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Develop your Business with Roland DG at Newtech Durham

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Roland DG are pleased to announce their attendance at Newtech’s upcoming Wide Format, Screen, Digital & Display Show on Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th of June 2015, at the Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham. 

In response to hugely positive interest at the last Newtech show, the Partner Solutions Lightbar VS-640 will be in attendance once again as the star attraction; boasting vibrant, glossy print output that dries instantly and is hard wearing, Lightbar technology will appeal to businesses both large, small and anything in between. And of course, our crowd-pleasing VersaCAMM SPi will also be on display for those looking for an economical solution to 4-colour CMYK printing.

Making an appearance will be the ever-popular VersaSTUDIO BN-20, a fantastic machine for start-up businesses looking to leap into the print and cut market; whether you’re looking to produce t-shirts, stickers or decals, the versatile BN-20 can do it all.

For those more interested in Roland’s cutting technology, the CAMM-1 GS-24 is on the sharp edge of the market, cutting with ultimate precision and efficiency through even thick, dense substrates with ease. The production of decorated apparel, signage and specialty graphics is easier than ever and available for perusal at Newtech Durham.

For those looking for something a little different – and maybe even a bit magical – the VersaUV LEF-20 offers the best of both the personalisation and novelty worlds; efficient flatbed UV printing capable of personalising virtually any object, from pens to plates, trophies to tablet covers, coasters to canvases. The options for diversification are almost limitless with the superior UV technology the 20” flatbed uses.

Says Mathew Drake, Business Manager, Roland DG (UK) Ltd: “There’s nothing I like more than getting to meet new people and introducing them to the Roland brand. We have a fantastic range of printers right now which cover a wide range of money making applications. Speaking to Operators and Production Managers about their issues, plans for growth and discussing how we help them is what these events are all about. I hope to see them there.”

Roland DG will be running 1-2-1 sessions across the two days, with the aim to provide additional knowledge and advice to those interested in the machines. As an added incentive, the first twelve to attend sessions will be offered a free place on either the Roland Academy Introduction to Digital Print course or the brand new Print Finishing – A Laminating Masterclass course.

 

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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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