Roland DG takes colour to the next level with TrueVIS VF2-640

TrueVIS VF2-640

Roland DG has further expanded its award-winning TrueVIS range with the new TrueVIS VF2-640, engineered to deliver incredible colour reproduction and outstanding performance on signs, backlits, posters, vehicle wraps and more.

Building on the success of TrueVIS VG2 and SG2 printer/cutter solutions, the new TrueVIS VF2-640 large format inkjet printer features GREENGUARD Gold-certified TR2 ink in green, orange, white and CMYKLcLmLk. This colour gamut works with the new True Rich Colour pre-set to make it simple to combine vibrant shades with neutral greys, smooth gradations and natural skin tones to achieve unrivalled colour quality. In addition, the bundled RIP and print management software, VersaWorks 6, is designed to simplify operation while maximizing the power of your VF2-640.

An early adopter of the TrueVIS VF2-640 is WLM Design BV, a specialist in motorsport graphics and clothing based in the Netherlands. Owner Wisja Lamers said: “We have been using the TrueVIS VF2-640 for the past few months to produce custom stickers and have been surprised by its performance. Its ease of handling and ability to match spot colours is a fantastic benefit to us and our customers.”

Paul Willems, director of business development and product management, Roland DG EMEA, added: “The TrueVIS VF2-640 is an exciting addition that will elevate the work of sign businesses and print service providers. As a print-only device the VF2-640 offers ultimate flexibility to users who may want to upgrade their existing printer or invest in just the technology they need.

“For a host of applications, the TrueVIS VF2-640 will push production to the next level while delivering astonishing colours. The addition of green, as well as orange and white, really does allow the creation of stunning graphics.”

The TrueVIS VF2-640 is available to customers in the EMEA region.

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