To enter, customers can upload a video to their YouTube Channel, including a brief testimonial about their experience with Roland inks, submit it for approval on the Roland "Why I Use Roland Inks" YouTube Group and then complete an entry form on the Roland DGA Web site. Videos up to one minute in length are accepted and must show the customer's Roland inkjet printer or printer /cutter.
4 INDUSTRY NEWS Roland Opens Ink Video TAPPI Holding Tissue Runnability Course Contest for Entries TAPPI will hold its 2010 Tissue Topics covered include: Roland DGA Corp. announced a new Runnability Course this spring for the contest inviting customers to share the first time in several years. Last held in • Understanding the impact of recycled success they have had using the com- 2005, this course offers skills training furnishes on paper characteristics pany’s inks. for professionals involved in tissue and towel production at many levels. • Incorporating principles of wet-end The “Why I Use Roland Inks” contest chemistry into the machine operation launched on YouTube where Roland Course instructors designed the curricu- customers can post original videos lum to deliver a thorough understanding • Improving the cleaning and condition- telling the world what they like about of the tissue-making process, how to ing of felts and wires Roland inks. Video entries will be diagnose problems, run smooth opera- accepted through May 31, and win- tions, prevent snags and increase quality • Recognizing causes of tissue runnabil- ners will be announced June 14 via the and production. ity problems in the press/Yankee/hood Roland Web site, Twitter and YouTube. drying systems Online registration is now open. The Two winners will be selected, and the course will be held April 19-21 at • Identifying improvement opportuni- grand prize, a year’s supply of Roland TAPPI’s new training facility at its ties on the dry-end of the paper machine inks valued at $5,000, will go to the Norcross, Ga. headquarters. most “compelling” video entry as • Pinpointing problems with the Yankee judged by Roland’s creative team. The The three-day course is developed for dryer steam, coating, and hood systems engineers, machine and technical teams, to increase machine productivity. or lead operators involved in the effi- ciency and quality of their plant’s opera- More information about the course tions. Participants will learn how to run schedule, including CEUs available, production with optimum settings for registration and fees are available at peak performance on various systems. www.tappi.org. Print Research Forms To Help Businesses Adapt
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