Roland DG on show at AUSPACK PLUS


Global printing specialists Roland DG will focus on packaging proofing and prototyping as well as short run labelling solutions at AUSPACK PLUS 2011 next month.

Roland DG will unveil its VersaUV series UV-LED inkjet printers on Stand 344 at the show at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Across a vast array of substrates, the Roland VersaUV series print CMYK plus White plus Clear Coat and automatically contour cut for unmatched versatility.

With the ability to reproduce realistic textures and 3D effects, the VersaUV series create a variety of graphics from design prototypes to comprehensive layouts and small-lot production of specialty graphics.

Newly formed partnerships with CMS vendors allow the VersaUV series to easily integrate into industry standard workflows.

“In the past, producing quality prototypes required expensive equipment and long, complex production cycles,” said Conrad Birkett, Business Development & Product Manager, Roland DG.

“The VersaUV series allows you to produce exceptional quality packaging prototypes quickly and easily, and gives company’s better presentation capabilities without increasing their costs for personnel or production,” he said.

AUSPACK PLUS, which is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association, will be held from March 22-25.

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