Grafica unveils Nano-PrinTex


– a direct-to-garment automatic textile screen printing machine

Well known leading manufacturer and exporter of screen printing machines and allied equipment, Grafica Flextronica recently unveiled Grafica’s Nano-PrinTex, a direct-to-garment automatic textile screen printing machine at its manufacturing facility in Vasai, about 50 km from Mumbai. The formal launch / live demo was witnessed by about 140 invitees, mainly from textile industry comprising printers, suppliers, media persons besides few other eminent personalities from printing industry.

The machine will be offered in 6, 8, 10 and 12 colours along with necessary Nano-irTex (IR dryer) and Nano-flashTex (a flash curing system). Nano-PrinTex, irTex, Nano-flashTex and Nano-Screen Maker 5-in-1 will also be offered as Nano-Premier League Tex (NPL-Tex) as complete garment screen printing solution. The salient features of Grafica’s Nano-PrinTex include: easy-to-print; no pneumatics and no hydraulics; power saver; maintenance free; micro processor with touch screen control; aluminum pressure die cast tables; easy to fix screen registration system; and mechanical indexing: hardened cams, guaranteed repetition accuracy. As per Grafica’s managing director Bhargav Mistry, “It is one more revolutionary product of Grafica, an ideal substitute for garment printers who are having manual set up with limited space.”

On the occasion, Bhargav also made a pictorial presentation on Grafica’s immediate past accomplishments, highlighting some of the landmark achievements of Grafica targeted to the overall progress of screen printing industry. Their recent offering included various machines, viz Nano Print, Nano Print plus, Nano UV, Nano Screen Maker 5-in-1, Nano Sharpener, and Nano-PrinTex, apart from opening of DMI institute in 2006. “With Grafica’s in-house training centre DMI Institute, garment printers can be assured of receiving regular technical support,” he said, announcing that DMI will conduct regular workshops on creative T-shirt screen printing in collaboration with international experts.

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