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GOGIA Print-o-Grafix focuses on LED
letters, LED blockouts, backlit di splays
and fabric frameless lightboxes

Boosting production with a new facility opened recently at Naraina in New Delhi

GOGIA Print-o-Grafix, under its brand Make My Signs, is now going more into production of premium arrays of LED letters, LED blockouts and backlit silicon edge (SEG) graphic fabrics for frameless lightbox display systems. Boosting its competency and overall production volume to a new level, the Pahar Ganj-based company has recently opened a new production facility at Naraina in New Delhi.


Amit Rai Gogia
The new Naraina facility of GOGIA Print-o-Grafix is equipped with a line of high-end machines—a Mimaki true flatbed, Docan hybrid (2x3m bed) RTR printer with 6 RICOH printheads, AXYZ Trident robotic CNC router with I-Cut camera and others. “With the opening of our new facility in Naraina, we are enhancing our Make My Signs products, specifically focusing on LED letters/channel letters/solid acrylic letters, LED blockout display signs and backlit SEG fabric for frameless lightboxes,” says Amit Rai Gogia of Make my Sign (GOGIA Print-o-Grafix).

“We produce custom-made metal or plastic letters used for exterior signage solutions on public and commercial buildings. The 3D sign element we produce is designed ideally for logos, letters and numbers easily noticeable and readable,” explains Amit Rai Gogia. Equipped at the company’s new production facility are an automatic aluminium channel letter bending machine, a stainless steel bending machine and a stainless steel laser wielding machine.

Make My Signs LED blockout display signs are highly applauded for clear visibility and long lastingness, because these products are manufactured using a line of ultra-modern printers/machines or cutting-edge technologies, and every piece is inspected thoroughly before it goes to the clients. In addition to the machines at the company’s new Naraina facility, GOGIA Print-o-Grafix boasts another line of printers/machines comprising five eco-solvents (Mimaki CJV300, JV300 & JV33 and EPSON 9900 & SureColour with dual printheads), two HP Latex L360 fabric printers, MTEK conveyer belt stitching machine and others.

Fabric is the future of the signage and graphic art industry, as the material has become a formidable alternative to the traditional flex. “Fabric has high light diffusion property; when the edges are sewn with silicon beading and stretched taut over an edgeless light box frame, the illuminated fabric displays the graphic with a smooth frameless look,” explains Amit Rai Gogia, adding that ‘backlit fabric’ applications allow for dense colour and text clarity. A strong team of around 60 professionals is behind the overall competency of GOGIA Print-o-Grafix. Of them, 25 are at the company’s newly opened Naraina facility. The clients of the company are based all over India, even in far-off cities like Mumbai and Kolkata.

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