Gallop Towards Wide Format Success at Wetherby Racecourse with Roland DG
Monday, September 29, 2014
Press release from the issuing company
Experience the breadth of wide format applications possible with Roland technology at this free-to-attend event, 30th September – 1st October 2014
Clevedon, UK - Roland DG (UK) will be using its attendance at Newtech Wetherby – the latest in the series of Wide Format Printing, Displays and Finishing roadshows - to demonstrate to visitors the extraordinary range of applications that can be produced using a Roland machine. The free-to-attend event, on Tuesday 30th September and Wednesday 1st October, will showcase two of Roland’s most popular wide format inkjet printer/cutters: the latest addition to the world’s bestselling print & cut family – the VersaCAMM VS-i series and powerful workhorse, the SOLJET PRO4 XR-640.
Says Rob Goleniowski, Sign and Graphics Business Manager at Roland DG UK: “The Wetherby show is the second in the series we have exhibited at this year. This time around, we are focusing heavily on applications, demonstrating to visitors just how versatile our portfolio of machines are and critically how they can be used to add profitable new revenue streams to their business.
“Every printer and sign maker needs to find a competitive edge to ensure they keep their customers interested, engaged and coming back time after time. Our versatile print and cut technologies offer an exhaustive range of high value applications, so users and their customers are only limited by their creative imagination – if they can think it they can probably produce it on a Roland DG integrated print & cut machine.”
“We’ll also be demonstrating to visitors how a new Roland could pay for itself in as little as 3 weeks!”
Offering CMYK as well as white and metallic ink printing, both the VersaCAMM VS-i series and the SOLJET PRO4 XR-640 provide printers and sign makers with the ultimate in high quality, flexible wide format printing across a variety of profitable outdoor and indoor applications. In addition to labels, signs and banners, users can quickly and efficiently produce contour-cut window, floor and exhibition graphics, vehicle graphics and wraps, retail point of sale displays, heat transfers for garment decoration and much more.
Roland’s integrated print & cut technology further enhances productivity by enabling the printing, repositioning and cutting of even the most complex and intricate graphics with great accuracy of detail and the highest quality finish – all on the same machine. This frees the operator up to get on with the next job and maximises their investment, as only one machine and one maintenance contract is required.
And, for those looking to print an even broader range of applications, Roland’s VersaUV LEF-20 desktop flatbed printer will also be in full demonstration mode throughout the two days of the show. Perfect as a short run, high value alternative to screen and pad printing, the LEF-20 prints onto virtually any object and any substrate up to 100mm thick, and can turn plain objects into highly profitable and highly personalised items - perfect for promotional and novelty goods, giftware, consumer items, industrial parts and packaging prototypes.
“All these machines offer flexibility without compromise,” continues Mr Goleniowski, “which is the key to ensuring our customers can enhance their product portfolio and add value and profit to their businesses. I’m looking forward to introducing customers from right across the north of England to Roland DG and discussing how we can work with them to transform and grow their businesses through investing in outstanding wide format technology.”
The Newtech Wide Format Printing, Displays and Finishing Show is free to attend. Other exhibitors include Action Illustrated, Deco Network, Dorotape, Goccopro 100, Mid West Displays, Mounter’s Mate, The Magic Touch, Ralawise, Resolute DTG, Ultima Displays, Wicked Printing Stuff.
For further information and registration visit http://www.co-opevents.com/event/wetherby-2014/
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