Monotech Systems launches foiling solution PixelFoil at Pamex 2023
Tej Prakash Jain, managing director of Monotech Systems with PixelFoil Photo: PSA

Monotech Systems, a leading solutions provider for the printing and packaging industry, officially launched PixelFoil — a foiling solution designed specifically for screen printers – at its stand in Pamex 2023 in Mumbai.

“We are thrilled to introduce PixelFoil to the screen printing industry,” said Tej Prakash Jain, managing director of Monotech Systems. “With its advanced technology and user-friendly interface, PixelFoil is a game-changer for screen printers who want to add foiling effects to their designs. We believe that PixelFoil will help our customers unlock new levels of creativity and achieve their business goals.”

PixelFoil can produce foiling effects on a wide range of substrates, including paper and plastic. With its user-friendly interface and advanced technology, PixelFoil makes it easy for screen printers to create high-quality foiling effects quickly and efficiently.

One of the key features of PixelFoil is its ability to create variable data foiling effects. This means screen printers can easily produce personalized and customized foiled designs for their clients, which is a valuable advantage in today’s competitive printing market.

Commenting on the competition from global players in the embellishment space, Jain said that the embellishment market has been growing and is expected to grow in the near future as well and there is space for many players.

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