Roland DG TrueVIS upgrade delivers ink savings of up to 20%

TrueVIS SG-300

Owners of Roland’s TrueVIS SG and VG Series can now receive 50% of a conversion kit when they upgrade their current TrueVIS device to new TR2 ink.

In addition to this, from the moment of the upgrade, users will be able to benefit from ink savings of up to 20%.

Upgrading to TR2 ink enables super-fast job turnaround times with prints ready to laminate and immediately finish in just six hours for true same day installation. TR2 ink delivers impressive versatility on flexible media with up to 200% stretch and enhanced adhesion for vehicle wraps and graphics. TR2 ink is also ideal for textile decoration applications such as customised apparel, providing increased adhesion on garment films and unmatched performance when washed.

Alongside the ink conversion, the upgrade also gives VG/SG users access to a number of enhanced print and cut functionalities, automated maintenance capabilities, productivity features and more, so you can achieve the very best performance from your device.

This offer supports customers in their move to new TR2 ink in advance of the discontinuation of TR ink. Last shipping date for TR ink for customers in EMEA is Monday, November 30.

Paul Willems, director of business development and product management EMEA, Roland DG, said: “Taking advantage of the discount on the conversion kit now means all TrueVIS VG/SG users will achieve even more spectacular results with TR2 inks for half the price. Incredibly accurate colour reproduction, incredibly fast drying, incredibly good value. TR2 is an award-winning product and now the upgrade is also available to SG owners, it’s great that so many of our customers can enjoy these benefits.”

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