Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of large-format inkjet printers, printer/cutters, and other advanced digital devices, has introduced two additional ways for prospective and existing customers to see the company’s latest technologies right from their desktops. Visitors to the Business Builder page at the Roland DGA website can now request a personalized virtual product demonstration or view cutting-edge devices in a 3D showroom with the click of a mouse. These new online options – alongside Roland DGA’s Business Builder roadshow, dealer showrooms, and returning trade shows – create additional opportunities for qualified buyers to see Roland DG products in action, in a personalized and convenient setting.

Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of wide-format inkjet printers, printer/cutters, and other advanced digital devices, has announced a co-promotional partnership with Skip Barber Racing School, the premier racing and driving school in North America.

Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of large-format inkjet printers, printer/cutters, and other advanced digital devices, has introduced V-BOND Ink for use with new VersaUV® LEF2 series flatbed UV printers. In addition to imaging beautifully, delivering exceptional color results, and adhering well to a vast array of substrates, the new low-VOC, Nickel-free ink is compliant with both the CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act) and California Proposition 65. Meeting these important safety standards creates new, potentially lucrative opportunities for LEF2 users, including entry into the toy personalization and customization market.

Wide-format imaging leader Roland DGA has announced the launch of new Roland DG Connect – an app that allows users to gain a detailed understanding of their overall print operations and access essential data for keeping their devices running with optimum performance. Free to new and existing Roland DG owners, the new app is currently available for use with all TrueVIS™ series printer and printer/cutter models.

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters, today announced a second round of 2021 training dates for the company’s successful Roland Academy Online courses.

Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of large-format inkjet printers, printer/cutters, and other advanced digital devices, will be showcasing its latest technologies and conducting informative, interactive presentations at the upcoming (April 7-9) ISA International Sign Expo® 2021 – Virtual.

Wide-format digital imaging leader Roland DGA has announced a new schedule of “Business Builder” Demo Days Roadshow stops for 2021 – unique events at authorized dealerships nationwide that enable print professionals to get a firsthand look at the company’s newest technologies safely and conveniently.

Wide-format imaging leader Roland DGA has announced the addition of two new high quality overlaminates – GuardLam™ Glossy Floor Overlaminate (ESM-GLGF-150-54) and GuardLam Embossed Floor Overlaminate (ESM-GLEF-150-54) – to its existing family of certified media offerings.

Roland DGA, in conjunction with leading media manufacturer ORAFOL, has introduced Roland DGA TrafficWorks™ – a turnkey traffic sign printing solution that enables print service providers to expand their product offerings and create new revenue streams. TrafficWorks also offers traffic sign companies a cost-effective, easy-to-use solution for producing traffic signage in-house, plus all the other applications award-winning TrueVIS™ VG2 printer/cutters are known for.

My kids love visiting Roland DGA headquarters to see all the different types of printers and the cool things our inkjets can produce. They typically ask me to print on a variety of things, ranging from banners and stickers to clothing and backpacks. While they know that there are different printers for different types of print jobs, they're still too young to understand the differences between an eco-solvent, UV or dye-sublimation model. In their minds, all I need to do is put an object into whichever printer I choose, and it will magically come out with their customised design printed on it! When I try to educate them, I get blank stares… followed by a request to custom print another item.

Building and maintaining a successful business has its challenges, even under normal circumstances. With the amount and pace of change happening in 2020, this is even more true. However, as these three print businesses show, having the best technology on hand can make achieving growth and profitability as straightforward as possible. Making smart decisions, like choosing cutting-edge, dependable Roland DG wide-format printers that optimize quality and productivity, has enabled these print service providers to build their respective businesses and remain stable even through the COVID crisis.

