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Free Roland DG VersaWorks Dual RIP software upgrade


Roland DG has launched a programme that enables customers to upgrade their existing eligible devices to its powerful Roland Ver- saWorks Dual RIP software, free of charge.


The free upgrade demonstrates “Roland’s commitment to supporting customers in their business growth by providing access to the latest performance-enhancing RIP technology”. Roland VersaWorks Dual builds upon the intuitive, easy-to-use capa- bilities of VersaWorks to provide high-qual- ity printing, while adding enhanced processing and editing functions, to in- crease the efficiency and ease of produc- tion, says the company.


Our proprietary colour management tools and other production- enhancing functions have become important factors in the popularity of Roland products worldwide


Roland VersaWorks Dual enables users to work not only with PostScript® files, but also allows for native processing of PDF files to make sure transparency effects are processed accurately. This saves time by avoiding the need for additional editing processes such as flattening.


White or clear ink data can be generated easily in the RIP, for producing transparent window graphics, stickers and personalised accessories with special effects. The posi- tion and size of special colour data can also be adjusted in the RIP for perfect registra- tion. Features such as rotation and mirroring of data can be configured in the RIP, without the need to return to graphic design soft- ware. For LEF users, the Maintain Clipped Position function enables the printing of designated images only. This feature is par- ticularly useful when extra processes such as clear effects are required for printing spe- cific items.


“A major benefit for our customers is that our software is tailored exclusively for Roland DG printers and printer/cutters, so is optimised to maximise their performance and ease of use. Our proprietary colour management tools and other production-en- hancing functions have become important


factors in the popularity of Roland products worldwide,” says Akinaga Nozawa, product manager of Roland DG’s digital printing business


Roland VersaWorks Dual is available for the following models:


• SOLJET PRO 4 XR-640


• VersaCAMM VS-640i/540i/300i, SP-540i/300i


• VersaSTUDIO BN-20 • VersaEXPRESS RF-640


• VersaUV LEJ-640/LEJ-640FT, LEC-540/330, LEF-20/LEF-12


• Texart RT-640


For customers who are already using Ver- saWorks Dual, a free upgrade to the latest version is also available.


www.rolanddg.com / www.rolanddg.co.uk


GPT appoints national hardware sales manager


Graphic Printing Technologies (GPT) has appointed Adam Booth as its new national hardware sales manager. Adam has 18 years sales experience in the large format printing market and previously worked for Repropoint (GDL), Fujifilm and Perfect Colours


Shaun Thompson, General Manager of GPT, said: “In addition to developing our po- sition as a leading UK reseller of Mimaki printers, Adam will be instrumental in gen- erating further opportunities and market


growth in the HP Latex and HP Scitex Flatbed market. His product knowledge and technical expertise will be a huge benefit to our customers.”


Adam said: “GPT have an impressive prod- uct portfolio that covers printers, cutters, fin- ishing equipment and consumables from many of the industry’s market-leading man- ufacturers. They have a huge focus on cus- tomer service and support, which I believe is crucial to developing sustainable growth. As part of Amari Plastics, GPT uses its


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financial and operational strength to ensure it is a secure, reliable and comprehensive partner to all its customers.”


The arrival of Adam comes soon after the appointment of Dave Moore as media sales manager. Shaun said: “It is important to give the customer a complete large format solu- tion, and a broad media range is vital to that offering.”


www.g-p-t.co.uk


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