Roland MPX-70 - PMA 2006 Show|
The 10th Annual DIMA Innovative Digital Product Awards honor unique products featured at the PMA 2006 International Convention & Trade Show. Digital imaging editors who judged exhibiting products selected only 17 out of the hundreds of digital products on display. For the first time in the event's history, winners were announced at the Sneak Peak press event held the day before the PMA Show on February 25. This allowed show attendees to easily identify the most innovative products in 2006.
Roland MPX-70 photo impact printer
“The Roland MPX-70 lets photographers grow their business with a wide range of personalized giftware,” said Neil Zdunkawicz, Roland ASD marketing manager. “We are thrilled that it earned DIMA’s Innovative Digital Product Award 2006, which is known throughout the industry for recognizing top-performing technologies.”
Roland MPX70 - Imprints digital images
The MPX-70 Photo Impact Printer imprints digital images into hard acrylic and metal surfaces, including aluminum, stainless steel, brass, gold, silver and platinum. The desktop device uses an advanced carbide-tipped stylus to strike the surface with high speed and precision. It accurately reproduces the delicate gradations of halftone images, line art and text. The Roland MPX70 produces brilliant, photo-realistic graphics in three different modes. Text mode delivers 265dpi output, photo mode achieves 353dpi, and the high resolution mode pulls off an amazing 529dpi. Pendants can be produced in less than six minutes. With a USB port, the Roland MPX-70 sets up as easily as a desktop printer. Once it’s up and running, the desktop device is ready to imprint in just three quick steps. Import an image via scanner or digital camera. Layout and edit the graphics. And press print.
Roland DGA Corporation - A History of Innovation Worldwide
Roland DGA Corporation is the U.S.-based marketing, distribution and sales arm of Roland DG Corporation of Hamamatsu, Japan, a worldwide leader in the sign, graphic arts, fine art, photography, engraving and 3D modeling industries. Founded in 1981, Roland DG is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange and is affiliated with Roland Corporation, well known for producing sophisticated music synthesizers and other related technologies. Roland DG finds its technology roots in the music industry as well; advanced plotting technology, upon which the company was founded, was originally used to record the sound waves for Roland Corporation is renowned line of music synthesizers. This technology quickly garnered widespread acceptance during the CAD/CAM revolution of the 1980s and provided the basis for new generations of digital input and output technologies to follow.