Roland DG (UK) is using its attendance at the Wide Format, Screen, Digital & Displays Show to demonstrate its impressive range of print & cut solutions, designed to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes. At the event, held on the 18th and 19th November at the Ultima Displays’ showroom in Corby, Roland is showcasing its widest, fastest and most powerful pro print & cut device, the SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640, and the compact and versatile VersaSTUDIO BN-20 desktop inkjet printer/cutter.
With the added incentive of Roland’s recently announced campaign to enable existing and prospective customers to trade in their current printer, any model or brand*, and receive £5,000 when they upgrade to the SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640, the show’s convivial and informal atmosphere is the perfect place for printers to see the machine in action. The 64” SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640 can be used to produce an exhaustive range of high quality applications including signs, labels, banners, backlit and POS displays, garment decoration, vehicle graphics, billboards, window and floor graphics and much more.
Rob Goleniowski, Business Manager - Sign & Graphics for Roland DG says: “This show is the ideal opportunity to spend time with key manufacturers and suppliers in the industry – whether you are looking to invest in a new machine, take advantage of our fantastic trade-in campaign with the SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640, gain new skills or simply find out what’s new on the market. Every business has different needs and customer demands, and the aim is to demonstrate Roland’s vast range of solutions and applications. We look forward to warmly welcoming visitors to Corby and discussing the commercial benefits offered by Roland.”
Printers will also be able to discover how they can achieve the benefits of integrated print & cut solutions for less than £4,500 with Roland’s desktop VersaSTUDIO BN-20 print & cut machine. The BN-20 is the ideal integrated print & cut device for entrepreneurial businesses wanting an affordable way to add revenue by diversifying into t-shirt printing or signage, or for more established graphics businesses wanting to add to their technology portfolio.
Also at the show will be Roland’s genius VersaEXPRESS RF-640 printer and, for those interested in profitable personalisation opportunities, the VersaUV LEF-20 desktop flatbed printer.
Other exhibitors include Action Illustrated, Clarity Software, DecoNetwork, Dorotape, Goccopro 100, Mounter’s Mate, Ralawise, The Magic Touch, Ultima Displays, Wicked Printing Stuff.
The Wide Format, Screen, Digital & Displays Show is free to attend. For further information and registration visit: www.co-opevents.com/event/corby-2014/.
*The offer applies to any roll-to-roll printer or print & cut device between 54” and 74” wide which uses solvent, eco-solvent, UV or latex ink. For full terms and conditions visit www.rolanddg.co.uk/tradein.