Grafica News - Sep 2010
Before NANO-PRINT manual screen printing was like a hell
Yakhi Ch Swarg' in Garhwali language (the language of Uttaranchal) means 'paradise is here'. R.K. Rawat, Partner of Noida based Print-Pack (India), who has produced and directed the film 'Yakhi Ch Swarg' on Uttaranchal state says that automation in screen printing is like a paradise which can bring some good moolah to printers if exploited fully. That's why he decided to buy Grafica's Nano-Print to produce high quality industrial labels. “Earlier we used to print manually and it was like a hell!”
““I liked the very idea behind creating this most compact machine. I am happy with its quality of printing, and productivity has also increased. Also, the rejection level has been reduced drastically.”
Print-Pack (India) is also into offset printing and corrugated box manufacturing having two units in Noida and Uttaranchal.