Monotech Systems launches multiple launches at Labelexpo India


New Delhi, Dec 07, 2016: Monotech Systems India’s leading provider of products and solutions for printing and packaging industry, launched multiple products not only from its own brand JETSCI made in India project but from the other principals Focus and Labelmen as well. This was the biggest ever participation of Monotech Systems in Labelexpo.

A variable data inkjet security printing with slitter rewinder and inspection system; a modular full colour inkjet printing solution; ultra-high speed & quality hybrid inkjet imprinting unit; and a personalized solution for cards were launched.

From the principal products company first time displayed Focus Proflex High Performance Servo Label Press live at the expo and introduced the Taiwan giant Labelmen to the Indian labels and packaging market.


The modular full color inkjet printing machine for label production can be integrated with an existing flexo printing press or finishing and converting machines. With a printing width of up to 330mm and top speed of 70m/min, it features an advanced RIP engine, CMYK process color, UV LED and lamp curable inks, as well as an option to have white, spot or security inks.

The variable data inkjet security printing, slitter rewinder and inspection system, with a web width of 350mm, can operate at a maximum speed of 150m/min. It offers multiple lane inkjet printing, features track and trace modules, UV curing system and static eliminator.

Monotech Systems also launched the JETSCI X1 and X2 series of hybrid inkjet imprinting units that can be retrofitted to any converting, conventional printing press of high speed and quality requirements. With Fujifilm Dimatix Samba printheads that offer a resolution of 1200dpi, the inkjet unit prints at speed of up to 300m/min. The unit can print with both water-based inks as well as UV-curable inks. The inkjet imprinting station is targeted at printing barcodes, 1D, 2D and QR codes or logical and sequential numbers, variable images, custom fonts and symbols, micro text and security features, full or part page variable features as well as multi-color printing.

The company also showcased the personalization machine for printing plastic and PVC cards. It is equipped with K-series inkjet printheads. This particular solution could print VDP on plastic cards in one color at high quality and speeds; and also it can be further upgraded to full color printing. The cards can be printed at the speed of up to 6500 cards per hour.

From flexo and offset label printing the Focus Proflex which was live is a modular printing press which is available with Servo drive technology (Se version) or line shaft (e Version). The new drop in Cylinders ensure fast set up and consistent quality throughout the press speed. It can be further offered of options for specialized production applications from unsupported films through to small cartons.


Labelmen is specialized in manufacturing of Rotary Letter Press, Offset Press, Die-Cutting and Letter Press. According to short-run printing with high variety and cost down requirements. Labelmen designs with more humane technology such as CNC One Touch Make-Ready Design, Ani-Print Inking System and Remote Monitoring and Diagnosing which can truly meet customers’ printing requirements. Now a days, Labelmen has become a trademark of professional label press worldwide.

T P Jain, managing director of Monotech Systems, said: 'We have a strong presence in inkjet, labels and packaging. With more than 70 installations across India, Africa and the Middle East, we provide machines and integrated system to our customers that are manufactured in-house under brand name, JETSCI. I believe this is a mass platform to launch and excel our Made in India products as well as other products from our international partners, which have been well accepted and appreciated by the customers in the Indian market. So far the show has been good for us and we have received very positive and exciting response from the market.'

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