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Roland DG: Zoning In On Innovation and Profit-Making Opportunities at FESPA 2015

Friday, May 01, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Roland DG is inviting visitors to this year’s FESPA, Cologne to ‘get into the zone’ and discover a wealth of profitable print solutions and innovative applications. The Roland DG stand (Booth Q15, Hall 6), will be divided into technology zones and packed with an extraordinary range of products and samples designed to surprise, excite and inspire.

In the Print & Cut Zone discover for yourself the impressive return on investment offered by our integrated print & cut devices. Roland will showcase the high-performance versatility and reliability of the SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640 and the ever-popular VersaCAMM VS-i and VersaCAMM SP-i series. For further inspiration and ideas on how print & cut could transform your business, come to the booth to request your copy of Roland’s NEW Print & Cut Applications Guide which is full of creative applications to help your business stand out from the crowd.

The Print Zone will feature the recently launched 64” VersaEXPRESS RF-640 printer and Roland’s flagship print-only device, the SOLJET PRO 4 XF-640 – Roland’s fastest printer, capable of printing at speeds of up to 102m²/hr.

Budding entrepreneurs should head for the Customisation Zone which will be full of exciting new applications and innovative samples; guaranteed inspiration for anyone looking to diversify their business. Known as the “magical machine”, the VersaUV LEF-20 desktop flatbed prints directly onto most substrates up to 100mm thick to transform a vast range of ordinary objects into profitable, personalised items. Plus, with 3D printing such a hot topic, Roland’s monoFab ARM-10 3D printer and SRM-20 3D milling machine are sure to generate a buzz.

Visitors interested in finding out more about the outstanding durability of Roland’s ECO-UV ink technology should head for the UV Zone. Here they will find Roland DG’s UV powerhouse, the VersaUV LEJ-640F flatbed printer which is capable of printing on roll and rigid substrates. This offers printers and sign makers real flexibility to produce a vast range of creative, high quality and profitable applications, including POS displays, packaging prototypes and outdoor and indoor signage.

Taking pride of place in the Sublimation Zone will be the recently launched Texart RT-640 dye sublimation printer and CS-64 calender unit. In combination, these machines offer a simple and affordable dye sublimation print to finish solution, ideal for those looking to diversify into dye sublimation as well as the more seasoned sublimation professional.  With the popularity and commercial potential of soft signage and textile printing increasing, visitors will be able to see first-hand the range of applications possible with the Texart series and a superb display of samples, including sportswear and sports equipment, fashion and apparel, gadgets and merchandising, soft signage and interior applications. Don’t forget to ask for your copy of Roland’s NEW Dye Sublimation
Guide; an introduction to dye sublimation and the commercial opportunities that wide format presents.

Roland DG invites all FESPA 2015 visitors to ‘get into the zone’ on Booth Q15, Hall 6; a hub of creativity, innovation, profitable high performance and more than a few surprises. This starts with Roland user and renowned magician, James Anthony, who will not only be sharing how Roland technology has helped him to develop his successful business, Print By Magic, but also astounding visitors with amazing tricks and illusions.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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