Roland DG offers TrueVIS VG2 discovery workshops
Roland DG will provide visitors to FESPA 2019 with a must-have opportunity to access an interactive experience with the new Roland TrueVIS VG2 printer/cutter in a series of workshops.
According to Roland, the TrueVIS VG2-640 and VG2-540 models set a new industry standard in colour quality, efficiency, versatility and cutting accuracy, all at a remarkably affordable price point.
Held across the four days of the FESPA Global Print Expo, which takes place from May 14th-17th 2019 in Munich, the TrueVIS VG2 workshops will be hosted by Nadia Plomp, Product Specialist at Roland DG Benelux. Nadia has years of experience supporting Roland dealers in finding the best solution for each customer’s specific applications, no matter how complex, thus making her knowledge invaluable for anyone looking for a system to solve their own print-room problems.
She commented: “Our theme at FESPA is ‘What Matters To You Inspires What We Do’, reflecting the continuous attention we paid to industry feedback, which enabled us to perfect what we believe to be the most accurate, high-performance printer/cutter available on the market today – the TrueVIS VG2.
“There are more than 40 fantastic enhancements on the established award-winning TrueVIS VG series, including excellent print-and-cut quality and the brightest colours imaginable. We’re really proud of this new device, it is the result of a great deal of research, effort and time, and we would like to invite everyone to attend one of our workshops and see it for themselves”.
TrueVIS VG2 workshops will be held every day of the show on the Roland DG stand, (Stand H10, Hall B5) taking place at 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm at the TrueVIS VG2 Discovery Zone and last just 20 minutes, during which time visitors will be able to experience a live demonstration, see samples of the wide range of compatible media, and learn more about the wide variety of breadth of profitable applications, ranging from indoor and outdoor advertising, vehicle graphics, banners, posters and displays, labels and decals, packaging prototypes, apparel heat transfers and more, than can be achieved with the printer.
For further information on Roland’s TrueVIS VG2, visit: www.rolanddg.co.uk/products/printers/truevis-vg2-series-printer-cutters.