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Roland DG And Apsom Infotex Launch "Business In A Box"

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New Delhi, India – Roland DG and Apsom Infotex bring together the ‘Business in a Box’ concept that presents the Corporate Gift Industry a simple solution: focusing on customisation, corporate gifting and novelties all in one. An all-in-one, one-stop  solution that now makes it easier to  plan and deliver on a business model, for both  new entrants and industry stalwarts.., Roland has leveraged  its years of experience and innovation to create the ideal solution to deliver personalised gifts, trophies, novelties,  keepsakes, mementos to discerning customers efficiently and effectively. With the package being designed for utmost convenience, Roland assures it at minimum cost where the complete package delivers innovation, coupled with great returns.
The remarkable VersaUV LEF-20, VersaSTUDIO BN-20 and Metaza MPX-90 will be of invaluable use to Stationary Suppliers / Distributors, Gift Retailers, Corporate Gift Suppliers, Export Merchants, and many more. 
To connect with prospective clientele, the three machines will be on display with eye-popping samples that showcase their versatility and creativity that users can deliver., Users can check how these will dovetail into their existing business and  produce flourishing results. . The whole idea of “Business in a Box”, is to ensure a steady future with the latest innovation and commodity the audience is looking for.  The focus lies at establishing a stop shop where sheer ideas on paper transform into great corporate gift items, personalised goods and much more.
The VersaUV LEF-20 which is a revolutionary desktop UV printer that has opened up a wide range of creative and personalized applications, enabling direct printing on endless variety of substrates and three-dimensional objects. The LEF-20 delivers high quality printing in CMYK plus specialty colours; white and gloss, using ECO-UV inks for premium special effects, with gloss and matte finishes, with three-dimensional and textural effects. Ideal for personalizing pens, golf balls, key chains and other promotional items. Its variable data printing allows one to individualize each item with names, photos and other custom design elements. Its low-heat LED curing system makes the LEF ideal for printing on electronic devices, including tablets and iPods. In addition to this, it can also print directly on gift items ranging from jewelry and accessories to photo frames, wedding favors, dishware and even fabric items such as leather wallets and purses. 
The VersaSTUDIO BN-20 offers an entry-level introduction to the world of wide format eco-solvent printing by providing integrated print-and-cut technology and white and metallic specialty inks within a compact desktop machine. The BN-20 will be on display and producing high-quality print-and-cut samples with heat-press finishing demonstrating how entrepreneurs can produce a wide variety of profit-driving products while benefiting from low investment and minimal set-up logistics. Popular applications include merchandising of t-shirts, caps, and POP displays. With Roland’s print-and-cut versatility, graphics can be die cut graphics in one seamless workflow for custom labels and decals, cell phone skins, laptop wraps and more.
The brilliance behind the concept is how one can add to the exsiting machinery and sculpt a business idea that can churn profit and attract more attention to the form it presents to the market.
The Metaza MPX-90 which is an impact engraver will be on display, demonstrating a range of unique customisation options on metal surfaces. Using the Roland Photo Marking System (RPMS), the MPX-90 has a durable diamond-tipped stylus which imprints by precisely striking a surface in high speeds to reproduce the most delicate gradations of your original design. The MPX-90 does not burn or remove material on impact resulting in a clean production process free of odour and debris. It can be used on a wide range of metal surfaces including harder metals such as iron, titanium, stainless steel, gold, silver and platinum, and additionally can be used to imprint resins and acrylics. Utilizing a head cap to allow for curved surfaces, the MPX-90 can personalize both flat and curved items like pens, cuff links and money clips.
The exhibit of all the three machines that conceptualizes the “Business in a Box” will be at Gifts World Expo, a 3 day event being held from 29th July to the 31st July 2016 at the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, India.

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