Avery Dennison Easy Apply featured in the Roland Restyling Solution
Press release from the issuing company
(Painesville, OH) October 6, 2008 – Avery Dennison Graphics & Reflective Products Division announced today that its Easy Apply RS Technology – popular with vehicle wrap installers – will be featured in the Roland Restyling Solution, the newest addition to Roland's award-winning media line.
"We are excited to bring our new Roland Restyling Solution featuring Avery Dennison Easy Apply RS Technology to the vehicle wrap market," said Rick Scrimger, vice president and general manager for Roland DGA Corp. "We tested, certified and profiled the Roland Premium Wrap Vinyl featuring Avery Dennison Easy Apply RS Technology with Roland printers and inks and it meets the highest standards for imaging, performance and durability."
The Roland Restyling Solution supports Roland's entire line-up of eco-solvent and solvent inkjets including the new VersaArt RS series as well as the popular SOLJET and VersaCAMM models.
"Avery Dennison Easy Apply RS products are very popular with vehicle graphics installers because they look great and are easy to use – a perfect fit for Roland's approach of bringing together complete application solutions of the highest quality," said Lance Hutt, Global Product Manager for Digital Products, Avery Dennison Graphics & Reflective Products Division. "We are pleased that Roland has chosen our Easy Apply RS Technology for the new Roland Restyling Solution."
Easy Apply RS Technology makes wraps easier to install. Installers can drape the vinyl over the vehicle and position it. If it's not exactly where the installer wants it, they can slide it to where they want it to be and reposition. Air bubbles and wrinkles aren't a problem because of the Easy Apply RS air egress channels.
Competitively priced, the Roland Restyling Solution is available immediately through Roland Authorized Dealers. For more information, visit www.rolanddga.com.
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