Why the Roland TrueVIS VG3 is a Game-Changer for Large Format Printing

Large Format technology is constantly evolving to be better, faster and more efficient than the printer models of years past. With the release of its latest printer/cutter in the TrueVIS VG3 series, Roland has solidified its reputation as one of the most innovative brands in the industry.

Both the VG3-540 and VG3-640 models are advanced wide format printing machines designed to meet the dynamic needs of modern printing businesses, sign shops, retailers and major enterprises. We’ll explore a few of the new features, benefits and upgrades that make TrueVIS a worthwhile investment.

Superior Print Quality

The VG3 series includes a newly designed printhead that delivers exceptional print quality and performance. Advanced True Rich Color technology ensures accurate color reproduction, allowing you to create crisp lines, sharp details and graphics with vibrant and consistent colors that pop. Both models also offer state-of-the-art media handling capabilities, including high-speed printing and automated inkjet maintenance, which yields consistent, reliable results.

In addition to superior print quality, the VG3 series is second to none when it comes to precise cutting capabilities. Whether you’re creating labels and decals or wall decor and vehicle graphics, the new TrueVIS machines can print and cut on small and large scales.


Today’s sign and graphics professionals require versatile printers equipped to handle multiple print applications, from banners and signs to vehicle wraps and backlit displays. The VG3 series supports a variety of inks, including UV, resin and eco-solvent, plus large format media types and substrates, including vinyl, textiles and paper, making it an ideal choice for businesses that need flexibility in their printing capabilities.

User-Centric Design

Roland products are designed with the end user in mind, and this new series of wide format printers is no exception. The VG3 machines are designed for ease-of-use, with features such as a 7-inch LCD touch-panel control, auto-calibration and other intuitive, automated tools. The automated maintenance feature, in particular, ensures the printer is easy to operate and maintain, reducing downtime and increasing productivity.

Powerful RIP Software

Fueled by VersaWorks RIP software and Roland DG Connect, a powerful print operation app, the TruVIS goes above and beyond when it comes to boosting productivity. Roland DG Connect comes with data and visualization tools to optimize your print workflow, while VersaWorks boasts a host of features, including detailed color matching, simplified drag-and-drop functionality and all the tiling, nesting, variable data and color profiling tools you need to produce stunning visual communications.

Additional features include:

  • Automated pinch rollers to ensure accurate print and cut operations
  • Enhanced nozzle mask function, which helps to minimize printer downtime by allowing you to turn off a specific misfiring nozzle band without disrupting production
  • Custom crop options to improve accuracy on long print runs of stickers and decals
  • New media holder and other features to make loading easier
  • Smart media clamps with integrated grooves that don’t interfere with sheet-cutting or need to be removed at any time
  • Perforated sheet cut option, which allows for “easy tear” perforations between print jobs

Roland’s TrueVIS VG3 series large format printers are built to last. With superior print quality, color matching and enhanced product features, the upgraded series is a solid investment for businesses that want to stay on the cutting edge of the wide format printing industry.

If you have questions about the VG3 or want to set up a virtual or in-person demo, don’t hesitate to reach out.