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Roland DG and Doro Tape get together at Retail Design Expo

Roland DG and Doro Tape get together at Retail Design Expo

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Roland DG will be sharing a stand with leading wide format consumables supplier and partner, Doro Tape UK when it exhibits at the inaugural Retail Design Expo, which will be held atLondon’s Olympia exhibition centre, on 10th – 11th March.

Visitors to the Roland DG/Doro Tape stand (Stand H1) will be able to see at first-hand Roland’s VersaCAMM VS-540i producing a wide range of applications for the retail design sector. The VS-540i, one of the latest additions to the VersaCAMM family, is part of a powerful, versatile and economical series of print & cut machines that also includes 30 and 64-inch models and offers a choice of five different ink configurations.

The VersaCAMM VS-i wide format print and cut machines facilitate the production of customised results across a wide spectrum of retail and design applications including signs, banners, posters, labels, decals, wallpapers, furnishings and textiles, interior décor, window graphics, POP displays fine art posters, floor graphics, point-of-sale displays and garment decoration.

The VS-i series uses Roland’s latesthigh-opacity ECO-SOL MAX2 inks, which are engineered to deliver excellent quality graphics with vibrant colours and sharp text and images. Users can also choose metallic or white inks to add an eye-catching edge and added value to any end product with Light Black ink improving grey scale gradations, natural skin tones and delivering the sharpest photographic images.

Commenting on the exhibition, Rob Goleniowski, Business Manager – Sign & Graphics, Roland DG, said: “The retail design sector is in a hugely transformative stage, driven in large part by advances in technology right across the industry. With its ability to cost-effectively print on to awide range of textiles and substrates, wide format technology is playing a key role in this transformation, giving designers, architects, retailers, visual merchandisers and shop fitters the power to be as creative, dynamic and innovative as they want to be.

He added: “However, many visitors to this show will still be unaware of the real potential of wide format technology and the extensive range of additional creative services and customised applications they are able offer their retail clients. As such, the Retail Design Expo is going to give us a prime opportunity to introduce both Roland and Doro Tape to an audience and industry we believe could harness and maximise all the potential wide format technologies have to offer.”

James Carpenter, Managing Director of Doro Tape UK,said: “I feel this is an exciting opportunity for us to promote our excellent range of decorative and printable films. Doro Tape already has a good foothold in the retail industry with a number of famous high street names using their films for shop design and POS purposes. Hopefully, the bright and colourful stand that we will be sharing with Roland DG will help to open many more eyes in the retail design sector to the huge possibilities of using printable and decorative films in conjunction with the Roland VersaCAMM VS-i print & cut machine.”

For further information on the exhibition,visit:www.retaildesignexpo.com,

For further information on the Roland VersaCAMM VS-i series, visit www.rolanddg.co.uk/VersaCAMMVSi

For further information on Doro Tape visit:www.dorotape.co.uk

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