Roland DG Australia’s first new TrueVIS user video features wrap and signage business Black Flag Designs, vehicle wrap specialist Elite Wrappers and print, design and marketing agency, Brand Hero (video).

                             The first in a series of TrueVIS user films

brandg corporate roland online ver1 0“The expansion of the TrueVIS brand in January to encompass three ink technologies – UV, Resin and Eco-solvent – across a total of 10 inkjet devices was a bonus for customers seeking the quality and service synonymous with Roland DG, with a solution for every business type and need under the TrueVIS brand,” Roland said.

“To bring this exciting TrueVIS brand expansion to life, Roland DG Australia has launched a user video series, bringing together three TrueVIS users to share their experiences. User satisfaction, increased productivity and reliability are themes repeated throughout, but seeing their TrueVIS machines in operation and the vivid work they produce, is what brings their testimonies to life.

“The series features vehicle wrap and signage company, Black Flag Designs, and print, design and marketing agency, Brand Hero - both of whom have successfully operated TrueVIS printers for many years - as well as vehicle wrap and branding specialists, Elite Wrappers who recently purchased the new TrueVIS AP-640 resin printer. While the success stories for each company are different, the role that their Roland DG TrueVIS model has played is unanimous.”

Leisa Perry of Black Flag Designs said: "I’m lucky enough to hear all the feedback telling us how happy they are with the work that we produce and the service that we provide and we couldn’t do it without our TrueVIS machine."

Through the series rollout, audiences will hear testimonies from customers who share their stories about their TrueVIS machines. “Look out for each instalment in the rollout over the coming months,” said Roland DG Australia.

Roland DG TrueVIS printer/cutters now support ‘one pass’ printing

Roland DG Corporation said its TrueVIS MG-640/300 and DGXPRESS* UG-641 UV printer/cutters now support ‘One Pass Multilayer Printing,’ which prints three layers of ink simultaneously.

“The new One Pass Multilayer Printing function enables improved lengthy printing of large window displays with the take-up unit and continuous printing of large quantities of labels and more.

“Users of the MG-640/300 and UG-641 can add this function, at no charge, by upgrading the printer firmware and the VersaWorks 6 output software.

*DGXPRESS is the regional brand for ANZ, Asia (Excluding Japan), Middle East Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, CIS (Excluding Russia and Belarus), Latin America.

RolandDG Australia is also opening a new 'Creative Centre' in Melbourne this week - more on that in Thursday's bulletin.


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