The newly released TrueVIS VG3 Series and SG3 Series large format inkjet printer cutters will be in the spotlight on the Roland DG Australia stand at PacPrint, along with the IU-1000F UV-LED flatbed printer and a full range of the company’s other latest technology and services.
Roland DG's IU-1000F UV-LED flatbed printer
“Leading industry supplier Roland DG is one of the most prominent supporters of PacPrint 2022, taking out the Platinum Sponsorship for the event,” said PacPrint co-host Visual Connections. “The company has now revealed its updated plans for the show, saying the new 2022 dates will allow it to showcase an even larger range of new products, many of which will be shown for the first time at an industry trade show.”
Roland DG Australia product & marketing manager Greg Stone says the company is looking forward to showcasing its solutions ‘in-person’ at the first industry show in more than three years.
“Roland DG is looking to make as much impact as possible at PacPrint, with a range of exciting new equipment on display including some products never before seen in Australia.
“A real drawcard will be the newly released next generation TrueVIS printer cutters, offering the best print and cut performance ever. TrueVIS is the all-in-one solution that has transformed thousands of businesses worldwide and is now entering a new stage of evolution for the digital age. The professional VG3 Series and the value-packed SG3 Series have been designed to offer unrivalled print quality, increased efficiency and an enhanced user experience.”
For creative minded people looking to start their own graphics business, the BN-20 and BN-20A printer cutters are perfect for prints, posters and stickers and producing on-demand, heat transfer custom graphics for t-shirts, hoodies, bags and many more popular and profitable items, Stone says. “This is the solution for businesses who want to print, cut, and create super high-quality graphics…without the super high price tag.”
For peak performance and unlimited printing possibilities, the company will be showcasing the IU-1000F UV-LED flatbed printer. “The IU-1000F delivers the speed, super-accurate colour reproduction and creative print expression that customers demand, on demand,” Stone says. “It is the winning choice for a host of profitable applications including signs, exhibition graphics, interior décor, backlit displays, canvas wall art and more.”
For those who want UV print and cut that doesn’t compromise on colour or quality, the VersaUV LEC2-330 and LEC2-640 (pictured above) will be demonstrated, showing how this leading technology takes UV print and cut ‘to another level’.
“With these solutions, businesses can create realistic packaging mock-ups, premium labels, stunning signs, exquisite point of sale displays, specialty graphics, and much more,” Stone says.
“For visitors considering diversifying into the growing direct-to-garment market or expanding their current production, the XT-640S-DTG turns up the volume on t-shirts, apparel, and fabric accessory printing without the high industrial price tag.
“This multi-station, direct-to-garment printer delivers productivity, versatility and flexibility, allowing customers to print t-shirts on demand, as well as large, unique items to expand their products and profitability.”
Visitors who are looking to discover new revenue streams, target new customers, and increase profitability will also find plenty of innovative options on the Roland DG stand, with Stone pointing to the LEC2 S-Series UV flatbed printers, unique devices that provide both direct-to-product customisation and direct printing on flexible and rigid materials.
“This easy-to-use, multi-functional device can output an almost unlimited range of custom graphics from customised signs, merchandise, to packaging, displays, and so many more applications,” he says.
Just as impressive as the line-up of products on the Roland DG stand will be the range of value-added services, including Roland Academy training, Roland DG Engage installation and training service, Roland Rental finance program and Roland Fixed Price Scheduled Servicing.
“Roland Academy training includes courses on software, equipment and applications are all run by expert Roland DG trainers, while Roland DG Engage installation and training service delivers knowledge and expertise direct from the manufacturer through fully trained and certified Roland DG installation and software training specialists,” Stone says.
“With simple documentation and approval in 24 hours, Roland Rental, Roland DG's trusted finance program, makes it easy for you to purchase Roland DG equipment without the upfront investment, and for guaranteed peace of mind, Roland DG’s Australia-wide Fixed Price Scheduled Servicing lets you know the price of your periodical services upfront, so that you can more accurately plan the costs to your business.”
PacPrint 20-21 is co-hosted by Visual Connections and the Print & Visual Communications Association (PVCA). The show will co-locate with Visual Impact Melbourne and the Label & Packaging Expo at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from Tuesday 28 June to Friday 1 July, 2022.