Domino displays Macrojet 3 and C7 printers

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Anand of Domino Digital Printing Solutions at Packplus 2015. Photo PSA

A regular participant at Labelexpo Europe since 2009Convertech to launch Sureprint Excel Pro doctor bladesConvertech Equipment, an Indian manufacturer of doctor blades, will launch the Sureprint Excel Pro range at Labelexpo Europe 2015, which are said to make it possible to achieve low friction doctoring with longer running life. Sureprint is the brand name under which Convertech Equipment exports its doctor blades to several countries. Manufactured under ISO 9001:2008 certification, these doctor blades are available in many varieties and edge configurations.Dhruv Sanon of Convertech Equipment. Photo PSAStarted in 1993 and now in its second generation, Convertech has seen a lot of changes over the years and witnessed the Indian print industry evolve over the years. While speaking to Packaging South Asia, Rahul Sanon and Dhruv Sanon of Convertech Equipment said Convertech now offers smart solutions to its customers.

Other products Convertech Equipment will be showing on its stand in Hall 4 will include Sureprint HST and Sureprint Excel doctor blades for standard flexo and gravure printing applications as well as for coating applications. The company has been a regular participant since Labelexpo Europe since 2009.

Dhruv Sanon feels it is possible to achieve low friction doctoring with longer running life using these blades. Its superior characteristics eliminate issues of faster wear and tear when using metallic printing inks.

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