Apsom to demonstrate Roland True Vis VG 640 printer/cutter with TR2 ink

Supported by 3M MCS warranty program at Media Expo, Mumbai

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Apsom Infotex to demonstrate Vis VG 640 printer/cutter at Media Expo 2020
Apsom Infotex to demonstrate Vis VG 640 printer/cutter at Media Expo 2020

Apsom Infotex, the sole distributor of Roland DG’s range of printers in the Indian subcontinent will demonstrate Roland’s VG 640 Printer with TR 2 ink, which is backed by 3M MCS warranty policy and Avery Dennison’s ICS Performance Guarantee at Media Expo, scheduled during 20-22 February 2020 at Bombay Exhibition center in Mumbai.

Global print material providers, 3M offers warranty coverage for graphics printed with the Roland VG & VG2 Series and TR2 ink. The combination of VG 640 and new TR2 ink is certified for long-lasting results under the 3M MCS warranty that provides assurance of the quality and reliability of the graphics. The 3M Media used with VG640 printer/cutter with TR2 inks, the 3M MCS warranty provides full, non-prorated protection for the intended life of your prints, including fading, cracking, peeling, and other aspects of graphic performance.

Deborshi Paul Choudhary, business head at Apsom Infotex
Deborshi Paul Choudhary, business head at Apsom Infotex

The weathering technology and rigorous testing process of ink and printer combinations that 3M stands behind with this warranty assure customers that the quality of their images will be maintained for the life of the graphic.

In addition, next-generation TR 2 Ink create bold, vivid graphics with CMYK, and additional light cyan, light magenta, light black, and orange. The addition of orange ink means that it can consistently reproduce specific brand colors for many brands.

According to Deborshi Paul Choudhary, business head at Apsom Infotex, “the combination of VG 640 printer/cutter and TR2 inks, assures quality product while promoting the print service provider’s business as a 3M MCS warranty qualified converter. With 3M MCS warranty certificate one can get more business.”

Apart from the VG 640, Apsom Infotex will display new technology in wallpaper print technology with Dimensor S- the first printer with Dimense technology and Roland DG’s range of printers, which include RF 640 – a 4-color eco-solvent printer and LEC 330S B150 from Versa UV S-Series belt of printers that offer the ultimate versatility in UV printing to go beyond standard printer capabilities and push the boundaries of direct print possibilities.

To get more details and personalized 3M MCS warranty certificate and to experience the range of high technology products one may visit Apsom Infotex in hall 4, stand B10 during Media Expo Mumbai.

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