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25-Feb-2015 Tropical Cyclones and Roland DG Support
Roland DG would like to extend its thoughts and best wishes to those who have been affected by the recent tropical cyclones in Queensland and Northern Territory. We would like to let you know that we are here to assist, and provide the following information on how to best handle your electronic and production equipment in this situation.
- Water exposure can make equipment dangerous to inspect, test and operate so please use extreme caution in doing so.
- Equipment can short out when powered on as the chassis could become 'live' and endanger lives.
- Always get professional advice before attempting to powering on electrical devices if unsure.
- Water damage and the after effects of water damage will impact on a machines ability to operate.
- Water can damage production equipment, from gears to bearings, rail assemblies, motors, rollers, electronic circuitry and more.
Rust can settle in either immediately or within a short amount of time, this is exacerbated because the water is not 'clean' and can leave residue over components and potentially create electrical shorts.
- High levels of humidity and moisture can enter your equipment. This can, like water itself, cause issues outlined above.
- Power outages and fluctuations can also have a major impact on electrical and electro-mechanical products. Over both the short and long term there are procedures that can assist you when expecting outages that should be implemented, our service people are available to advise specifically for your type of machine/s.
If you require assistance or your business has been affected, please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-500-119. Roland DG will review damaged or moisture affected Roland equipment and advise condition thereof.
Roland DG is endeavouring to find additional ways to assist those affected and has developed assistance programmes accordingly, from special Roland Rental programmes through to new equipment programmes where needed. Please contact Roland DG or your Authorised Roland DG dealer for more details on how we can assist you to get your business back up and running.
Should there be any questions please do not hesitate to contact Roland DG directly for assistance on 1-800-500-119. One of our staff will be more than willing to arrange assistance or offer advice.
Management and Staff of Roland DG Australia Pty Ltd
Hamamatsu, Japan, February 12, 2015 — Roland DG Corporation, a leading worldwide provider of dental milling technologies, today announced the development of a new wet milling dental machine, the DWX-4W, to be exhibited at key dental conferences worldwide beginning in February 2015.
The recent introduction of CAD/CAM software, CNC milling machines and new restorative materials has revolutionised the production of dental prostheses, including crowns, copings and bridges. One of the most popular restorative materials is lithium disilicate, glass ceramic which is gaining support from dental clinics and patients for its superior hardness and aesthetic qualities. Roland developed the DWX-4W milling machine especially to meet the demands of this growing market.
“By providing a device capable of wet milling a wide variety of materials with reliable precision,” said Takuro Hosome, manager of medical business sales at Roland DG, “we plan to complement our existing portfolio of conventional dry milling machines which already receive great support from dental labs worldwide.”
Roland DG has identified a market need that it intends to fill. “In the current market,” Hosome said, “we are familiar with products that combine the functionality of dry milling and wet milling into a single machine. While these machines can process a variety of dental CAD/CAM materials, they require a changeover, however, when switching between wet and dry machining, which entails the disposal of milling residue, then cleaning the inside of the machine and drying out the processing area. Furthermore, the combination of two separate functions in one machine means both functions are compromised to some degree.”
“Roland DG’s multiple device solution,” Hosome continued, “combines dry milling and wet milling with the advantage of being able to handle the simultaneous processing of different materials by both dry and wet milling without the inconvenience and delay of a changeover. Each machine specialises in its intended function, which delivers optimal functionality, and compared to a dual-function machine, is more efficient. Furthermore,” Hosome added, “having separate machines opens up the ability to add an additional unit to meet production demands. For example, if the ratio of work involving zirconia and glass-ceramic is 3:1, an optimal setup could be a combination of a single unit of the flagship DWX-50 5-axis dry milling machine and a DWX-4W, or three 4-axis DWX-4 dry milling machines and a DWX-4W. After that, it is a simple matter to change the setup according to any shift in the workload.”
Upcoming DWX-4W Exhibitions:
LMT LAB DAY Chicago 2015
February 27-28, 2015
Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, USA
March 10-14, 2015
Cologne exhibition center, Cologne, Germany
Booth #：Hall 3.1 Stand L030 M039
36th Australian Dental Congress
March 26-28, 2015
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Australia
20th Dental South China International Expo 2015
April 5-8, 2015
China Import & Export Fair Pazhou Complex, Guangzhou, China
LMT LAB DAY West 2015
May 2, 2015
Hyatt Regency Orange County, Garden Grove, USA
58th Congress Amici di Brugg 2015
May 21-23, 2015
Rimini Fiera, Rimini, Italy
27-Jan-2015 Roland DG Australia Announce 2015 Academy Dates
Sydney, Australia, January 27, 2015 - Roland DG Australia, a leading provider of wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters for professional durable graphics, has released dates for the 2015 Roland DG Academy training course - VersaWorks® Advanced.
Developed by experienced Roland technical specialists, the VersaWorks® Advanced training course is designed to help students to improve print quality, refine production processes, develop workflow efficiencies and enhance overall commercial performance. Providing detailed lessons on how to use both the standard and advanced features of Roland VersaWorks®,the intimate class sizes offer an interactive learning environment and give users the tools and knowledge to take full advantage of the many capabilities of their Roland devices.
The full day course covers topics including:
- Print environment & calibration
- Colour management
- Managing and fine-tuning profiles
- Advanced production techniques and tips
- Workflow Automation
- New features in the latest version of VersaWorks® including built in PANTONE® libraries
- Important maintenance that will help to extend the life of your Roland printer
The courses will run throughout Australia and will commence in Sydney and Melbourne, with dates for other regions to be announced in the future. Spaces are limited, so register today and mark these dates in your calendar:
- 26 March - Sydney
- 9 April - Melbourne
- 18 June - Perth (Venue TBC)
- 9 July - Adelaide (Venue TBC)
- 22 July - Brisbane (Venue Erebus HQ)
- 6 August - Sydney
- 1 October - Melbourne
To register, and for more information visit www.rolanddg.com.au/academy or contact Roland DG on (02) 9975 0000.
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