Roland DGA (Irvine, CA) has announced the launch of its Roland DG Connect app, which provides data to users that help them keep their devices and overall operations running at optimum performance.
Free to new and existing Roland DG owners, the new app is currently available for use with all TrueVIS series printer and printer/cutter models.
Roland DG Connect provides access to key performance data, allowing the user to monitor device activity and increase print production efficiency. The app features a color-coded dashboard that provides an instant view of statistics like ink usage per cartridge, while also showing a printing volume timeline for periods of up to 30 days.
Additionally, it displays information for optimizing the health of a printer, such as print head manual cleaning frequency, wiper life status, and levels of liquid waste. By providing this data, the app aims to minimize downtime and maintenance.
TrueVIS owners can get started with the Roland DG Connect by first registering online at the Roland DG Connect page, and then downloading the app.
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