For the first time in five years, Roland DG now has a fully operational Creative Centre in Melbourne. The inaugural of the Creative Centre was attended by the Regional President and CEO, Roland DG, Chi Hun (Charles) Seo and local management, plus dealers and customers from all over Australia. As Roland DG Product & Marketing Manager Greg Stone mentioned that they were just about to sign a new lease when the first COVID lockdown happened. Naturally that was put on hold but we now have this fully functional Creative Centre to support our customers and resellers.
The new Melbourne Creative Centre of Roland DG is decorated, walls and doors alike, in Re-board recyclable fluted fibre panels from Spicers and printed, die-cut and converted by Melbourne shop All of the walls and doors are made from Re-Board from Spicers, note the flutes in this handle Resolution Imaging. The products at the centre are Versa UV LEFZ-3000; VersaStudio GS2-24; TrueVis VG3-540; TrueVis MG-640; VersaStudio BN-20; CAMM-1 GR2-640 vinyl cutter; and DG Shape milling machines DWX-42W & DWX-53DC.