“There will be plenty of excitement in our booth this year, as we’ll be unveiling a slew of innovative devices, including the new TrueVIS VG2 which just won the ISA Innovation Award for printers,” Roland DGA’s President and CEO Andrew Oransky said. “Each of these new products is designed and built to help increase productivity and profits for our customers. And, like all Roland offerings, they’re backed by the best service and support in the industry.”
Incorporating a host of technological advancements, Roland’s TrueVIS VG2-540 and VG2-640 are uniquely engineered to usher in a new era of wide-format image quality, versatility, productivity and ease of use.
Attendees can check out the new VersaSTUDIO BT-12 as well – Roland’s first direct-to-garment printer. With the BT-12, its easier than ever to print full-color graphics, including photos, logos and text, directly on T-shirts, tote-bags, interior décor items, and more.
Also on display for the first time at the ISA International Sign Expo will be Roland’s VersaUV LEF2-200 flatbed UV printer. The LEF2-200 builds upon the VersaUV LEF series’ renowned ability to print full-color graphics and unique textures, including premium finishes such as simulated embossing, onto a vast array of materials and objects up to 3.94 inches (100 mm) thick. Several improvements, including new features that minimize set-up time before printing, reduce ink consumption during maintenance procedures, and increase overall printer reliability, make the LEF2-200 unbeatable for a wide range of product personalization and customization applications.
The DE-3 continues the legacy of Roland engraving, adding advanced laser-pointing technology, Ethernet connectivity, automatic depth regulation, and other enhancements for unsurpassed performance and ease of use.
Roland DGA will also be previewing the new Texart RT-640M – an intelligent, multi-function sublimation printer that gives users the freedom to print on transfer paper or direct to fabric. The RT-640M simplifies dye-sublimation for soft signage, apparel and textile applications with its direct-to-fabric print option while maintaining the media versatility of printing to transfer paper for rigid sign, merchandise, and hard surface customization.