Roland DG opens new creative centres in Sydney and Melbourne

Roland DG Australia, a manufacturer of wide-format UV-LED inkjet technologies and integrated printer/cutters, has officially opened its new Creative Centre in both its Sydney and Melbourne offices.

The official opening was held on July 1. Roland DG Corporation Japan president, Mr. Masahiro Tomioka was present to cut the tape. 

Roland DG Australia said the Sydney Creative Centre has been expanded to almost double its size to allow for the full range of Roland technologies to be showcased. The expanded space will also be used as a fully functioning demonstration space.

The Melbourne Creative Centre will provide an advanced demonstration and training facility for the southern states, the company said.

The Creative Centres will also with feature colourful graphics and samples to demonstrate the capabilities and applications of the technology the company produces.

Roland DG sales director John Wall said the team has worked with media partners and have used a range of technologies from advanced UV applications to metallic and white inks to test and demonstrate media and ink combinations to construct the Creative Centre.

The company is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.