Roland DG have announced their attendance at Newtech’s final event of 2015, based in Kennington, London, on the 24th-25th of November. Bringing a full arsenal of technology, including print, print-and-cut, textile and engraving, Roland DG plan to end their events calendar for 2015 with a bang.
In line with the successful trade-in campaign launched in October, Roland DG’s print experts will be on hand to talk interested parties through the powerful technology available as part of the deal, with the VersaCAMM VS-300i on the stand for those who want to know more before they take the leap into new technology, and an ideal choice for businesses, new or veteran.
In response to the massive interest in textile print and finishing, Roland DG’s Texart RT-640 dye sublimation printer will be available for live demonstration, and offer attendees a chance to see why textile printing is the next big thing for the industry, with vibrant colours and fantastic prints a must.
For those more interested in working with metals, the versatile Metaza MPX-90 impact engraver offers great opportunities for the production of stunning personalised pieces for giftware as well as crisp, clear text and imagery to create perfect results in anything from watch backs to socket sets.
For those interested in customisation and personalisation, the VersaUV LEF-20 offers near-infinite possibilities for product creation, ideal for giftware and merchandising. With quick and easy direct-to-substrate printing that offers a creative, versatile edge to any company, the LEF-20 is an excellent solution for providing bespoke solutions on a fast turnaround.
The VersaSTUDIO BN-20 and VersaCAMM GS-24 will be rounding off the stand, offering the ideal solution for small businesses where space is at a premium but quality and reliability is equally as important; with the BN-20 and GS-24 offering new businesses a foot onto the ladder of print and cut and cut without sacrificing excellence in execution.
Finally, Roland DG’s experts will be on hand to run mini-clinics, offering but new and veteran end users the chance to discuss ideas, interests and inspirations with the company who make, sell and maintain their machines.
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