Monotech to display India-made VDP and security solutions

Labelexpo India Stands A5 and C28

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Monotech stand at Labelexpo India 2014. Photo PSA

Labelexpo india logo 1At Labelexpo India 2016, Monotech Systems will display its India-made variable data and security printer under the brand name Jetsci. Also on display will be its lineshaft press, Focus Proflex. The company has recently finished the first Focus Proflex installation in India at Glamod Techno Labels, Mumbai. Proflex SE flexo press is the latest offering from Focus Label Machinery, UK and was recently launched in Labelexpo Europe 2015. The new ‘SE’ open architecture print platform allows faster change-over and set-up of jobs with easy access for the operator to monitor all key elements like ink levels, impression pressures, register and drying systems. The press includes combination drying systems for labels, tickets and board, with IR, UV and UV LED including chill rolls for unsupported films. The new drop in cylinders ensures fast set-up and consistent quality printing throughout the press. The machine on display at the event will be a 6-color all UV Servo model with full UV and hot air/IR drying, cold foil and turn bar on rail, diecutting and easy loading features amongst others.

The company will also display the samples of various packaging labels printed on Labelmen Intermittent Offset Press. There was a recent association of Monotech Systems with Labelmen International to represent the intermittent offset and letterpress label presses in India.

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