• User Stories 1

    Say it with soap

    A company in Jabbeke, Belgium is using soap as a means of communication. Françoise Descheemaeker from "Say it with Soap" uses the Roland EGX-350 engraving machine to personalise all kinds of soaps.

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    FabLab+

    A new fab lab has opened in Antwerp. An impressive number of machines have been installed in an industrial environment with the intention of offering students and non-profit organisations the opportunity to create innovative products. 'Roland is highly active in education and that really appealed to us. We feel really good about this and also about the support we’ve had.’

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    Hands-on

    After a career as a lecturer in industrial design, Carl Grimmelprez from Ypres in Belgium founded a laboratory where he makes special prototypes, including a plastic saxophone. His Roland milling machine plays an important role in the production process.

  • Image Sign

    Specialist in vehicle wrapping, Image Sign in Wijhe (NL) was the first to buy two wide-format, Roland SOLJET EJ-640 printers in Europe. This way, the company is responding to the growing demand for full colour advertising on vehicles.

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    All Jobs

    For All Jobs in Uithoorn (the Netherlands), parking is more than just some place to put your car. The company supplies complete signposting and route information systems for parking garages. The outfitting of parking garages requires a great deal printing work.

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    New-Innolab

    New-Innolab, a leading product design agency from Venlo (Netherlands), uses a Roland DG milling machine to create extremely accurate moulds for plastic utensils. The company is situated in the basement of an old monastery, which was turned into a futuristic office by the owner, Ton Tesink.

  • AK Media

    André van Keulen of the Utrecht based company AK Media is an expert in printing all possible promotional items. Pens, CD boxes or waffle cans are increasingly printed and personalized in small numbers.

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    Lotus F1 Team

    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 printed on a Roland DG’s SOLJET PRO4 XR-640 using a 3M™ Wrap Film 1080-M230 Matte Grey Aluminum, an unlaminated metallic film from 3M.

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