When the world is ready for the ultimate football event FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia (June 14- July 15), Roland DG is flying the flag for England team at its Creative Centre in Clevedon. The company requests football fans to join them on June 26 for a day of World Cup-themed footie fun and some incredibly innovative printing. Things will kick off in the Creative Centre from 10am, where visitors will be able to see Roland’s league-topping print solutions in action. There’ll also be plenty of giveaways on offer, with official footballs and England shirts up for grabs. As if that wasn’t enough, visitors will have the chance to customise their new shirts using the Roland TrueVIS wide-format printers. Meanwhile, they’ll also be able to get answers to any questions they have about the TrueVIS range and wide-format printing in general, with demonstrations and Q&A sessions throughout the day.
Aside from all the footie fun, the VersaUV S-Series printer is expected to be the star of the show. The new S-Series is available in flatbed and belt configurations and is already being used to create every-thing from packaging prototypes to printed flight cases. With 200mm of vertical space, there’s practically no limit to the range of objects that can be customised. The team at Roland DG openly invite visitors to a ‘What Can You Print?’ challenge to demonstrate the versatility of the solution. Even if they don’t bring their own test objects, print pros can still become soccer stars by printing their own pocket-sized toy figurine in their favourite team’s colours.
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