Building and maintaining a successful business has its challenges, even under normal circumstances. With the amount and pace of change happening in 2020, this is even more true. However, as these three print businesses show, having the best technology on hand can make achieving growth and profitability as straightforward as possible. Making smart decisions, like choosing cutting-edge, dependable Roland DG wide-format printers that optimize quality and productivity, has enabled these print service providers to build their respective businesses and remain stable even through the COVID crisis.

Leading digital ink manufacturer, NUtec reports growing global demand for its Diamond D15-TRV2 eco-solvent ink, offered as an alternative to Roland’s TR2 inks.

Roland DG has announced that its primers and inks for the Texart XT-640S-DTG printer are now ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® certified. Inks and primers are only awarded the certification after a series of rigorous tests, which dissect if each individual ingredient in the chemical product meets strict conditions. As a result of the certification, the products will now be added to the OEKO-TEX® buying guide, the central sourcing platform for pre-certified articles and materials. 

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and 3D devices, has announced a Roland Rental Christmas promotion, that lets customers get the latest Roland DG equipment, and pay nothing until 2021.

Roland DGA has announced that Roland DG TR2 ink has won a PRINTING United Alliance 2020 Product of the Year Award in the Digital Inks - Solvent/Eco-Solvent/Latex category.

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters, today announced another round of training dates for the company’s successful Roland Academy Online courses.

Roland DGA will be showcasing its advanced imaging technologies for eco-solvent, UV and direct-to-garment applications in the upcoming (October 26 - November 12, 2020) PRINTING United Digital Experience. Those attending this important virtual trade show can watch product demonstrations of exciting Roland DG devices, including the award-winning TrueVIS™ VG2-640 wide-format printer/cutter, the innovative IU-1000F high-volume flatbed UV printer, and the VersaSTUDIO BT-12 direct-to-garment printer.

Roland DG have announced the launch of its new EMEA Virtual Showroom, an immersive digital environment for customers and dealers to explore its products and services. The first of its kind in the printing category, the new showroom is the next step in the digitization of the B2B sales journey, a trend that the coronavirus pandemic is set to accelerate.

The PRINTING United Digital Experience, taking place online October 26-November 12, is readying the stage for a multitude of new technology to be shown, many for the first time in a global setting. Beginning October 26 with a focus on graphics and wide-format technology, industry leaders are showcasing the latest solutions in this space. Register today to see the technology in action. Registration is free and a single sign-up allows for complete access to the entire schedule of daily events.

Roland DG has boosted the versatility of the VersaUV LEF and LEF2 Series benchtop printers with a clever accessory that makes it possible to print directly on and around the entire surface of cylindrical objects.

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters, today announced extra training dates for the company’s successful Roland Academy Online courses.

Roland DG has announced the worldwide release of its innovative VW-S1 densitometer, a new tool designed to make colour matching on one Roland printer and between Roland printers easier and more affordable.

Roland DG will participate in the FuturePrint Virtual Summit taking place from 12th - 16th October, 2020. The event is free to join and brings together 120 speakers spanning 15 countries to discuss a range of hot topics across the industrial, wide format and commercial printing, packaging and labelling industries.

Roland DG EMEA today announces the new ZT-1900, its largest, most productive textile printer to date. The ZT-1900 1.9m wide high-production dye-sublimation printer offers fast ROI due to impressively low running costs and efficient ink performance. It delivers superb quality print on applications including; fashion, sportswear, personalised interior decoration and soft signage.

Roland DGA’s Demo Days Roadshow truck made the first stop on its nationwide tour at Pacific Coast Sign Supply in Damascus, Oregon, enabling area print professionals to meet exclusively with product experts and see the company’s latest digital imaging devices in action. The two-day stop gave attendees the chance to set up pre-arranged appointments and interactive product demos, with safety and social distancing protocols in place.

Roland DG Corporation, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters, today announced the worldwide release of its proprietary VW-S1 densitometer to make colour matching between printers easier.

Innovative new features, including automatic tiling for processing large-scale output at high speed, and extended Advanced Inkjet Screens™, for enhanced image quality, are introduced in a major new release of the Harlequin RIP® today by developers Global Graphics Software. Harlequin Host Renderer 13 raises the bar in terms of productivity features for print service providers and provides new options to press manufacturers for scaling multiple RIPs for high performance digital front ends.

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters, today announced the launch of new Roland Academy Online Training courses designed to support customers in lieu of face-to-face training.

More than 40% of UK shoppers have stopped visiting stores that have unclear signage on social distancing, according to the findings of a European study of 2,500+ shoppers from Roland DG.

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters, today launched a new solution on the Company’s website designed to assist customers with creating COVID-19 related signage.

Hillstone Primary School in Birmingham recently approached HNS Signs for both innovative and friendly signage solutions to help their pupils adhere to social distancing best practices. With their re-opening for selected years in June they needed the scheme to be designed, manufactured and commissioned within just a week without compromising on the brief’s quality or effectiveness. ‘We wanted to create a friendly positive environment for pupils, whilst reassuring staff and parents that we were conforming to government guidance and that the safety of everyone on our site was our top priority.’ stated Kerry Cartwright, Hillside’s Strategic Business Manager.

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