An ISO 9001-2000 company and a pioneer in garment/textile printing machinery, Cheran works with a strong commitment to quality and has built strong brands recognized for innovation, user friendly features and superior performance.
Already having a feel of customer needs in the competitive garment sector, Cheran has launched the first indigenously manufactured automatic screen-printing machine in India at the GTE. The machine is a hit with their already existing customers down south and the display of the same at the GTE was with the intent of showcasing the machine to the prospective clients in north India.
The automatic textile-printing machine, called the ‘Sprint Rover’, offers a computerized control panel with a feather touch screen for easy navigation and programming. Print start and finish can be performed both automatically and manually with the operator being given the option to select a multi print stroke. The machine offers a print area of 40X50 cm with the choice of adjustable rear screen holders to accommodate a wide variety of screen sizes. The squeegees/flood bars are pneumatically operated, using pressurized air to affect the motion. The machine also offers independent adjustment of the squeegee speed.
Talking to Stitchworld, Mohan Anand, MD Cheran said that the machine had received an excellent response at the Expo and they had managed to book some orders too. He further added that their intent was to take back with them as much feed back as possible so as to make the required modifications at the very beginning and then start with mass production so that they could offer maximum product satisfaction to their customers.