Roland’s next-gen printing technology at Media Expo Mumbai

Apsom Infotex to present Roland products — D 01, Hall 1

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VersaStudio BY-20 Desktop Direct-To-Film Printer to be highlighted at Media Expo, Mumbai

Apsom Infotex, the sole distributor of Roland products in India and southeast Asia, will display Roland’s next-fen printing technology at Media Expo Mumbai, scheduled to take place from 9 to 11 May. 

The Roland brand offers a comprehensive product range tailored to meet the evolving needs of businesses across various sectors. From printers to precision engravers and more, Roland’s solutions empower users to unleash their creativity and achieve exceptional results. 

The highlight will be the launch of two printers — the VersaObject MO-240 and the VersaStudio BY-20 Desktop Direct-To-Film Printer. 

The VersaObject MO-240 is a UV flatbed printer designed for versatility and performance. With its user-friendly interface and advanced features, customers can produce high-quality graphics on a diverse range of substrates, including metal, plastic, glass, wood, canvas, vinyl, paper, and more, with a maximum material height of 8.03 inches. 

The MO-240 is engineered to deliver high productivity with print speeds up to two times faster than comparable models from other brands. The staggered print head configuration, UV lamps, and increased bed size deliver printing speeds of up to 22.28 ft2/hr in standard mode, enabling the user to get more job in less time. 

The all-new VersaStudio BY-20 sets a new standard for desktop direct-to-film printing, offering versatility and convenience. Designed to be simple to use, reliable, and efficient. One of the standout features of the BY 20 is its integrated contour-cutting functionality, which allows users to produce heat transfer graphics from PVC sheets seamlessly. 

This capability, combined with its compact design and affordability, makes the BY 20 a single, all-encompassing device for a wide range of applications. Whether custom T-shirts, sportswear, tote bags, or other apparel items, the VersaSTUDIO BY-20 delivers exceptional results. Its versatility extends to producing jersey numbers and other heat transfer graphics with precision and ease, making it an indispensable tool for businesses and individuals alike. 

Apsom Infotex is also displaying the AP 640 large-format resin printer, UG 642: UV printer/cutters, ER 642: high-speed eco-solvent printer and VG3-640: large-format inkjet printer/cutters. 

“Participating in Media Expo Mumbai provides us with a fantastic opportunity to engage with industry professionals. We are excited to demonstrate how our cutting-edge printing solutions can empower businesses to achieve their goals efficiently and effectively. Through personalized consultations and live demonstrations, we aim to highlight the innovation and quality that define Roland’s offerings. We look forward to forging new partnerships and driving innovation in the printing and signage industry,” said Aditya Dadu, associate vice president at Apsom Infotex. 

Visitors can see Roland products live at stand number D 01, Hall 1.

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