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Roland partners with Color-Logic to demonstrate metallic silver ink

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

West Chester, OH - The Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System was recently chosen by Roland DGA for a technology demonstration of their SOLJET PRO III XC-540MT inkjet printer/cutter.  The printer/cutter features DPI award-winning Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAX ink, which creates striking metallic effects using Color-Logic software for wide-format posters, banners, vehicle wraps, and contour-cut labels.  The technology demonstration debuted at the International Sign Association (ISA) Expo in North America, and was shown at IPEX, in Birmingham, UK, on Stand 12-C140.

Announcing the cooperation with Color-Logic, Roland DGA Senior Product Manager Robert Ozankan said: "The XC-540MT printer/cutter demonstrates the virtually unlimited metallic effects which can be produced on a broad range of specialty media.  With this machine, inkjet printing has taken a giant step forward in print evolution.

At the ISA Expo, the Roland Creative Center gallery featured eye-catching decals and posters produced with Color-Logic technology.  IPEX attendees also viewed these images and explored the concept further on the Roland DG UK stand."

"We are extremely pleased that Roland DGA chose the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System to demonstrate the capability of their new wide-format metallic printer," said Mark Geeves, Color-Logic Sales and Marketing Director.  At the recent ISA show in Orlando, the XC-540MT produced metallic posters and decals which excited the crowd and drew many positive comments, and the IPEX technology demonstration was equally well-received."




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