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Roland DGA to Sponsor 2017 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off

Friday, September 22, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Irvine, Calif. – Wide-format digital imaging manufacturer Roland DGA will be an Emerald Sponsor of the 2017 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off (WFCT), reinforcing its position as a leading provider of cutters for window film and paint protection.  Taking place October 4-6 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, WFCT is the only event dedicated exclusively to the window film industry. 

Roland DGA will be providing two of its new CAMM-1 GR-420 large-format cutters for use by those participating in the “paint protection” competition at the WFCT, which will also feature automotive and architectural “tint-offs,” informative seminars, networking opportunities, and more. In addition, attendees will be able to check out the GR series cutters in action by visiting the Roland booth, 115, on the exhibition floor. 

“The WFCT will be a great venue for showcasing the recently launched GR series – our most advanced large-format cutters to date,” said Andrew Oransky, president of Roland DGA. “We’re confident that both the competitors and attendees will be equally impressed by the capabilities of these next-generation machines, which are the culmination of Roland’s 30 years of digital cutting technology.” 

The CAMM-1 GR series includes the 42-inch GR-420, the 54-inch GR-540 and the 64-inch GR-640 – all uniquely engineered to deliver best-in-class cutting quality and performance. Each model boasts an incredibly stable “L-shaped” integrated machine and stand design, cutting speeds of up to 58.5 inches/sec (1,485 mm/sec) and up to 600 gf of downforce, along with a host of other advanced productivity features.

 

 

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