Caldron on ‘Make in India’ mission to venture into manufacturing
Three new printers to be launched at Sign India 2023 New Delhi
After exiting from its HP Latex business, Caldron Graphics is now fully geared up to focus on the ‘Make in India’ mission for manufacturing new lines of printers and equipments as well as consumables with the setting up of a manufacturing facility.
At the New Delhi edition of Sign India 2023, which is scheduled on August 18–20 at Pragati Maidan, Caldron Graphics will use this expo as a launch pad to introduce three new products, viz. Caldron Macan UVDTF-310, Caldron Q1 X3-160, and Caldron CJ-300-200.
Caldron Macan UVDTF-310: Equipped with EPSON XP600 printheads (180 nozzles x 6 channels), Caldron Macan UVDTF-310 boasts advanced features and competency. This UV DTF printer is designed with new capping system and it adopts mute guide rails for high precision and smooth operation to ensure perfect quality graphic outputs. Using the UV ink, it can run at the high speed mode of 2.5 sq m/hr to produce premium graphics in 310mm media width.
Caldron Q1 X3-160: Robustly designed for diverse range of applications such as banner, vinyl, outdoor materials (photo paper/PP/backlit film), newly introduced Caldron Q1 X3-160 is an advanced and versatile printer. It’s equipped with EPSON i3200 printheads (3.8 pL to 9.2 pL variable ink drop size, 1440 dpi). Caldron Q1 X3-160 is capable to run at the speed of 25 sq m/hr (4 pass) to produce crispy graphics in 720×720 dpi resolution.
Caldron CJ 300-200: Caldron CJ 300-200 is a high-quality solvent printer equipped with a couple of EPSON I 3200 printheads. Manufactured with the technical support and expertise from a team of Japanese engineers, this newly developed Caldron printer features best of parts and accessories. It’s engineered for high-quality print outputs deliverable at the speed of 400 sq ft/hr. Graphics produced on the Caldron CJ 300-200 have the outdoor guarantee of 18-24 months.
Rajat Mitra, MD, Caldron Graphics, mentions that they no longer in line with the dealership business, so is why the company quits the HP Latex business and switched to manufacturing venture. Since its inception in the year 1992, Caldron Graphics has the ‘mission’ to provide the signage industry with the best machines and the ‘vision’ to transform the market with faster and better products.