There will be non-stop excitement in the Roland DGA booth at PRINTING United 2019, as the wide-format imaging leader will be showcasing 10 new products that have never been seen before at an SGIA event. Among the new introductions will be a revolutionary, high-volume printer addition to the Roland line-up, which will be unveiled for the first time at this show. In addition, Roland DGA will be hosting an awards ceremony by Keypoint Intelligence the first morning of the show, conducting live in-booth vehicle wrap demonstrations daily, and offering attendees the opportunity to create customized souvenirs.
PRINTING United attendees can see Roland’s new TrueVIS wide-format printer/cutters in action, including the award-winning VG2 series and value-packed SG2 series inkjets. Show-goers can also get a firsthand look at other new Roland products, such as the VersaUV LEF2 series flatbed UV printers, the VersaUV LEC2-300 UV printer/cutter, the VersaEXPRESS RF-640 8-Color printer, the Texart RT-640M multifunction dye-sublimation printer, and the VersaSTUDIO BT-12 – the company’s first direct-to-garment printer. Roland’s newest engraving devices – the LV series laser engravers and the DE-3 rotary engraver – will be on display as well.
“We are thrilled to be exhibiting at the very first PRINTING United, which will be even more eventful for Roland DGA due to all the innovative new products we are showing,” said Roland DGA President Andrew Oransky. “This show will attract users from many different industries – all looking for effective solutions for their specific applications. With our expanded line of products, Roland now offers an even broader selection of tools to help this diverse group of professionals build their respective businesses.”
Below are brief descriptions of the new Roland products attendees can see at PRINTING United 2019:
New TrueVIS VG2 Series Wide-Format Printer/Cutters
Engineered to exceed the quality and production needs of today’s most demanding professionals, the award-winning TrueVIS VG2 series offers everything you could want in a printer/cutter, including new inks and color modes for detailed color reproduction, increased print/cut accuracy, graphics durability certifications from leading media manufacturers, and more.
New TrueVIS SG2 Series Wide-Format Printer/Cutters
Roland’s next-generation SG2 series printer/cutters offer the superior color and cutting features you would expect to find in a top-of-the-line machine, without the high price tag. These affordable, versatile and reliable inkjets are perfectly designed to help new and growing print businesses increase their product offerings and their profits.
New VersaEXPRESS RF-640 8-Color Printer
Boasting the widest color gamut in its class, the new VersaEXPRESS RF-640 8-Color printer offers a whole new world of color reproduction and print quality. It’s uniquely designed to deliver higher impact, extremely durable graphics on a wide range of coated and uncoated media.
New VersaUV LEF2 Series Flatbed UV Printers
The new VersaUV LEF2-200 and LE2-300 flatbed printers build upon the VersaUV LEF series’ renowned ability to direct-print amazing full-color graphics and unique textures, including simulated embossing, onto virtually any substrate or object up to 3.94 inches thick. Several improvements, including new features that increase efficiency, convenience and reliability, make the next-generation LEF2 flatbeds unbeatable for a wide range of product personalization and customization applications.
New VersaUV LEC2-300 UV Printer/Cutter
With an all-new design that delivers improvements, the streamlined 30-inch VersaUV LEC2-300 UV printer/cutter includes the popular features of Roland’s original LEC-300, plus increased versatility, more vibrant color, and greater image detail – all for less than half the price.
New VersaSTUDIO BT-12 Direct-to-Garment Printer
The new compact, affordable VersaSTUDIO BT-12, Roland’s first direct-to-garment printer, makes printing directly on cotton apparel and accessories simple, efficient and cost-effective. With the BT-12, it’s easier than ever to print full-color graphics, including photos, logos and text, directly on T-shirts, tote-bags, interior décor items, and more.
New Texart RT-640M Multifunction Dye-Sublimation Printer
Roland’s new Texart RT-640M – an intelligent multifunction dye-sublimation printer – gives users the freedom to print directly onto coated polyester fabrics, or to sublimation transfer paper, using the same specially-formulated Texart SBL3 inks. It simplifies dye-sublimation product for soft signage with its direct-to-textile option, while maintaining the versatility of printing to transfer paper for creating sublimated apparel, décor, rigid signage, and hard goods.
New LV Series Laser Engraving Machines
Advanced and easy to operate, the multi-purpose LV series engravers employ state-of-the-art CO2 laser technology to cut-out, engrave or mark on hundreds of different materials with incredible ease and accuracy. Two different models are available, allowing users to choose the machine that best suits the size and thickness of the materials they’ll be working with. The LV series laser engravers are ideal for pairing with Roland’s VersaUV LEF and LEF2 flatbed UV printers for combined laser-cut and direct-print applications.
New DE-3 Rotary Engraver
The new DE-3 rotary engraver continues the legacy of Roland engraving, incorporating cutting-edge laser-pointing technology, ethernet connectivity, automatic depth regulation, and other enhancements for unsurpassed overall performance. Featuring several improvements for increased functionality, accuracy and easer of use, the DE-3 is perfect for a wide range of engraving applications ranging from signage and industrial nameplates to personalized awards and gifts.
To learn more about the new products Roland will be displaying at PRINTING United 2019, https://www.rolanddga.com/shows. For more information on the complete Roland DGA product line, visit https://www.rolanddga.com.
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