Kolorfusion Partners With Roland DGA To Offer Sublimation Inkjet System
Press release from the issuing company
SGIA/DPI Show DENVER--Sept. 11, 2003-- Kolorfusion International, Inc. today announced that it has entered a resellers agreement with Roland DGA to offer its customers a large format Roland Pro II inkjet printer using its new sublimation inks. The sublimation inks were developed and supplied by Hilord Chemical Corp.
"Roland large format printers are the 'workhorse of the industry,'" said Steve Nagel, President of Kolorfusion. "With our inks and new coatings, they will enable our customers to print digital images on a wide variety of substrates."
At the upcoming SGIA/DPI Show in Atlanta, Kolorfusion will exhibit the new large format sublimation printer in cooperation with Hilord Chemical and Roland DGA Corp. The show begins October 15, 2003. Kolorfusion will be at booth number 425.
"We are now introducing a complete sublimation printing system for producing customized images with superior coatings," said Nagel. "Surface finishing is now moving toward total customization, and our new digital dyes in combination with the proper printers and our new coatings will let manufacturers offer its customers any design, shape or type of surface. Our recent licensing of Polaris Industries for ATV's, Garrity Industries for flashlights and previous licenses with Moen, PSE, Sunrise Medical and others tell the surface industry that the Kolorfusion brand, products and patented technology are changing the look of products."
"We are excited about the new relationship with Kolorfusion and our large format printer line," Brian McLeod, Director of Marketing for Roland DGA. "The uniqueness of Kolorfusion's 3-dimensional surface finishing process technology is going to create vast opportunities for the digital print industry, and we welcome the opportunity to work with Kolorfusion and its growing customer base."
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