Roland DGA Expands Value-Up Program for TrueVIS VG and SG Printer/Cutters

Company also announces the discontinuation date for first-generation TR inks.
Roland DGA Expands Value-Up Program for TrueVIS VG and SG Printer/Cutters

Roland DGA (Irvine, CA) has introduced the expansion of its TrueVIS Value-Up Program to include TrueVIS SG series models, in addition to the already-eligible VG series.

SG and VG customers may download free firmware updates that will permit their machines to run with the new TR2 second-generation inks.

Starting in February 2021, first-generation TR inks will no longer be available from Roland DGA. The company has encouraged users to complete their “Value-Up” by January 2021. "Performing this simple upgrade will allow owners of our first-generation SG and VG models to reap the benefits of our new TR2 inks as well as many of the advanced capabilities of our next-generation TrueVIS SG2 and VG2 printer/cutters," said Daniel Valade, Roland DGA’s product manager of digital print.

For more information, visit rolanddga.com.

Signs of the Times February 2020

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