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Roland DG announces the release of Rolandprintstudio v1.1

Monday, October 19, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

After the successful launch of Rolandprintstudio, Roland DG’s first exclusive Mac OS RIP, Roland DG now announce a new and exciting update to the software, making it even more inclusive and instrumental for the print industry.

The feature-packed solution promises to deliver so much more than just a RIP and is available for use with Roland printers, printer/cutters and standalone cutters*. Packed full of a whole host of time-saving and efficiency-creating features, yet offered at a highly affordable price, Rolandprintstudio enables Mac OS X users throughout the wide-format digital print market to quickly and easily manage the print production process.

With the release of v1.1 of Rolandprintstudios, the RIP software will be accessible to even more countries, with the installation guide and programme fully supporting 12 languages including English, French, Spanish, Hebrew, Russian and Czech; making the product even more convenient to Roland DG’s multinational market.

In addition, support for the new Mac OSX - v10.11 El Capitan – has been inbuilt into the software, allowing a smooth transition for end users who wish to update their current equipment. Alongside this, integration with Adobe’s latest PDF engine, APPE 3.7, enabled Rolandprintstudio to provide high level compliancy with PDF files, making the printing process simple for customers who choose to use PDF files.

In response to the launch of Roland DG’s new ECO-SOL MAX 3 inks range in Europe, Rolandprintstudio will host a full set of basic profiles, available from Roland DG’s profile center as of the 28th of September 2015. Much-desired drivers for the Texart RT-640 and VersaUV LEJ-640 (double white) have also been included in the v1.1 update, offering full inclusion for many Roland DG end users.

 

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