Roland DG to reveal new digital oppourtunties at FESPA 2020

A showcase of Roland's latest innovations

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Roland DG will take digital printing to the next level and reaffirm its leading position in Sign & Graphics, Textile & Décor, Retail & Personalisation at FESPA Global Print Expo in Madrid. The buzzing Roland stand C60 in Hall 7 will showcase the company’s very latest innovations and established solutions.

New and award-winning innovations

Roland will showcase brand new introductions to its range, plus products which will have their FESPA début in Madrid. These include the award-winning and value-packed TrueVIS SG2 printer/cutter, the powerful all-round performer IU-1000F large-format UV flatbed printer, and the streamlined VersaUV LEC2-300 UV printer/cutter. The VersaUV LEF2-300 UV-LED flatbed printer will also be in action, alongside Roland’s innovative LV series laser engraver.

The multi-award-winning TrueVIS VG2 printer/cutters and stunning RF-640 8-color printer will be wowing the crowds. For show-goers who are looking to get into digital textile print, or to increase their production capability, the Texart RT-640M, an intelligent multi-function dye-sublimation printer, will be put through its paces. Plus, the Roland Personalisation zone will be packed with exciting hardware and software solutions to help visitors seize the incredible profit-making potential of product personalization.

Discover new digital opportunities

“For FESPA 2020, our theme is ‘Discover New Digital Opportunities’ with a booth packed with diverse and innovative solutions,” says Stephen Davis, marketing director EMEA, Roland DG. “We’ll be sharing some exciting product news between now and the show – come and see us and find out first-hand what’s possible with our flexible, reliable and creative technology.”

Creative, cool, commercial

For those looking for inspiration for new trend-setting, money-making applications, they can join Roland DG’s Joe Wigzell at FESPA’s Trend Theatre on 25 March (16.00-16.30). Wigzell will be presenting an idea-packed session ‘The 3 C’s for Your Success – Creative, Cool, Commercial.’

FESPA Global Print Expo 2020 takes place at IFEMA, Madrid, Spain (24 to 27 March).

Keep updated on all the latest news about Roland at FESPA at www.rolanddg.eu

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