Roland introduces new wide-format digital printer/cutter at FESPA 2019

Live demonstration and workshops for visitors

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Roland DG is exhibiting its new Roland TrueVIS VG2 printer/cutter in a series of workshops to showcase the features of its wide-format digital print and cut device at its Stand H10, Hall A5 at FESPA 2019. The Roland TrueVIS VG2 won the ISA Innovation award and appears to be attracting high customer demand.

The TrueVIS VG2-640 and VG2-540 models offer greater color quality, efficiency, versatility and cutting accuracy, all at an affordable price. Ricoh will also host the TrueVIS VG2 workshops hosted by Nadia Plomp, product specialist at Roland DG Benelux. “Our theme at FESPA is ‘What matters to you inspires what we do’, reflecting our continuous attention to industry feedback, which enabled us to perfect what we believe to be the most accurate, high-performance printer/cutter available on the market today – the TrueVIS VG2,” says Plomp. “There are more than 40 enhancements on the TrueVIS VG series, including excellent print-and-cut quality and bright colors,” Plomp adds.

The TrueVIS VG2 workshops will be held every day of the show on the Roland DG stand, taking place at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. at the TrueVIS VG2 Discovery Zone. The 20-minute workshops will allow the visitors to experience a live demonstration, see samples of the wide range of compatible media, understand the breadth of profitable applications from indoor and outdoor advertising, vehicle graphics, banners, posters and displays, labels and decals, packaging prototypes, apparel heat transfers and more.

The VG2 print and cut workshops, titled ‘Be the Best – 7 compelling reasons to choose TrueVIS VG2,’ will explain how key features and benefits can help transform any print business, large or small. The TrueVIS VG2 enables same-day application; prints are ready for lamination and finishing in just six hours, enabling PSPs to meet their customers’ expectations – and stay ahead of the competition. The visitors will also get to understand the benefits of the new Orange ink, which prints vibrant color and also makes realistic color reproduction quick and simple to achieve, including matching Pantone and corporate brand colors.

At the workshops, delegates will also discover how quickly they can make a return on their investment thanks to the 40 new clever refinements that add up to make a big, business-enhancing difference. Roland, as the market leader in eco-solvent printer/cutters with itstechnology, is helping its users improve their bottom line.

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