Roland DG Australia is a well-known manufacturer of inkjet devices, milling and engraving machines, vinyl cutters, 3D scanners, and a jewellery wax model maker.
Paul Morris Motorsports Greg Murphy debuted his new Castrol EDGE Commodore at the recent Clipsal 500 in Adelaide and now team mate, 2005 V8 Supercar Champion Russell Ingall has put PMM's advance high-performance machine through its initial track test.
Ingall shook down PMM's new Roland SOLJET PRO III XC-540 wide format printer, which has been installed at the team's Gold Coast headquarters as part of its new sponsorship agreement with Roland DG Australia.
Roland DG Australia said that the SOLJET PRO III XC-540 is the high-volume production tool for indoor and outdoor banners, signs, vehicles, decals, POP displays and more, and it is the advanced printer/cutter in the printing industry.
PMM runs two Holdens in the V8 Supercar Championship Series, the 39 Supercheap Auto Racing Commodore for Ingall and the 51 Castrol EDGE Commodore for four time Bathurst 1000 winner Greg Murphy, along with the Supercheap Auto Eagle Sprintcar in various speedway events for team owner Paul Morris.
PMM will use the SOLJET PRO III XC-540 for all of its team signage requirements, including its race and display cars, team transporter and workshop displays.
It will also be utilised by Holden, The Driving Centre, at which PMM is based, and the popular V8 Superschool, also based at the Norwell complex.