• User Stories 1


    Sihl Direct placed the first Texart RT-640 in the Benelux at TMB in Schijndel (NL). Roland DG’s RT-640 new advanced sublimation printer can be used with eight colours, including orange and violet.

  • Arktis

    Arktis, which is based in Rosendahl (Münsterland), is a major Apple Reseller in Germany. The company recently decided to purchase a VersaUV LEF printing system from Roland DG in order to expand its business opportunities. Rainer Wolf, Managing Director of Arktis GmbH since it was established in 1998, was very upbeat about the turnover generated from new products created by the printing system.

  • User Stories 2


    Red Dragon Flagmakers is a traditional sewn flag maker based in South Wales supplying flags to all market sectors. In 2014 it was the Official Supplier of ceremonial flags to the NATO Wales Summit 2014 in Newport. Red Dragon Flagmakers is run by CEO and 2006 UK Businesswoman of the Year, Jo Ashburner, and a team of trustees. The company prints and sews a wide range of highest quality flags and textile goods and is the only flagmaker in the UK incorporated and run as a social enterprise.

  • User Stories 3

    M.A.D.A.R. Souvenir customizing memories

    Located on the outskirts of Rome, M.A.DA.R. Souvenir designs, produces and distributes souvenirs, including mugs, T-shirts, non-woven bags, and magnets for the 7 to 10 million tourists visiting Rome each year. Its corporate philosophy is to always offer the highest quality of products and services, guaranteeing precious memories for customers. M.A.DA.R. Souvenir uses the Texart RT-640 to decorate...

  • User Stories 4

    Lotus F1 Team creates ‘Mad Max’ Inspired F1 Car using Roland DG Technology

    Lotus F1 Team, in co-operation with Warner Bros. Pictures, has created a new F1 racing machine suitable for a post-apocalyptic future. The new car - the Lotus F1 Team Mad Max Hybrid - was created to coincide with the May 15th launch of the 2015 epic action adventure Mad Max: Fury Road , from Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures. The rat-look Lotus Hybrid was fitted with a new skin...

  • User Stories 5

    Next Issue

    Belgian design studio Next Issue has printed an entire city in 3D using the Roland ARM-10 3D printer. The skyscrapers and modern architecture remind one of New York. The buildings have a maximum height of 6 cm and are extremely realistic representations of modern-day buildings. “It's fantastic to see how even the smallest design details are printed with such precision. It also offers a lot of satisfaction to be able to see one's creative fantasies become reality,” says Maarten Bloemen, 3D designer.

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    Vermeulen & Vermeulen Reclame

    Marcel Vermeulen was one of the first in the Netherlands to be professionally involved in car wrapping. His company, Vermeulen & Vermeulen Reclame, is still a well-known name in the vehicle lettering and wrapping industry. Marcel is strong minded in his choice for the production of stickers. He opts for Roland: ‘The machines are wonderful. They are easy to operate, and the prints are beautiful.'

  • User Stories 9


    The Dutch company Deltavorm makes about 1.000 models a year for wine gums, liquorice and other sweets. They use a Roland MDX-540 for the production of proofs for candy stamps.