Latest and greatest technology being brought to Sign & Digital UK 2016
Roland DG has announced that it is going to return to Sign & Digital UK 2016 as an exhibitor. The show will take place on 19th - 21st April 2016 at the Birmingham NEC.
Roland DG will be busy over the coming months. They are having their Open Day on 23 February and the Sign & Digital on 19-21 April.
At Sign & Digital Print professionals from UK and Ireland will be able to meet with experts to find out how they can utilise the latest Roland DG technologies to produce new exciting applications that drive top line growth.
THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY
Visitors can see:
- The LEF-300 for the first time at the show.
It is Roland’s largest, fastest and most productive desktop flatbed UV printer yet, with exciting production-boosting features that include: a 770mm wide printing area, four print heads and two UV-LED lamps for fast bi-directional direct printing, a vacuum table and comes with the new Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP software.
- The Texart XT-640.
This is the latest edition to the Roland DG range of dye sublimation transfer printers, designed for professionals in the dye-sublimation market, delivering fast print speeds of up to 63m2/h; ideal for a demanding production environment. Roland’s accompanying range of Texart Inks can be set up as a 4-colour (dual CMYK) or 8 colour (CMYKLcLmOrVi) ink configuration delivering a wide colour range.
- The SOLJET EJ-640.
This is a wide-format inkjet printer range Roland DG. It is designed with cost-efficient and high-performance productivity in mind. With dual staggered print heads, an integrated tri-heater system and strong chassis, the EJ-640 is built for optimum performance for businesses working on high-volume output.
WIN A SOLJET EJ-640!
Roland DG are having a Scratch and Win Prize Draw. Everybody at the show can win. To enter, visitors will be directed to the Roland DG stand, H30, to collect a Scratch and Win Prize Draw scratch card. Those lucky enough to draw a winning scratch card could win a variety of prizes; from a set of ECO-SOL MAX 3 inks, a place on a Roland Academy course, to one lucky company winning a cost-efficient, high-performance SOLJET EJ-640 printer.