Roland DG invites you to get inspired at Creative Centre Experience Day
Roland DG UK is inviting customers to get inspired at its upcoming Creative Centre Experience Day. This free event, taking place on Wednesday 1 November at the company’s Clevedon head office, will showcase 50 ways to make money with its technology, and highlight how users can boost their profits by targeting emerging and often untapped markets.
The Creative Centre Experience Day will showcase how the technology can bring new ideas and applications to life. Visitors will be able to freely explore the Creative Centre and are invited to attend the educational sessions which will take place throughout the day.
The objective of the event is for customers to leave armed with the knowledge and skills they need to create more products and more profit with their Roland technology. Workshops and tutorials will take place throughout the day to educate visitors on all aspects of print – from hardware and software updates through to the very latest applications.
The schedule for the event is flexible and visitors can join the team for the entire day or just turn up for specific sessions. They will be offered the chance to spend one to one time with product experts, producing files, getting technical advice, or learning new applications. There will also be a training session on how to embrace social media to boost business, whilst the RolandCare clinic will advise customers on how best to look after their machines. The Experience Day will be rounded off with a brainstorming session that will highlight up to 50 new ways to make money.
The very latest Roland DG technology will also be showcased at the event, including the new VersaUV S-Series of UV-LED flatbed and belt printers. With the S-Series it is possible to direct print quality graphics, images, textured and embossed effects onto virtually any substrate or object, rigid or flexible, up to 200 mm in height. The applications are almost endless, and include the volume production of personalised goods, industrial marking, specialty signage and exhibition graphics, packaging prototypes and much more.
With a distinctive collection of works from top Roland DG artists and craftspeople from around the world, the Creative Centre has plenty on show to inspire. The list of samples is almost endless – from surfboards, beer pumps, guitar wraps and mini motorcycles to custom printed suits, Russian dolls, arcade machine wraps, and much more.
Finally, the company invites attendees to challenge its Creative Centre team with weird and wonderful application ideas for print. The most imaginative application will be printed and displayed in the Creative Centre, and the winner will take away a voucher to attend an upcoming Roland DG Academy course of their choice.
For further information, please see www.rolanddg.co.uk