Roland DGA will be showcasing its advanced imaging technologies for eco-solvent, UV and direct-to-garment applications in the upcoming (October 26 - November 12, 2020) PRINTING United Digital Experience. Those attending this important virtual trade show can watch product demonstrations of exciting Roland DG devices, including the award-winning TrueVIS™ VG2-640 wide-format printer/cutter, the innovative IU-1000F high-volume flatbed UV printer, and the VersaSTUDIO BT-12 direct-to-garment printer.

Wide-format digital imaging leader Roland DGA Corporation, a Gold Sponsor of the Adobe® MAX 2020 Creativity Conference taking place October 20-22, will showcase its latest UV printing and direct-to-garment printing technologies at this free-to-attend, high-profile online event.

Roland DGA’s Demo Days Roadshow truck made the first stop on its nationwide tour at Pacific Coast Sign Supply in Damascus, Oregon, enabling area print professionals to meet exclusively with product experts and see the company’s latest digital imaging devices in action. The two-day stop gave attendees the chance to set up pre-arranged appointments and interactive product demos, with safety and social distancing protocols in place.

When the 2020 NASCAR season started back up after being shut down for a two month-period due to COVID-19, things had changed dramatically. There were no cheering fans in the stands, the typical pre- and post-race festivities were gone, and personnel required to be there such as drivers, pit crews and camera crews now had to wear masks and practice social distancing. The entire 2020 racing schedule was different as well, with NASCAR squeezing in the number of races over a much shorter time period. Those responsible for the design and production of graphics for the race cars and support vehicles, such as the Richard Childress Racing (RCR) Graphics Center, have had to deal with significant changes as well. In addition to adapting to new COVID-19 protocols, with the condensed NASCAR schedule, their workload essentially doubled.

Wide-format imaging leader Roland DGA Corporation will be conducting a series of informative, interactive ‘Business Builder” events – online virtual conferences and in-person, limited attendance appointments – through the remainder of 2020. Designed to help print professionals build their respective businesses with existing or new applications and technology, each Online Conference and Demo Days Roadshow event will provide valuable ideas and insights for maximizing business growth, productivity, and profitability. Additionally, with most physical tradeshows cancelled for the foreseeable future, these special events will offer convenient and safe ways for attendees to see Roland DGA’s latest devices in action and have their questions answered by Roland DGA experts.

Wide-format imaging leader Roland DGA has added Concord, Massachusetts-based Swing Design to its network of authorized dealers. Swing Design will offer Roland DGA’s full line of color products nationally, with a focus on selling to crafters, hobbyists, and home-based businesses.

The “new normal” brought about by the global pandemic is requiring stores, restaurants, schools, and businesses to create safe operating environments while guiding individuals within their respective spaces. To make it easier for print service providers to produce signage for these environments, Roland DGA has developed Social Distancing Signage Solutions – “build your own” packages that include the materials, hardware, software and free design templates needed to produce health and safety graphics.

Richard Childress Racing’s Tyler Reddick will be driving the No. 8 car with a full Roland DG wrap in this Sunday’s“Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500” NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.  Viewers can catch the race by tuning into FOX at 3 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Sunday, June 7. The Roland DG wrap, designed and printed by the graphics pros at the Richard Childress Racing (RCR) Graphics Center, was produced on a Roland DG TrueVIS VG2-640 wide-format printer/cutter.

Wide-format imaging leader Roland DGA has announced the availability of its new white paper – “Turning Your Craft into Cash: Ideas for Home-Based Businesses.” This free, informative white paper provides details on what it takes to start a product personalization business or grow an existing business by adding personalization to the mix, including examples of unique applications, the equipment needed, workflow advice from Roland experts, tips for maximizing profits, and more.

While some aspects of the wide format market have matured, wrap applications like vehicle wraps, wallcoverings and window wraps continue to expand, according to a new white paper developed by the International Sign Association in partnership with Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends. Reaching Today's Customers: A Guide for Wrap Shops, is sponsored by Avery Dennison and Roland DGA and will be released by ISA. The paper explores trends in wrap applications and provides case studies with real-world insights.

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