Vinsak to showcase DIGI – Jet wide format digital printing system at PlastIndia

PlastIndia – 1 to 5 February 2023 in New Delhi

The DIGI - Jet Wide Format Digital Printing System. Photo Vinsak

Vinsak, a provider of digital printing solutions to the printing and packaging industry, is launching the DIGI – Jet Wide Format Digital Printing System at PlastIndia 2023 show in Delhi.

The 11th edition of the International Plastics Exhibition, Conference, and convention will take place from 1 to 5 February 2023, at the newly revamped Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

Vinsak Digi-Jet 1000 is said to offer high printing speed, high quality results and the highest level of performance and production. The system can print in quality variable data matrix, QR codes, barcodes, texts, numbers, marking applications. This is the ideal solution for creating “connected packaging “which the brands are demanding today, according to the company’s press release. 

UV Low Migration Inks enable jobs for food applications to be carried out. Low migration inks allow the work to be printed on all surfaces and on previously printed material as well. Under special request, the system can also be created with water based ink jets systems which offer direct food contact as well.

In addition to this product launch, Vinsak will showcase its entire range of solutions for printing of short run flexible packaging as well as brand protection solutions. 

“The customer is constantly evolving. With the Vinsak team across markets in India, Middle East, and Africa, we are constantly looking for new technical solutions that we can bring to our convertor customers, and then with our excellent design team, we are able to execute and manufacture it. Packaging is the future and printers should surely look for niche solutions that they can create for their packaging,” says Ranesh Bajaj, director, Vinsak.

Visit Hall No.11 H, Stand No. B-3-A to know more about Vinsak’s Technology.

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