Roland DG has expanded its TrueVIS range of inkjet printer/cutters with the launch of its latest additions to the series, the TrueVIS SG-540 and SG-300.
They have been designed for producing indoor and outdoor advertising, vehicle graphics, banners, posters and displays, as well as labels, decals and apparel heat transfers.
Gino Farina, Roland DG Australia sales director says, “Sign shops and print service providers are looking for an advantage over their competitors by providing high quality printing while keeping operating costs down.
“Small shops in particular will appreciate the outstanding overall value and low cost of ownership of our SG series.”
The new TrueVIS SG series feature Roland DG FlexFire print heads, new four colour TrueVIS ink and integrated print and cut technology. With the addition of the FlexFire print heads, Roland DG promises the new SG series will deliver high-quality output and efficient ink usage by firing precision droplets in three sizes and a wide print swath.
Also included is the TrueVIS ink which come in 500ml pouches that slide into a hidden ink bay, which Roland DG says is a clean and efficient method of storage.
The TrueVIS inks also use eco-solvent ink technology, which the manufacturer says meet strict environmental standards and also offer low consumption at competitive pricing.
Roland DG launched the TrueVIS brand in March this year by rolling out smartphone operated eco-solvent inkjet printer/cutters, the VG-640 and VG-540.
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