The decorative concept dates back to ancient artwork and has, in modern times, evolved into personalisation, made possible thanks to the evolution of technology. Roland, among others, will be discussing this topic at Print4All, where the company will be presenting an extensive range of solutions.

Milton Keynes-based Nutmeg Studio is truly a business created out of love. The company was initially founded as Nutmeg Wallart in 1999 when Adele MacKinnon and her husband invested some of their savings and wedding gift money to purchase a Roland CAMM-1 GR-640 vinyl cutter and an Apple Mac computer and began offering printed graphics to local businesses.

Roland DG UK recently invited customers to get inspired at its Creative Centre Experience Day. Held on 1st November 2017 in Roland’s renowned Clevedon-based Creative Centre, the free-to-attend event showcased 50 ways to make money with Roland DG technology, and highlighted how companies could boost their profits by targeting emerging and often-untapped markets.

Following nearly two decades of graphic design and signage industry experience and the arrival of a beautiful baby boy, Adam Cox launched his own business in April 2017: Feenix Signs & Graphics Ltd. Since its inception, the company has been supplying and installing internal and external signage, vehicle livery and fleet graphics to both trade and private customers in and around the thriving industrial area of Wisbech.

With the motto ‘Race, Retrain, Recover’, Mission Motorsport has been transforming the lives of injured military personnel since its inception in March 2012. The organisation provides respite, rehabilitation, vocational support and training to those affected by military operations within the framework of motorsport.

Natasha Berry of Printdot has been crowned as Young Signmaker of the Year at the recent BSGA British Sign Awards. The winners were unveiled at a gala lunch and presentation ceremony held at the Athena Events Centre, Leicester, on Thursday 9th November 2017.

It’s been a busy Autumn at the Roland DG Academy with the production of an exciting application wall installation, which is a prime example of how Roland DG combines technology with creativity to produce a variety of interesting applications.

RGBuk has closed the yearly Print Show on a high. The Reading based wide format specialist today announced a number of new orders placed during and after the show. The equipment sold during the show includes a number of the popular OKI Colorpainter E-64s Eco Solvent 60” printers and Graphtec FC8600-160 60” cutters. RGBuk also received extremely strong interest in the Canon iPF Pro 6000 launched at the show together with the Roland TrueVIS VG and SG range of print and cut solutions.

Roland DG UK is inviting customers to get inspired at its upcoming Creative Centre Experience Day. This free event, taking place on Wednesday 1st November at Roland DG UK’s Clevedon head office, will showcase 50 ways to make money with Roland technology, and highlight how companies can boost their profits by targeting emerging and often-untapped markets.

Nuneaton-based art and design specialist Smoart has invested in an additional Roland DG 3D milling machine to increase productivity, supporting its work in the creation of bespoke textured artwork for architectural installation and interior spaces. Founded in 2007 by artist Sandra Owens, Smoart designs and produces bespoke wall panel artwork pieces using a wide range of materials including ceramics, wood, plaster, plastics and concrete.

Roland DG is to sponsor the Young Signmaker of the Year category at the 2017 BSGA British Sign Awards for the third time, demonstrating the company’s support to the next generation of print industry professionals.

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