Make the prototype, the pitch and the sale
Eye catching packaging is what makes one product stand out from all the others on the shelves in the supermarket, cosmetic store and everywhere else. It is the visual identity that makes an impact and choosing just the right design is key.
Thanks to Roland DG’s inkjet technology, packaging companies can bring the proofing process in-house and make their pitch showing a realistic proof with great colours and stunning effects.
Luxury FMCG prototypes
In the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) sector great print samples are critical to business success, and a key part of any client presentation. Using Roland DG's UV technology, you can produce mock-ups on a wide variety of materials; enabling your client to see exactly what the finished object will look like.
Compatible with a wide variety of substrates ideal for cosmetic, food and beverage packaging; UV inks allows you to quickly and effectively enhance proofs and packaging mock-ups with special effects, including gloss, matt and embossed finishes on short print runs.
Unprecedented media support
Optimise quality and efficiency
With Roland DG’s powerful VersaWorks 6 RIP software, you can access a wide range of material profiles for optimal ink application, alongside a variety of other benefits:
- Intuitive operation
- Support for multiple devices
- Variable Data Printing
Roland DG partners with a number of Colour Management Partners, to enable you to handle all your proofing and colour management needs. Get in touch for more details.
Reduce your production time, increase your profits
Samples and prototypes are an essential part of your business, and traditional methods can take considerable production time and resources. And after this costly investment they can often result in a ‘representative’ sample rather than an accurate prototype.
Expenses can mount with offset printing for colour proofs and small-lot production. With a separate printing plate dedicated to each colour, corrections are costly – and recovery of these costs can be difficult. Roland DG UV printer/cutters do not require any printing plates or separate die-cutting equipment. As a result, production costs and times are minimised.
An in-house prototyping, packaging and proofing solution
With Roland DG’s range of digital technology, you can bring your prototyping production in house, meaning you are able to quickly produce tangible prototypes to test ergonomics, fit, form, function and pattern-making, with the obvious benefits of eliminating the delays, expense and communication difficulties associated with outsourcing - all of which makes perfect business sense.