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October '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2017 • 13 Roland DGA and Drytac Announce Partnership Irvine, California-based Roland DGA, a manufacturer of wide-format printers, cutters and engraving devices, announces a partnership with Richmond, Virginia-based Drytac, an international manufacturer of adhesive-coated products and finishing equipment. Under the agreement, the two companies will create a portfolio of print media color profiles and cross-promote products. The two companies say they have also shared resources to improve overall work process efficiencies and productivity for cus- tomers who use their products. A Roland printer has been installed in Drytac's Richmond, Virginia showroom, and in turn, Drytac's JetMounter laminator has been supplied for use at Roland's demo center in Wilmington, Massachusetts. Additionally, the two com- panies recently conducted a wrap workshop at National Business Media's WRAPSCON event in Long Beach, California, displaying how Roland printers and Drytac laminators can work together in a vehicle wrap workflow. Print media from Drytac are listed in the Roland Profile Center, where users can select the Roland printer, ink configuration, and RIP manufacturer to be used. Once these have been specified, users can download the necessary color profiles for their media of choice. "Our partnership with Roland DGA brings immense value, and we are thrilled to be working together," says Darren Speizer, Drytac vice president of sales and marketing. "This new relationship gives us the opportunity to share industry knowledge across organizational teams while simultaneously promoting Drytac print media to multiple wide- format graphic audiences." Orbus Doubles Graphic Print Capabilities Woodridge, Illinois-based trade show display and exhibit manufacturer Orbus Exhibit & Display Group announces that it has recently doubled its dis- play graphic printing capability. The company added equipment at both its Woodridge headquarters and at its Las Vegas facility. The new equipment includes a 340 Reggiani Renoir textile printer capable of print- ing 8,000 square feet per hour, and an EFI FabriVu 340, which can print up to 3,000 square feet per hour. These investments allow Orbus to offer increased ben- efits to dealer partners, such as reduced turn times, superior graphic DPI output and quality, as well as remarkable turn times for large volume orders, accord- ing to the company. "We are delighted to have partnered with EFI/ Reggiani for our latest digital fabric printing solutions," says Jaime Lynn Herand, Orbus' vice president and director of group graphic operations. "Orbus is confi- dent that the recent additions will allow us to serve our customers faster and continue to enhance the overall quality of our graphics."

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