Since holding its grand-opening event in January of this year, the Blue Ridge/University of Arizona 4-H FAB LAB in Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona has made it easy for local youth groups to gain hands-on experience with advanced technologies, including Roland digital printing and 3D milling devices. Recently, the Fab Lab played host to students from the White Mountain Apache Tribe as well as leaders from 4-H chapters in Pima, Coconino, Apache, Maricopa and Navajo counties, allowing these groups to use its state-of-the-art equipment.
Roland DGA will be offering its popular Born-to-Wrap vehicle wrap workshop in Mexico for the first time ever, giving attendees an opportunity to learn the tricks of the trade from industry experts. Like Roland’s U.S.-based Born-to-Wrap classes, the comprehensive two-day workshop, to be held July 19-20, 2018 in Mexico City, will combine classroom instruction with hands-on wrap installation in a simulated shop environment.
Roland DGA has announced reduced pricing on two print heads offered for some its most popular wide-format inkjet printers. Now in effect, the new lower prices enable Roland owners throughout North and South America to save up to 30 percent on each replacement print head.
Roland DGA Corporation has teamed up with financing company Geneva Capital to launch a new “Technology Upgrade Program” for Roland customers throughout the U.S. In addition to making easy to qualify for financing a new Roland device, the program allows customers to upgrade to new models in as little as 12 months to remain competitive in an ever-changing business world.
Roland DG Corporation, a world-leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers, 3D milling machines, and other digital imaging technology, has announced the winners of its Global SE Awards 2018 competition. The event, which took place April 23-25 at Roland DG headquarters in Hamamatsu, Japan, tested the product knowledge and technical skills of top Service Engineers – 28 finalists from around the world that won regional contests within their respective territories. This year’s competition pitted finalists against each other in two categories: Inkjet Printers, and the new 3D Devices category which included dental milling machines.