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Roland DG becomes Brett Martin’s newest Approved Partner

Brett Martin is pleased to announce that leading manufacturer of wide-format printers, Roland DG, is the latest company to acquire Approved Partner status. Roland DG has been awarded this accolade following the successful testing of a wide range of Brett Martin’s materials on Roland’s VersaUV LEC2 S-Series UV printer and IU-1000F Large Format Flatbed UV printer.

The LEC2 S-Series Flatbed Printers offer the ultimate versatility, printing effortlessly onto a vast array of substrates making it the ideal solution for sign-makers, personalisation houses, industrial printers, and packaging experts. While the IU-1000F, which prints at speeds of up to 116 sqm per hour1, is designed to meet the diverse needs of busy print service providers and commercial printers with unsurpassed performance. During extensive testing, both machines performed well with a vast array of Brett Martin substrates including the Foamalux, Marcryl FS, Marpet-g FS and Marlon FS materials, all of which are ideal options for sign and display applications.
Marc Artigas, EMEA Sales Director for Roland DG says: “Our recent experience printing onto Brett Martin’s materials using our UV flatbed printers was a great success. The high quality of the material, combined with the genuine Roland UV inks, delivered outputs of excellent quality. We’re delighted to now be Approved Partners with Brett Martin across multiple European markets, including the UK & Ireland, Spain, Portugal, and Scandinavia.”
Brett Martin’s Approved Partner Programme sees the Northern Ireland based plastics manufacturer work closely with a number of renowned printing, cutting and now thermoforming machine manufacturers to test and showcase the capabilities of its semi-finished product portfolio.
Duncan Smith, Sales Director for Brett Martin explains, “It is important for us to work alongside companies such as Roland DG. We need to ensure that our products can be successfully printed on the equipment which the market uses. By collaborating with the world’s top manufacturers of processing equipment we can ensure that our products are continuously evolving and performing to the highest standards and kept up to date with the latest technology advances.”



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