Southbank Institute’s signwriting apprentices now have access to advanced digital printing and cutting machines.
New advanced digital printing and cutting machines, provided by Roland DG Australia, was installed at Southbank’s Morningside campus.
According to Southbank Institute, the quality of the printing of an oil painting reproduced by the printer was almost like an actual painting that is, because the paper had the quality of canvas and the colours were good and lifelike.
Roland DG praised Southbank Institute of Technology for embracing the new technology.
According to Southbank Institute, the signwriting apprentices attending the Morningside campus would definitely benefit when they graduated. The Roland SP-540V, represents a good investment in the future of the signwriting and printing industries and the future of Southbank Institute’s apprentices.
The Roland SP-540V printer-cutter streamlines and speeds up the production process and it is one of the versatile tools created for the signwriting industry.