Top award for Roland DG inkjet printer


Roland DG Corporation’s VersaCAMM VS series of metallic inkjet printer/cutters has been named 2011's Best Wide-Format Print & Cut Device by the European Digital Press (EDP) Association.

"Each year, the EDP awards recognise the printing industry's most innovative technological achievements, and we are proud that our VersaCAMM VS ( taken top honors," said Kevin Shigenoya, Roland DG product marketing executive officer.

"The VersaCAMM VS integrates our most advanced digital printing technologies into an affordable, easy-to-use platform, transforming businesses everywhere with all the creative possibilities of award-winning Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAX ink.”

Available in 64, 54, 42 and 30-inch models, VersaCAMM VS wide-format inkjet printer/cutters produce premium CMYK, white and metallic graphics, on demand, for signs, banners, POP, labels, apparel decoration, vehicle graphics and wraps of all kinds. Featuring Roland Print & Cut technology, the VersaCAMM VS series prints graphics, and then automatically contour cuts them into virtually any shape in one seamless workflow.

Included is VersaWorks RIP software, featuring the Roland Metallic Color System Library for easy, accurate spot color matching of more than 500 metallic colors.

Additionally, VersaWorks includes the Roland Metallic Texture System Library, providing more than 70 patterns and textures that are easy to apply to metallic colors for even greater visual impact.

The VersaCAMM VS Series printer/cutters also come with Roland's unique, automated ink circulation system.

The system automatically reduces waste of white and metallic silver ink for dramatically lower running costs.

Roland DG
Ph: 1800 500 119

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