Sandy Alexander Inc. is the first U.S. customer to purchase and install EFI’s new high-volume, 5-meter EFI VUTEk 5r LED roll-to-roll printer. The Clifton, N.J.-based integrated multi-channel communication solutions provider chose the superwide-format printer to add greater production capacity and redundancy in its growing wide-format division.
Roland DGA announced that its Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP and print management software is now available free of charge to customers of several additional existing printer models. Roland’s VersaWorks Dual RIP builds upon the intuitive, easy-to-use capabilities of Roland VersaWorks to provide high quality printing, while adding enhanced processing and editing functions.
Roland DGA's Born-to-Wrap workshops for 2017 have been announced. The classes, which take place at various locations throughout the country, are led by the vehicle wrap pros from Louisville, Ky.-based Digital EFX Wraps. Designed for wrap novices as well as established vehicle wrap business owners and technicians, Roland’s Born-to-Wrap workshops are perfect for those looking to take their skills and operations to the next level.
Roland DGA Corporation announced the addition of the VersaUV LEF-200 to its lineup of benchtop UV flatbed inkjet printers. Roland’s LEF-200 benchtop UV flatbed printer makes it simple to print rich color graphics directly onto a vast array of personalized consumer products and promotional items, including smartphone cases, pens, awards, giftware, plates and more.
Roland DGA Corporation has been named by The Orange County Register as one of Orange County’s “Top Workplaces.” This marks the seventh time that Orange County’s largest newspaper has recognized Roland DGA as a top workplace within the region. “Its a great honor to, once again, receive this kind of recognition, especially knowing that it comes from our employees,” said Andrew Oransky, president of Roland DGA.
In this latest PI Xchange, Jean Paul Nataf, CEO of City of Industry, Calif.-based Boss Litho, speaks candidly about how he's built a $20 million sheetfed offset printing business from scratch in five years, his philosophy of buying only new equipment (in excess of $12 million), as well as his views on extending credit to clients and the current state of the market. The Frenchman also describes how an American woman stole his heart many years ago, which ultimately led Nataf to immigrate to the U.S.