30 Years in Business for Roland DG Australia
This year, Roland DG will mark a significant achievement in the industry, by celebrating a milestone 30 years of business in Australia.
Established in 1988, Roland DG Australia was one of the first international subsidiaries of Roland DG Corporation Japan. Since then, Roland DG Australia has grown to become a leading supplier to the Australian sign and display industry, and the 3D and Dental CAD/CAM markets.
Over the past 30 years, Roland DG technology has helped many businesses across Australia to grow and to help turn their imagination into reality. We hope to do so for many more years into the future.
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Academy Dates and Locations for 2018
VersaWorks: Beyond the Basics 2018
VersaWorks: Beyond the Basics has been developed to improve users’ knowledge of VersaWorks and VersaWorks Dual, thereby increasing their productivity. Following on from 2017’s successful training course, VersaWorks: Beyond the Basics will be held across the country once again in 2018.
Since its inception in 2009, Roland DG’s VersaWorks training courses have been responsible for accrediting more than 600 students. Over 95% of those surveyed have said that they would recommend the course to others and many more have given positive feedback on how relevant, informative and easy-to-understand the course is.
Dates and locations for 2018 have now been confirmed and are listed on our website. With a maximum 8 people per class, you will need to get in quick to secure your place online.
More Info on Dates, Locations and Booking
Roland User Story
Roland Milling Machine Opens Up Opportunities for Space Tank Customers
Based in Melbourne, Space Tank is a product development company that rents out its 15 studios to start-ups and innovators so that they can access the company’s huge range of prototyping technology like multi axis milling, 3D printing, vacuum forming, laser cutting as well as industrial wood and metal working machinery. Space Tank also gives product developers access to business networks to help them prototype products, commercialise their IP, accelerate their brands, establish business networks and reach broader markets.
Holger Dielenberg, Founder/Director of Space Tank, recently purchased a Roland MDX-50 desktop milling machine to add to Space Tank’s range of milling and prototyping machines. He researched almost every type of desktop milling machine available on the market, and chose the MDX-50 due to the availability of local technical support, “refinement and strength of the machine,” and the fact that it is already being used by many university students in Melbourne.
Personalising Smartphones and Tablets
In the digital age of personal electronics, smartphones and tablets have become extensions of ourselves, holding our memories, our friends, our bank details, and many other important aspects of our lives. Beautifully designed but mostly generic, they are blank canvasses that beg to be customised to reflect our own personalities. Customising personal electronics is big business and many graphics providers are enjoying great success by supplying custom smartphone covers, tablet skins, decals, and even direct printing onto smartphones and tablets.
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