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Roland DGA to Showcase its Latest Technologies at FESPA Mexico 2017 

Friday, September 08, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Wide-Format Digital Printing Leader to Also Feature Live, In-Booth Vehicle Wrap Demos Daily

Irvine, Calif. – Roland DGA, a leading provider of wide-format printers, rapid prototyping 3D milling machines and other innovative digital devices, will be showcasing its latest technologies at FESPA Mexico 2017, September 21-23 at Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City. The largest exhibition for the print and signage  industry in Mexico and Central America, FESPA Mexico attracts thousands of attendees from throughout the region. 

Visitors to booth J28 at FESPA Mexico can check out the impressive capabilities of Roland’s TrueVIS™ VG and TrueVIS SG wide-format eco-solvent printer/cutters – the company’s most advanced to date, as well as newly updated VersaUV® LEF series benchtop UV printers, new CAMM-1 GR series large-format cutters, Texart™ series dye-sublimation printers, and popular inkjets from the SOLJET®, VersaEXPRESS™ and VersaStudio® families. Roland will also be partnering with leading media manufacturer General Formulations to conduct three live vehicle wrap demonstrations daily. These in-booth demos will feature renowned wrap installer Rafael Munoz Morales, Director at Prodigyo Imagen Visual, and Roland’s state-of-the-art  SOLJET® Pro 4 XR-640 wide-format printer/cutter. Munoz has won several international vehicle wrapping titles. Last year, at FESPA Mexico 2016, he was named the best installer in the industry by HEXIS, a major manufacturer of self-adhesive films for visual communication, object customization and surface protection. 

“Attendees are in for a real treat at this year’s show,” said Andrew Oransky President at Roland DGA. “In addition to getting a firsthand look at our newest and most popular devices, they’ll have the opportunity to watch an award-winning installer work his vehicle wrap magic. They’ll also be able to pick up valuable tips, and see for themselves why Roland is the best choice when it comes to color quality, speed, reliability and low running costs for wrap projects and other applications.”

 

 

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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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