Emerging Graphics to show its range of products at Printpack 2019

Hall 1, Booth A11

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Digital cutter from Emerging Graphics

Established in 2013, Emerging Graphics offers complete prepress solutions to its customers. The company is one of the participants of the upcoming Printpack India 2019 that is to be held at Greater Noida Expo Centre from 1 to 6 February.

It’s core business in prepress segment includes solutions for folding cartons, corrugated, POP/POS and die making. Emerging Graphics says that it promotes digital cutting system from IECHO and paper embossing machines from XinXin machinery, both companies are from China.

At the Printpack 2019, Emerging Graphics will display IECHO BK1311 digital cutter. The digital cutter machine can be used for cutting a wide variety of materials. The machine can cut paper, corrugated. Acrylic, honeycomb, blankets, foam, leather, textile, etc.

The company claims that paper embossing machines from China can create micro and embossed effects on paper with over 1000 patterns and runs at 5000 sheets an hour. It will also provide live demonstrations of its software products including EngView CAD Software, PaSharp Graphic software, and SuperLine Security software. EngView is a CAD software from Bulgaria which has over 100 installations in India. It is awarded by the European Association for ease of use and shortest learning curve. The company will also host catalog show for the embossing machines. Emerging Graphics says, through the show, it expects to generate good number of leads and awareness to the market. It expects to sell at least 5 machines during the course of the show.

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