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