Zee Business on Business Street telecast a special program on the highs of UV LED on 17 January. CP Paul of APL Machinery and Vijay Adlakha of Infinity Advertising Services who were interviewed by the Zee Business team spoke about how LED technology is an energy saver and a faster curing process.
Paul said, “UV LED technology is a big boost to food packaging. The inks are food grade and low migration.” He added, UV LED printing is a huge revolution.
According to Adlakha, “UV is a plug and play technology. His printing press in Faridabad renders 130,000 sheets per day plus the technology is an energy saver and a faster curing process.”
APL Machinery is organising a second open house for LED UV at Infinity Advertising Services on 20 January 2016. This LED UV is fitted on a Komori sheetfed printing press and the length of LED UV lamp is 40 inches.
Faridabad-based APL Machinery is the Indian representative of the US-based manufacturer of UV and LED curing systems Air Motion Systems.
Siva Raja, vice-president (project & engineering), The Hindustan Times, Noida; Stephan J Metcalf, president and CEO, Air Motion System; Carsten Barledo, CEO, Air Motion Systems; Vinay Kaushal, director, Provin Technos and Prashant Atre, managing director, Toyo Ink Arets India will share their views on LED UV technology at the open house on 20 January.
The print production at Infinity is handled by its sister concern Printsmith. Engaged in a wide variety of commercial printing, the company’s product palette includes art books, magazines, coffee table books, brochures, catalogue, diaries, calendars and business cards.
Spread over an area of 1 lakh sq/ft, the firm is engaged in all printing activities from designing to post-production. Printsmith has its own designing facility with a professional team of designers and pre-press operators. Its post-press equipment includes high-end machines like Bobst folder-gluer, die-cutter, fluting machine, Heidelberg’s 32-pages Stahl folding machine and Welbound six-clamp perfect binding machine.
The printing solution provider, Printsmith has enhanced its capacity by investing in a Komori Spica sheetfed press at its Faridabad plant.
The new four-colour 25x37inch Komori, with auto plate changer (CPC) is an addition to the firm’s current plant list. It follows the company’s other installations which include 20x30inch four-colour Komori LA 437 and the 19x25inch Heidelberg two-colour offset machine.
“The Spica has a quick makeready. Its speed of printing up to 13,000 impressions in an hour improved firm’s productivity,” explained Vijay Adlakha, director, Infinity advertising services.
Spread over an area of 1 lakh sq/ft, the firm is engaged in all printing facilities from designing to post production. Printsmith has its own designing facility with a professional team of designers and pre-press operators. All post printing equipment including high-end machines like Bobst folder gluer, die cutter, fluting machine, Heidelberg’s 32-pages Stahl folding machine, Welbound six-clamp perfect binding machine operates in the firm’s shopfloor.
Printsmith is a sister concern of Infinity advertising services and is engaged in a wide variety of commercial printing. Their product palette includes art books, magazines, coffee table books, brochures, catalogue, diaries, calendars and business cards.