Roland DGA Launches New Texart Dye-Sublimation Printer Promotion | Roland

Roland DGA Launches New Texart Dye-Sublimation Printer Promotion

 Roland DGA Texart Dye-Sublimation Printer Promotion

Irvine, Calif., April 18, 2017 – Those in the market for a state-of-the-art dye-sublimation inkjet can take advantage of Roland DGA’s new Texart Sublimation Printer Promotion to get legendary Roland quality, reliability, service and support at an unbeatable price. The promo, valid from April 19 through June 23, 2017, offers savings of up to $4,000 on the purchase of a new Texart series wide-format printer.

Customers who act within the promotional period can save $3,000 on the purchase of a new Texart RT-640, or $4,000 on the purchase of new Texart XT-640.  Both 64-inch models come with included ErgoSoft Roland Edition RIP software and are ideal for a wide variety of dye-sublimation applications ranging from soft signage and apparel to promotional items and interior décor.  Designed for maximum ease-of-use, the RT-640 boasts an advanced 8-channel print head, an automatic feed adjuster and media take-up system, an innovative Roland Ink Switching System for uninterrupted printing, a Printer Assist iPad app for remote operation, and more. The XT-640, uniquely engineered for high-volume print environments, incorporates  dual print heads for faster print speeds and even greater productivity.

To capitalize on these great, limited-time offers, contact an authorized Roland dealer near you. For more information on the Texart RT-640 or XT-640 dye-sublimation printers, or the complete Roland product lineup, visit

About Roland DGA

Roland DGA Corporation serves North and South America as the marketing, sales and distribution arm for Roland DG Corporation. Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG of Hamamatsu, Japan is a worldwide leader in wide-format inkjet printers for the sign, apparel, textile, packaging and vehicle graphics markets; engravers for awards, personalization and ADA signage; photo impact printers for direct part marking; and 3D printers and CNC milling machines for rapid prototyping, part manufacturing and the medical and dental CAD/CAM industries.