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Roland DGA Launches New Program to Allow User Upgrades

This program allows the use of many of the enhanced features of the company's upgraded VG2 series machines without the expense of having to buy one.

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Irvine, California-based Roland DGA, the U.S. division of the Japan-based printer company, announces its new “TrueVIS Value-Up Program,” offering current owners of Roland TrueVIS VG series wide-format printer/cutters the opportunity to upgrade the print durability guarantees, capabilities and cutting power of their existing machines. The company says that the upgrade enables TrueVIS VG-640 and VG-540 owners to make their printer/cutters compatible with the latest TR2 inks, print/cut functionalities, and other improvements of Roland’s recently launched TrueVIS VG2 series.

The TrueVIS Value-Up Program gives VG owners access to several VG2 advantages, including TR2 ink compatibility with certified print results on 3M and Avery Dennison media, a wider color gamut with ultra-vivid “True Rich Color” enhancement, new cutting and automated maintenance capabilities, advanced productivity and efficiency features, and much more.

“Our new Value-Up Program offers a quick and easy way for current VG owners to ‘super-charge’ their existing printer/cutters with next-generation TrueVIS VG2 color and performance,” says Daniel Valade, Roland DGA product manager of digital print. “This represents our commitment to providing Roland users with the tools and technologies they need to build their businesses and better serve their customers.”

The VG series machines with new TR2 ink are certified for long-lasting results by the 3M MCS Warranty, and they have also earned Avery Dennison’s ICS Performance Guarantee certification.

Through the Value-Up program, VG owners also obtain a host of new features that improve print and cut accuracy and usability, the company says.

VG-640/540 users can upgrade their devices by downloading the specified firmware and the latest version of VersaWorks 6 RIP software. Click here for more information.

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Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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