Roland DG will once more be attending Media Expo Delhi on the 29th of September to the 1st of October at Pragati Maidan, on Stand C67 in Hall 11.
As with previous years, the Roland DG stand, supported by Master Distributor for India, Apsom Infotex, will be filled with live demos and applications for businesses of all sizes and requirements.
With its first unveiling in India, the main draw the stand will be the TrueVIS VG-640/540, the latest generation of advanced wide-format, eco-solvent print-and-cut technology released under the TrueVIS brand name. Taking place on day 1 of Media Expo Delhi 2016, the grand unveiling will give attendees the chance for an exclusive first look at Roland DG’s latest series, and more importantly, the exceptional quality prints it produces. With regular live ‘product feature tours’ from Rob Goleniowski, Sales Support Manager for Roland DG UK, it’s sure to attract a crowd.
TrueVIS VG series printer/cutters are equipped with four new Roland DG FlexFire printheads for a higher firing frequency and accurate droplet placement in three sizes, and an approx. 25% wider print pass compared to previous Roland DG models. Also launched for use with the VG Series is a proprietary new ink, TrueVIS INK. An exciting advance in eco-solvent technology, TrueVIS INK offers exceptional dual CMYK or 7 colour (CMYKLcLmLk) output in 500cc pouches, for vibrant colours, fine details and smooth gradations. TrueVIS INK also meets strict environmental standards being awarded full GREENGUARD Gold certification.
Darren Penny, Head of Sales at Roland DG UK, says: “The combination of the new FlexFire technology and new TrueVIS INK – engineered specifically for the printheads – delivers stunning fine details and vibrant colours at a production speed of 10.6m2 per hour in High Quality mode on vinyl and up to 34.8m2 per hour on banner in dual CMYK ink configuration."
Also on the stand will be the SOLJET EJ-640, Roland DG’s latest and greatest eco-solvent printer, which has been making waves in the print industry for its low running costs, thanks to Roland DG’s economical EJ INK, and impressive production speeds. The EJ-640 allows businesses to unlock their full workflow potential, with the ability to produce up to 102m2 of media in just one hour.
Darren Penny, Head of Sales for Roland DG UK, continues: “Thanks to our latest advances in print technology, this Media Expo will be our best yet. We’re very excited to be launching a whole new range of print-and-cut machines at Media Expo for the first time in India, and there’s new technologies for all businesses; from those looking to enter the industry for the first time through to those who need that extra production power that lets them increase their businesses offerings even more.”
Alongside Roland DG’s eco-solvent print technology, the successful VersaUV range will also be returning to the show, in the form of the VersaUV LEF-300. Offering creative versatility, the LEF-300 delivers flatbed industrial production on a large 770 mm wide by 330 mm print bed. With white and gloss EcoUV inks and the Roland DG texture library providing 72 ready-to-use texture patterns, personalisation is easy and thanks to the almost unlimited range of compatible media applications the LEF-300 is sure to add an edge to any customisation-based workflow.
Joe Wigzell, Creative Centre and Roland DG Academy Manager for Roland DG UK, will be attending Media Expo and running live demonstrations on the VersaUV LEF-300 throughout the 3-day show. Visitors to the stand will be able to see for themselves the versatility and quality possible using Roland DG’s VersaUV technology.
Finally, also available on the stand will be the VersaEXPRESS RF-640A, a machine that has formed the staple for many print shops across India. Affordable and adaptable for many types of print production, it’s easy to see why the dual CMYK printer is so successful.
For more information on the products and services Roland DG offers in India, please visit rolanddg.co.in – and to find out more about Media Expo Delhi, and to register for the event, please click here.