PrintEx VIDEO: Roland brings new trio to show
PrintEx platinum sponsor Roland DG has brought three new products, launched just this year, to stand A28, along with a host of existing award-winning print solutions.
The company's platinum sponsorship of the show is part of a long-running tradition, according to Greg Stone, product marketing manager at Roland DG.
“It’s about supporting the industry and also making sure that we’re here to showcase our technology applications to the whole market,” he said.
The BT-12 direct-to-garment printer, the LEF2-200 benchtop UV printer, and the TrueVis VG2 series of printer-cutters feature on Roland DG’s stand, and all offer print businesses new opportunities, according to Stone.
“Visitors to the Roland DG stand can expect to see a comprehensive range of the company’s products and solutions on display, including three new products launched this year alone,” he said.
The BT-12 is Roland DG’s first direct-to-garment printer for cotton-based products, which Stone says is built for on-demand personalisation.
“Compact and easy-to-use, the BT-12 meets the ever-increasing demand from customers for personalised products, growing revenue opportunities for businesses,” he said.
Roland’s LEF series of UV flatbed printers has been popular among printers looking to diversify their offering, according to Stone, and the LEF2-200 is the latest entry in the range.
“The LEF2-200 prints amazing graphics and lifelike textures such as simulated embossing onto a vast array of materials up to 100mm thick,” he said. “A host of advanced functions such as a positioning jig, new VersaWorks 6 software and an intuitive interface make the LEF2-200 even easier and more efficient to use.”
Finally, the award-winning TrueVis VG2 series of printer-cutters improves upon the high standards of their predecessors, says Stone.
“With a new generation of TR2 ink that supports orange ink, the colour gamut has been expanded to create stunning graphics with richer colours.”
“The VG2 offers a host of technological advancements to improve both printing and cutting accuracy for reliable results during unattended operation,” he said.