Monotech Systems installs India’s first GCC multi-purpose UV Flatbed at photo print expert PRO LAB.
Monotech Systems has installed India’s first GCC JF-240UV multi-purpose UV flatbed printer at Bengaluru based PRO LAB which has a proud history of innovative photo printing and photo book making services.
PRO LAB was founded in 2006 by Mr. Naveen Kumar. The company is known for creating world class photo products like photo prints in all sizes (4×6 to 44’x100’), photo books on both traditional silver halide printers & latest offset digital printers with HD quality, album box presentations, decorative canvas, fine art prints and many innovative photo gift products available online.
“We have been providing services to professional wedding photographers with highest quality printing and customer service for nearly 12 years. We are committed to bring innovation and provide value added products that uniquely stand out. GCC is a unique quality machine. We are delivering the unique experience to our customers – like, by putting texture and various special effects on the album hard covers to make them uniquely attractive. This Machine is just brilliant and delivers our motto “Where Quality Matters”. We are confident that we will be able to create wonderful applications with this machine which is a highly capable machine,” says Naveen Kumar, Founder, PRO LAB.
The innovative Taiwan Excellence award winner GCC JF-240UV Flatbed Printer comes with high throughput, standard dual-UV LED lamps, 1 litre bulk ink, four colours CMYK and optional Varnish and White colour that offer outstanding printing quality, texture effects and more for short runs and on-demand printing. With applications to a maximum of 30 cm tall object and 50×60 cm print area, it eliminates the limitation of printing. It also offers the flexibility of creating an extensive range of applications including multi-layer printing, EZRotary, replica painting, membrane switch panel, PVC card, ADA sign and many more.
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