For industrial signage printing machines, there are a lot of options including Chinese machines. Though these machines provide huge economical benefits in the initial stage, in the long run, they leave you empty. Most of these cheap industrial signage printing machines don’t have a proper service. Coming to the printing side, most often the desired print quality is never achieved. Ask experts in industrial signage printing industry and they will surely point you out the best in them.
Roland DGA which produces quality industrial signage printing machines is one of them. Founded in 1981, Roland DG Corporation of Hamamatsu, Japan (marketed and distributed by Roland DGA Corporation US) is a worldwide leader in the sign, graphic arts, fine art, vehicle graphics, UV, photography, engraving and 3D modelling industries. Roland DG is the world’s number one provider of wide-format inkjet printers for the durable graphics market. Within a few short years, Roland DG began introducing a wide variety of groundbreaking products including vinyl cutters, thermal transfer printer/cutters, wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters, 3D scanners and milling devices, and engravers. The products blazed new trails for entire industries and earned Roland DG a reputation for innovation, quality and reliability.
From simple indoor safety signs to large-format outdoor signage, Roland has the perfect industrial signage printing machine for your needs. Roland is recognised as the number-one seller of wide format inkjets for the durable graphics market, leading the sign and graphics industry in products and innovation for more than 30 years. Roland has got different machine for vinyl wrap applications, window signs, engraved signs, or full-color POP’s which are versatile, reliable, and cost-effective.
The industrial signage printing industry is closely watching up SGIA Expo2017, the largest printing trade show in North America taking place in the next week at New Orleans. It is expected that Roland DGA’s latest digital technologies for integrated print/cut as well as print-and-cut workflows will be introduced here. Roland will be showcasing its advanced eco-solvent inkjets for producing signs, banners and vehicle wraps, innovative UV flatbeds for printing custom graphics on threedimensional products, and state-ofthe-art dye-sublimation printers for adding vibrant graphics to textiles, soft signage, hard goods and more.
The company’s new CAMM-1 GR series, a family of next-generation large-format cutters packed with advanced and versatile new features that deliver a whole new level of quality, performance and productivity will also be at display here. Roland’s GR series cutters, including the 64-inch GR-640, 54-inch GR-540 and 42-inch GR-420, boast top cutting speeds of up to 58.5 inches per second and up to 600 gf of downforce to cut thicker media with speed and precision. The GR-640 model can be paired with Roland’s 64-inch VersaEXPRESS RF-640 large-format printer to form an unbeatable print-and-cut solution.
Roland will also be demonstrating the impressive capabilities of its TrueVIS VG and TrueVIS SG series eco-solvent printer/cutters, newly updated VersaUV LEF series UV benchtop printers, and dyesublimation printers from the popular Texart family. Best-selling inkjets from Roland’s SOLJET, VersaEXPRESS and VersaStudio series will be on display as well, along with the VersaUV LEJ-640FT – a one-of-akind UV flatbed that can print directly on substrates and objects up to six inches thick and weighing up to 220 pounds. Other cutting-edge Roland devices for unique sign and graphics production, such as the new MODELA MDX-50 desktop milling machine and MPX-95 photo impact printer will also be there.
SGIA 2017 attendees can take advantage of Roland DGA’s moneysaving product promotions, including instant rebates of $8,000 off a new SOLJET EJ-640 printer, $3,000 off a new TrueVIS VG-540 or VG-640 large-format printer/cutter, $3,000 off a new VersaUV LEF-12i UV flatbed printer, and $4,000 off a new LEF-200 UV flatbed. Roland is also offering a special “bundle” that pairs a new VersaEXPRESS RF-640 printer with a matching CAMM-1 GR-640 largeformat cutter at the discounted price of $19,995 (a savings of $3,995). Those in the market for a quality dyesublimation inkjet can capitalise on the company’s Texart printer rebates, including $3,000 off a new RT-640 and $5,000 off a new XT-640.
In addition, show-goers can pick up a wealth of useful information and tips by attending Roland’s daily in-booth vehicle wrap, dyesublimation and apparel heat transfer demonstrations. This year, the pros from Digital EFX Wraps will be doing live vehicle wrap demos on a vintage Rolls Royce Silver Cloud.