Digital Printing leader Roland DGA Corp. will be showcasing its latest Package Prototyping and UV technologies at GMG Color’s New Product Showcase and Color Management Seminar to be held May 21 in New York City. The one-day event will feature technological advancements from GMG Color – a top developer and supplier of high-end color management software solutions – as well as those from Roland and other GMG partners and associates.
The New Product Showcase and Color Management Seminar will feature groundbreaking products and technology, while also allowing attendees to network with color management experts from all across the country. Those attending will also have opportunities to explore emerging workflow trends and get personalized recommendations for addressing their toughest color management challenges.
According to Roland DGA product manager Steven Tu, Roland will be focusing on the company’s innovative package prototyping and proofing technologies at the event. “Attendees will get to see samples that illustrate how our state-of-the-art UV and eco-solvent printers, with their white, clear and metallic inks and integrated contour cutting, produce realistic packaging, label and collateral prototypes affordably and in record time,” said Tu.
For more information on the GMG New Product Showcase and Color Management Seminar, click here. To learn more about the Roland’s complete lineup of high quality digital printing equipment and accessories, visit www.rolanddga.com.
Roland DGA Corp.
Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., Roland DGA Corp. serves as the U.S.-based marketing, distribution and sales arm of Roland DG Corp. in Hamamatsu, Japan. Celebrating 30 years of innovation, Roland provides business-critical solutions every day to professionals across the sign, grand-format, sublimation, UV inkjet, digital graphics, vehicle graphics, fine art, dental, photography, packaging, label, engraving and 3D modeling industries. Roland DGA is ISO 9001:2008 certified, and Roland DG is ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 certified.
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