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Roland DG set to inspire potential customers

Roland DG set to inspire potential customers

Roland DG will return to Sign & Digital UK 206 next week on Stand H30, where it will be joined by several Roland DG users who will be sharing their experiences of working with Roland DG technology.

Users will include the CEO of Mission Motorsport, James Cameron, who worked with Roland DG in an exclusive promotional partnership with Jaguar, which saw Mission Motorsport design and wrap five of Jaguar’s newest F-PACE sports cars.  Roland DG loanedMssion Motorsport a Roland DG VersaCAMM SP-540i from the VersaCAMM SP-i Series of printers and cutters to compete this project.

Offering outstanding value for money the VersaCAMM SP-i Series of integrated printer/cutters is easy to use, yet powerful enough for experienced professionals who have additional production requirements and thus the SP-540i played a vital role in the production of the F-PACE liveries and also helped Mission Motorsport to secure repeat business from Jaguar.

Also joining Roland DG’s knowledgeable sales and technical team will be Joe McNamara, Visual Branding Manager of the Renault Sport Formula One Team, who will be on hand to explain how Roland DG’s  Soljet Pro-4 XR-640, with its winning combination of speed, efficiency and versatility,facilitates the production of high quality, vibrant graphics, within tight deadlines and with no margin for error. Joe will also reveal why Roland DG technology forms an invaluable part of the Renault Sport Formula One Team working processes.

Long-time Roland DG user, ‘Big Pete’ Colman, the owner of Classic Print,who will complete the line-up of Roland users in attendance, will be sharinghis experiences of working with Roland technology since 1984, and, more recently with Roland’s new generation of eco-solvent inks,ECO-SOL MAX 3, which offer exceptional performance, fast drying times, a huge colour gamut and larger cartridges than previously.

Commenting on this user line-up, Brett Newman, Managing Director, at Roland DG (UK) said: “The Roland DG stand really is a must-see for all visitors to this year’s show, as they will be able to see our newest range of products and learn how they can be used to create a huge variety of applications, such as those that have already helped current Roland customers to improve their own business offerings.”

Taking place from 19th – 21st April,in Halls 17 and 18, at the NEC in Birmingham, Sign & Digital UK 2016 will see Roland DG participate alongside a host of its authorised dealers, all of whom will be showcasing the latest Roland technologies,including the TrueVIS VG-640, the VersaUV LEF-300 flatbed UV-LED printer, the newly launched Texart XT-640 high-speed dye-sublimation transfer printer and the new, economical, wide-format SOLJET EJ-640.

Attendees to the event will also be offered the opportunity to add the latest piece of industry technology to their business by entering Roland DG’s Scratch and Win prize draw, which will provide visitors with a chance to win a choice of the TrueVIS VG-640 print and cut device, or a SOLJET EJ-640 printer, as well as many other exciting prizes.

In addition, Roland DG will also be hosting a range of informative seminars and live product demonstrations that will take place daily across the three-day show. Delegates attending the demonstrations will be led through tailored sessions that will provide hints and tips on machine maintenance, together with daily live demonstrations on the TrueVIS VG-640 print and cut device.

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