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Roland DG to showcase next-gen kit at SDUK

Roland DG has announced plans to demonstrate a range of its next-generation technology on its stand at this month’s Sign and Digital UK.

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Roland DG’s TrueVIS kit will take pride of place on its stand at the show

The manufacturer is known across the industry for its supply of printing, print-and-cut machines, and software solutions and will use its presence on stand H30 at the event to generate further interest in its products.

Visitors to the firm’s booth will be amongst the first people in the UK to view the new CAMM-1 GR-640 cutter. Redesigned from the ground up, the machine is the latest addition to Roland DG’s popular series of wide-format cutters, and offers users benefits such as increase downforce and new, state-of-the-art features.

Also on show will be the TrueVIS VG-640 and SG-540 eco-solvent printer/cutter machines, as well as the LEF-200 and LEF-300 VersaUV models, the latter of which will be equipped with Roland DG’s new on-board printable primer.

Roland DG will also be demonstrating its latest software innovations, such as VersaWorks Dual RIP. Developed specifically for Roland DG kit, the solution offers a combined PDF/PostScript engine, in addition to unlimited queue settings and a predictive ink calculator.

Meanwhile, Roland DG will be showing Creative Media Maker for the first time in Europe. Developed by InClix,  the solutions offers a cloud-based platform for the creation of professional graphics and video content for print and digital signage.

Sign and Digital UK runs from March 28th to 30th at the NEC in Birmingham. 

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