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COVID-19: Operating Updates (4/01/2020)

April 6th – Wednesday only in-town deliveries
March 25th – Curbside pickup available

Responding to COVID-19. