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Roland Se Une a la Furia con El Auto de Fórmula Uno Lotus de Mad Max

Roland Se Une a la Furia con El Auto de Fórmula Uno Lotus de Mad Max Lo más probable es que la mayoría de usuarios de equipos de rotulación de vehículos Roland y otros fanáticos de las máquinas Roland ya hayan visto la película Mad Max: Furia en el Camino, con su espectacular variedad de hot-rods y demás máquinas extrañas y maravillosas. Lo que usted quizás no sepa es que Roland DG jugó un pequeño papel en la promoción de esta película con un muy especial auto de fórmula uno que parece haber pasado más tiempo en los desolados desiertos de Australia persiguiendo al elusivo Max que en una pista de carreras.

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Getting Under the Hood of our New Pro 4 Line

Our new SOLJET® Pro 4 line is taking off like a rocket. In fact, we can’t build these printers fast enough. While this success can be attributed to many factors, we would like to take this opportunity to shine the spotlight behind the scenes – and give our exceptional Global One product development team the credit it deserves.

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Off to Japan

Votes have been counted, and samples have been securely packed. While the Roland Creative Awards have been closed to entries for months now, final judging hasn’t taken place yet. In the next few days, regional winners from around the world will be headed to our headquarters in Japan for a tour, celebration, and awarding of the grand prizes, which include Roland hardware.

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Vote for Roland!

Here in the US, the 2012 elections are almost a year away, but you can vote for Roland right now in what will also undoubtedly be a hotly contested race. Don’t worry, I’ll never use this space to discuss politics, but Roland products have been nominated for the 2012 Wide Format Imaging Readers’ Choice Top Product Awards in 5 categories.

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Graph Expo, Pack Expo, Great Expos!

You know it’s fall when trade shows seem to be back-to-back all the way through October, and 2011 is no different. GraphExpo’s been around for some time now, and while it’s changed (see Jim Raffel’s blog about the history of Graph Expo), this year was a good show for us with quite a bit of interest around our VersaUV lineup with a specific interest in what LED-UV curing inks allow you to print on. Packaging and labels were high on the interest list, as well as being able to print onto commercial print stock for proofing. Also at the show, we had the VS-series units showing metallic proofing applications, which really pave the way as a replacement of aging Kodak Approvals out in the field (at a dramatically lower per print cost).

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