is leading manufacturer & exporter of converting machinary such as flexographic printing machine, rotogravure printing machine, laminating machine etc. and have more than 30 years of experience in the field of flexible packaging & printing industries. Our machines are next to none in quality and workmanship, and proven to be the most energy effecient machine. We have supplied a large number of machines in India and abroad. Our customers are a testimony to our relentless commitment towards excellent performance and backed by rarely required after sales service.which meets "the real sense of creativity".
Flexography (often abbreviated to flexo) is a form of printing process which generally utilizes a flexible relief plate. It is essentially a modern version of letterpress which can be used for printing on almost any type of substrate, including plastic, metallic films, cellophane and paper. It is widely used for printing on the non-porous substrates required for various types of food packaging (well suited for printing large areas of solid color).
We have a state-of-the-art infrastructure, well equipped with modern machines. The machines are constantly upgraded and checked to maintain its efficiency. Besides, we have a sophisticated lab, where the R&D constantly engages in research to offer better/innovative products. We have a huge inventory with stocks available throughout the year.
In 1890, the first such patented press was built in Liverpool, England by Bibby, Baron and Sons. The water-based ink smeared easily, leading
the device to be known as "Bibby's Folly". In the early 1900s, other European presses using rubber printing plates and aniline oil-based ink were
developed. This led to the process being called "aniline printing". By the 1920s, most presses were made in Germany.
Originally, flexographic printing was rudimentary in quality. Labels requiring high quality have generally been printed using the offset process until recently. Since 1990, great advances have been made to the quality of flexographic printing presses, printing plates and printing inks. The greatest advances in flexographic printing have been in the area of photopolymer printing plates, including improvements to the plate material and the method of plate creation. Laser-etched ceramic anilox rolls also play a part in the improvement of print quality. Full-color picture printing is now possible, and some of the finer presses available today, in combination with a skilled operator, allow quality that rivals the lithographic process. One ongoing improvement has been the increasing ability to reproduce highlight tonal values, thereby providing a workaround for the very high dot gain associated with flexographic printing.
In 1984, Gehlot Industries first introduced halftone photo printing used for a local election campaign and later on displayed halftone
photo print in International exhibition called PlastIndia in 1997 in New Delhi.
High quality services & products
We understand quality is imperative for customer satisfaction, thus we adhere to the international norms of quality. The entire manufacturing process is scrutinized at every level; from the designing, planning to the final production. The final product is ready to be deliver only after it has been subjected to multiple quality tests. We follow continual quality upgradation to ensure every product bearing our name displays reliability, quality and durability.
We have a strong and proficient team of engineers, designers and technocrats. The personnel have a vast industrial knowledge and expertise. In order to keep them abreast with the latest information and market requirements, we constantly organize training programs.
Commitment to customer satisfaction
We endeavor to offer 100% customer satisfaction to our widespread clientele. Our team of experts work in close association with the customers to understand their specific requirements and manufacture products in exact accordance. Further we assure expedite delivery.