Authorised Roland and Mimaki dealer printMAX says you won’t find any gimmicks on its stand at Sign & Digital UK this year, just award winning products, at fantastic prices backed by a service the company says it has worked hard for over 20 years to establish.

Roland DG is teaming up with surface pattern designer Rachael Taylor at FESPA, Amsterdam. Visitors to the Textile and Personalisation Zones on the Roland DG booth (Hall 1 E120) will see how easily and effectively eye-catching designs, such as those by Rachael Taylor, can be transformed into highly profitable applications using Roland wide format digital print technology.

Mutoh says it has commenced shipping of its new single head 54” (1.37 m) wide ValueJet 1324X and dual head 102” (2.6 m) wide ValueJet 2638X.

One of Europe’s leading B2C personalised photo based printing companies - PhotoBox - has invested in five of the latest new generation Epson SureColor 64” wide format printers. The company has installed these alongside its existing fleet of 16 SureColor SC-S50600 printers in its UK factory to meet the ongoing growing demand for personalised photo canvases.

To promote the launch of its new generation Eco-Sol Max 3 ink, Roland DG has announced a special conversion deal to existing Roland DG customers when they upgrade to Eco-Sol Max 3.

printMAX says that now is the ideal time to invest in a new Roland Soljet Pro 4 XR 640 or XF 640 printer in order to qualify for one year’s free supply of Roland’s new Eco-Sol Max 3 inks, worth over £7,000.

Hot on the heels of its latest wide format print product innovation, Epson has announced the forthcoming launch of the latest addition to the SureColor SC-P series line-up, the 64-inch SC-P20000. This robust printer is designed for high volume production print environments who do not wish to compromise quality for productivity, and is ideal for any organisation looking for a cost effective in-house production solution.

Epson UK has lifted the lid on a new generation of ground-breaking 64-inch signage printers that have been designed from the ground up following extensive market research, customer feedback and end-user testing. The new range delivers print service providers with a choice of three robust, sturdy printers - from 4-10 colours (including white and metallic) and up to 95.3sqm/hr single-pass productivity - to deliver new levels of quality, productivity and durability with lower running costs.

The market for personalised digital printing onto items such as mobile phone cases, key rings and other personal merchandise is growing at an exponential rate, and printing companies the world over have clamoured to gain a foothold in this new economy, customising a whole range of ordinary items and transforming them into profitable personalised output.

Ricoh launch 3D printer

November 24, 2015

Ricoh has announced the release of its first 3D Printer – the Ricoh AM S5500P – a high-end 3D printer offering PA6 and PP materials support which are commonly used in the automotive manufacturing industry.

Roland DG is to extend its already successful autumn trade-in campaign offering interested customers the option to trade in their old eco-solvent or latex print/print and cut machines, between the sizes of 24-64”, for a variety of Roland’s wide format print and print-and-cut printers with the added incentive of between £3-5,000 to use as they wish.

Mutoh Belgium has launched a new 64” ValueJet wide format printer featuring the firm’s latest DropMaster print automation technology, a newly designed motorised take-up system for rolls up to 30 kg, and Eco Ultra 1 litre ink bags.

Following the launch of Roland DG’s first exclusive Mac OS RIP – Rolandprintstudio - earlier this year, the company has announced a new update to the software, making it even more inclusive and instrumental for the print industry.

Roland DG Corporation has launched the SOLJET EJ-640, a premier high volume wide-format inkjet printer with dual staggered print heads, an integrated tri-heater system, strong industrial design and high-capacity 1-litre ink cartridges available in 4 or 7 colour configurations.

Hearty congratulations to Nathan Aston of Ast Transport Branding who picked up the ‘Roland DG Apprentice of the Year’ award at last night’s BSGA Awards, presented by Roland DG managing director Brett Newman.

As a company who strives to understand the needs and expectations of our end users, third party inks is not a new conversation, and one that crops up often. With inks being so crucial to output quality and durability and the lifecycle of machinery, it’s an important topic.

Roland DG has launched the next generation of ECO-SOL MAX ink for use with its range of eco-solvent printers and printer/cutters. New ECO-SOL MAX 3 has been designed to provide users with faster drying times, larger capacity cartridges, and a lower price per cc of ink. The new generation ink is also Greenguard Gold certified which ensures that prints can be used in public sector environments such as schools and hospitals.

Epson has announced a new series of wide format printers designed for the professional inkjet printing industry. The company says its new SureColor P-Series family brings together the most sophisticated printing technologies available to deliver extraordinary results, whether for graphic design, contract proofing for commercial and flexographic printing, fine art, or photography.

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