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Grafica introducing one more revolutionary product – nano-prinTex

Hi Friends,

The week ahead is very exciting for me for two reasons. First, my regular 3-day workshop on advanced screen printing is starting from tomorrow (Feb- 2 to 4) which is houseful as per the latest update given by my team. This reflects the growing urge of printing professionals to  learn advanced screen printing techniques.

Secondly, 4th February is a ‘D’ day in the history of my company. You must have already read the curtain raiser news in the front page of January 2012 issue of Grafica News & last two issues of Screen Print India Magazine about the launch of much awaited ‘Direct to Garment’ Automatic Textile Screen Printing Machine – Grafica’s Nano PrinTex, this machines is indigenously designed and developed by our engineers. The machine is undergoing intense trials and testing and it will continue till its maiden appearance on 4th February.

Yes, preparations are going on at full swing for the launch of Grafica’s Nano-PrinTex. The industry is already overwhelmed after hearing the news of this development. This reflected from the kind of response we have been receiving since the day we sent out invitation to garment printers, exporters, my industry friends, suppliers, well wishers etc.  I just want to reproduce here below an interesting message received from my industry friend, Bharat and Tarun Sethia and his son Tejas of Tarun Printing Works, Mumbai. Tarun Printing Works has received several international awards in SGIA & FESPA and to me they are the best textile screen printing house. Here is the email message received from the Sethia brothers.

Dear Bhargav,

Firstly Congratulations!!!!! For the marvelous achievement of designing and launching India’s first Automatic Screen Printing Machine.

We came to know that you have designed an Automatic Screen Printing Machine which is the first if its kind Indian Machine.

We are very glad to hear this news as all the automatic screen printing machines used in India are being imported from other country and there is dire necessity of the machine manufactured by taking in view the requirement of Indian Screen Printing industry, and with this your effort, we strongly feel that that need will be fulfilled.

This we consider this as one of the biggest contribution to the Indian Screen Printing Industry by Grafica. This is an honour added to the Indian Screen Print Industry. Its level of both competence and excellence has been raised above the others in terms of technology also.

We are equally eager to see the performance of your machine which we have a inner feeling would be top rated and above all of the others since we have lot of expectations from you.

Once again heartiest congratulations to you and your team.

Tejas Bharat Shethia & Tarun D Shethia, Tarun Prints”

Yes, I know the garment industry has lot of expectation from Grafica’s Nano-PrinTex and I am sure with the best wishes of all my industry friends, customers, this machine will rock in the coming days.

Let me assure all garment printers and exporters, Grafica’s Nano-PrinTex is an import substitute option. And they can rest assured with our inhouse training facility and technical support.

I will back on soon with news,views and photographs of launching ceremony of Grafica’s Nano-PrinTex.

Till then have a nice week ahead.


  1. Kamlakar R. Wadekar
    February 2, 2012 at 10:44 am

    Great News my dear Bhargavbhai,
    You make us all feel proud to be INDIAN.
    Best Regards
    Kamlakar R. Wadekar
    Ace Printers


  2. February 2, 2012 at 10:51 am

    Best of Luck Bhargav Sir and entire Grafica, DMI team for the launching of NANO PRINTEX.


  3. Jinesh Shah
    February 6, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    All the best sir. May god bless you.


  4. Harpalsinh Kaathiya
    February 10, 2012 at 2:28 pm

    its great innovation in its class
    it looks very cute and i think its very capable also

    thanx for giving ur innovation NEWS


  5. February 14, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    at the first sight i felt in love


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