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Print and go with Roland at FESPA

Print and go is the order of the day from Roland DG at FESPA Digital at booth H30 where visitors can see the full range of the company's digital printing systems showing the entire production process from the latest and most advanced Roland wide format technology.
Looking set to be popular with visitors is the VersaUV LEJ-640, the company's first UV flatbed/ roll-to-roll printer which has a maximum print width of 1.625mm. This hybrid printer is capable of printing CMYK with white and a varnish onto a wide variety of flexible materials as well as rigid media up to 13mm thick. The highly versatile LEJ-640 allows print service providers everywhere an opportunity to explore new opportunities and create a multitude of applications from large format banners, displays and window graphics to packaging prototypes and interior decoration items.
Another highlight is undoubtedly GDW’s product of the year 2011, the highly sought after VersaStudio BN-20 desktop printer/cutter that combines the versatility and the latest technology of Roland DG's print & cut technology with metallic inks and rolls it into a compact and affordable device designed for both experienced professionals and for those new in the digital printing business.
The company is also showing the latest in digital textile printing. Visitors can experience new digital textile applications such as merchandising products (mouse pads, lanyards, bags, shirts etc.) as well as banners, textile posters, sportswear, interior decoration items and many others. The new textile solutions can allow end-users to expand their business opportunities, optimise cost of production, and offer new quality products to their customers in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.
Finally, the VersaArt RS-640S sublimation solution will also be showcased. This allows end-users to maximise production while controlling the quality and minimising costs and further differentiate their business from their competition by offering colourful and vivid labels on textile, clothing and elements of interior decoration.
www.rolanddg.com

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