Roland DG release new guide to print and cut technology

February 18, 2020

Print Solutions

 

Throughout 2019 Roland DG launched a slew of new devices, taking its solutions into a new stage of evolution. 

 

From the second generation TrueVis solutions, the SG2 and VG2 ranges of printer/cutters, to the LEC2-300 UV-LED printer/cutter, the company aims to boost productivity and versatility among customers. 

 

These new devices stand side by side with stalwart classics like the VersaStudio BN-20 desktop printer cutter and the Soljet Pro4 XR-640 high speed printer cutter, and to help users navigate this bountiful catalogue, the company has now released the new ‘Roland Guide to Print and Cut’. 

 

 

This new guide covers every aspect of running a print and cut business, from basic concepts all the way to choosing the most suitable device. Prospective business owners can get an idea of the investment needed to get started in this field while existing print service providers can find inspiration for product diversification.

 

Instead of merely producing signage and labels, the guide demonstrates how easy it is to branch into other applications like vehicle wraps and garment decoration, with plenty more inspiration in the form of Roland DG customer case studies.

 

‘As a company which deals with several print and cut solutions, we have recognised the need for a high level guide to this versatile technology,’ said Joe Wigzell, Roland DG (UK)’s Academy and Creative Centre manager.

 

‘Given the growing popularity of these devices, there are a lot of new players entering the market without the background knowledge to help them make a wise investment. With this guide, we hope we have created a valuable resource for both beginners and print veterans.’

 

The Roland Guide to Print and Cut can be downloaded for free from the company’s website.  

 

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