Roland to host Creative Centre Open Day
Roland DG has announced that it will be hosting a New Product Creative Centre Open Day at its Clevedon headquarters on Tuesday 23rd February from 8am-4pm.
Attendees will have an opportunity to see all of the newly launched Roland printers, learn all about the accompanying RIP software and enjoy a wide range of profit driving demonstrations.
The new equipment on display will include the LEF-300 desktop UV flatbed printer, the latest, largest and fastest printer from the successful VersaUV LEF desktop series, which can be used to personalise almost any item or substrate. It features a 770 x 330mm vacuum flatbed table for speedy object positioning and dual LED lamps for super-fast printing.
It will be accompanied by the XT-640, the latest addition to Roland’s Texart range of dye-sublimation technology, which combines a print speed of up to 63m2/h and a wide colour gamut, including orange and violet Texart inks, to deliver high productivity, excellentprint quality and reliability.
Visitors will also be able to see Roland DG’s latest SOLJET printer, the EJ-640 , which uses new EJ Ink supplied in one litre ink cartridges, available in either dual CMYK or CMYKLcLmLk configurations, to deliver economical running costs of below £1.00 per m/sq. A true high-production printer, the EJ640 can be used to provide stand-out quality graphics at high speeds.
In addition, Print Product Manager, Mark Elvidge will be on hand to demonstrate the workflow advantages of the new VersaWorks Dual RIP software that features both postscript and PDF RIP engines for superior file rendering, plus spot colour generation tools for quick and easy printing of white and gloss files. For Mac OSX users, Mark will also be demonstrating Rolandprintstudio, a RIP and print management software for use with Roland DG machines.
He will be ably assisted by Roland DG’s team of business managers, who will be available to demonstrate the efficacy of all of the new products, while Roland’s creative team will be hosting demonstrations and providing tips on file creation via the Roland DG AcademyVersaUV LEF Digital Print course. Visitors will also be able to experience the RolandCare support centre where the Roland DG Care team will be offering advice on machine maintenance and management.
Visitors will be encouraged to explore the Creative Centre, the inspirational hub of Roland DG UK, with its distinctive collection of creative works from top Roland artists and craftsmen from around the world. The objects on display include everything from surfboards to beer pumps and guitar wraps and mini motorcycles to custom-printed suits, Russian dolls and arcade machine wraps!
Roland DG is now accepting registrations for the event.
For further information and to register for a free of charge space, visit: http://www.rolanddg.co.uk/ccod2016/