The Dutch sign specialist Gielen Reclame (Valkenswaard) is incredibly enthusiastic about the successful beta test of the new 8-colour TrueVIS VG2 printer/cutter from Roland. So happy, in fact, that Chris Gielen immediately purchased two machines: “The addition of the new orange ink now provides us with the opportunity to make even better prints with certain corporate identity colours.”
Gielen Reclame, along with a sign maker in Denmark and Renault F1 Team, is one of the three European companies that have subjected the new generation TrueVIS from Roland DG to extensive practical testing. The Dutch company has a great deal of experience with Roland devices – there were already six Roland printers in the production hall, and with the investment in two TrueVIS VG2 devices there are now eight – and was therefore the ideal customer to push the boundaries of this new printer.
The TrueVIS VG2 is the latest generation printer/cutter from Roland DG. “In its development, we were able to build on more than 30 years of knowledge and experience with 16 previous generations of products in the print & cut market segment that is so important to us,” says Karel Sannen, Marketing Manager at Roland DG, Benelux. “We have introduced more than 40 new and improved functions and features – in the hardware, but also in the software and the ink, including orange ink for an even wider colour gamut. Together, these improvements ensure even better performance than previous generations. I am convinced that the TrueVIS VG2 truly sets the new standard in large format printing solutions. And that’s why I am happy that our beta test customers endorse that view as well.”
The TrueVIS VG2, introduced in March, is available in various ink configurations, including CMYK x 2 and CMYKLcLmLk with orange or white in the eighth colour channel.