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Roland Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAX Ink wins Viscom Best of 2010 Award

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Irvine, Calif. – Roland DGA Corp. has announced that the company's Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAX ink received the Best of 2010 Award at Viscom Frankfurt, held recently in Germany.  

The award follows several prestigious industry honors for Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAX ink including EDP and DPI awards.  It also recognizes the innovative technology behind VersaCAMM VS and SOLJET PRO III XC-540MT wide-format inkjet printer/cutters and Roland VersaWorks RIP software which together optimize the ink's performance across a wide range of media and applications.

"All of us at Roland are honored to receive this award," said Rick Scrimger, vice president and general manager of Roland DGA Corp.  "Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAX ink allows Roland customers to differentiate their businesses by adding dramatic effects and premium value to graphics.  Users can print thousands of metallic and pearlescent colors for custom signs, banners, photographic reproductions, window graphics, posters, POP, labels, decals, decorated apparel, vehicle graphics and wraps of all kinds."

Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAX ink is the industry's first metallic silver eco-solvent ink and produces metallic graphics previously only possible through screen printing, offset printing and hot stamping processes.  To meet a variety of business demands, Roland's metallic inkjet line includes 64," 54" and 42" VersaCAMM VS models and the 54" SOLJET XC-540MT.  VersaWorks RIP software is included in all models and features the Roland Metallic Color Library of 512 metallic spot colors.

 

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