Roland set to supply its VersaWorks Dual RIP with even more of it printers
Roland DG has announced that its recently introduced Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP and print management software has been expanded to support several additional Roland DG inkjet printers and printer/cutters.
Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP is currently bundled with the latest generation TrueVIS VG Series and SG Series of printer/cutters, the SOLJET EJ-640 high-production eco-solvent printer and the VersaUV LEF-300 UV-LED inkjet printer. And now, as of November 2016, the following additional models will include the latest Roland VersaWorks Dual when they are shipped:
- SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640
- VersaCAMM VSi Series & SPi Series
- VersaSTUDIO BN-20
- VersaEXPRESS RF-640
- VersaUV LEJ-640, LEJ-640FT, LEC Series & LEF-20
- Texart RT-640
Roland VersaWorks Dual will eventually be made available to existing users (who already own one of the devices listed above). An easy-to-use online download process will be put in place and Roland DG will be in touch with those customers to confirm when this free-of-charge software upgrade is available.
According to Yuko Maeda, division president of Roland DG business development unit, Roland VersaWorks Dual enables users to work not only with PostScript files, but also allows for native processing of PDF files, which have become popular in commercial printing. This ensures transparency effects are processed accurately and saves time by avoiding the need for additional editing processes such as flattening.
“Roland DG understands the important role that software plays in printing,” says Maeda. “We have been developing RIP and print management software for many years. A major benefit for Roland customers is that our software is tailored exclusively for Roland DG printers and printer/cutters, and thus optimised to maximise their performance and ease of use. Our proprietary colour management tools and other functions have become important factors in the popularity of Roland products worldwide.”
“Now that Roland VersaWorks Dual supports native PDF processing,” Maeda continued, “we believe our printers provide an even greater level of value for not only the printing of signs and graphics, but for decorating a wide range of original goods and for prototyping applications such as package printing and press proofs. We are committed to developing powerful, world-class RIP software that makes customers’ work even easier, while expanding their potential.”
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