Hamamatsu, Japan, May 23, 2016 – Roland DG Corporation, a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers, has announced that the company will be exhibiting at DRUPA 2016 to be held in Düsseldorf, Germany from May 31 to June 10, 2016.
Roland DG will be showcasing the very latest in its impressive range of durable wide format, UV-LED inkjet and digital sublimation print solutions and demonstrating the technology's incredible profit-making potential. It will be a voyage of discovery for visitors to the Roland DG booth (Hall 9, Booth E04-1) as they explore the exciting new digital print opportunities offered by the world's number one seller of wide format printers for the durable graphics market*.
Gillian Montanaro, Head of Marketing, Roland DG EMEA, said, "While Roland DG is a global brand we appreciate that there are many print service providers and commercial printers who are yet to discover the benefits our technology can bring to their businesses. At DRUPA we are really looking forward to introducing our devices, inks and software and explaining how cost-effectively and easily commercial print business owners can use a Roland DG device to expand the range of products and services they offer to their existing customers and to target profitable new markets."
In the spotlight will be the latest addition to Roland DG's portfolio of market-leading eco-solvent integrated printer/cutters; the TrueVIS VG Series. Available in 64" and 54" widths, the VG Series is the culmination of Roland DG's many years of expertise and market leadership in the field of integrated print & cut technology, combined with a host of new enhancements. These include four newly developed Roland DG FlexFire print heads to deliver precise, high quality print at production speeds and new GREENGUARD Gold certified TrueVIS INK which works in synergy with the print heads to optimize output. New powerful and advanced cutting technology delivers increased downforce, accuracy and compatibility with a wide range of media. To enhance the user experience, LED lighting illuminates the print and maintenance areas and the wireless Roland DG Mobile Panel enables full remote printer management from the user's existing iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. The new included VersaWorks Dual RIP software is incredibly user-friendly and offers a range of new features to optimize the efficiency and quality of production.
With the TrueVIS VG, print businesses can offer customers a host of durable, quality products for outdoor and indoor use, including signs, banners, graphics for walls, windows and vehicles, stickers and decals, customized clothing and much more.
For those interested in print-only devices, Roland DG's new 64" SOLJET EJ-640 eco-solvent printer has been designed with cost-efficient and high-performance productivity in mind. With dual staggered print heads, an integrated tri-heater system and strong chassis, the EJ-640 is built for optimum performance for businesses working on high-volume output.
The Roland DG team will also be running live demonstrations on the new VersaUV LEF-300 LED UV inkjet printer; the largest and most productive of its popular VersaUV series of direct object printers. The LEF-300 takes the digital customization of merchandise and promotional print products to a whole new level of productivity, transforming an incredible range of ordinary objects into high-profit personalized items: from mobile phone covers and USB sticks to pens, golf balls and much more.
For print businesses considering diversifying into textile applications such as soft signage, sportswear, apparel, interior decoration or promotional merchandise, Roland DG's Texart XT-640 dye-sublimation transfer printer is the ideal solution. The XT-640 and a host of sample textile applications will be on the booth for visitors to explore.
Free copies of Roland DG's new guide; "Discover Digital Print Opportunities" will be available for entrepreneurial businesses interested in discovering some of the considerable commercial benefits offered by digital wide format, UV-LED and sublimation print technology.
"In an increasingly competitive environment we appreciate how important it is for print businesses to find new ways to differentiate themselves from their competitors. Our aim is to provide customers with the advice, training, support and of course, reliable high-performance technology to help them succeed in this," Montanaro said. "At DRUPA," she continued, "our friendly and experienced team will be on-hand to answer any questions customers may have and to help them discover the best solutions for their business. We'll be running 'live' device demonstrations to highlight how user-friendly and efficient our technology is, and we'll showcase a fantastic variety of innovative samples to show just some of the profit-making applications which are possible. Whether you are an existing Roland DG customer or are considering a move into digital, we look forward to welcoming you to our booth and helping you to discover the incredible versatility, durability and revenue-generating potential of our technology."
DRUPA takes place from May 31 to June 10, 2016, Messe Düsseldorf
To purchase your ticket for DRUPA 2016, visit www.rolanddg.eu/DRUPA2016
Roland DG Booth: Hall 9, Booth E04-1
*Source: InfoTrends 2015 Quarterly Wide-Format Tracking Shipping report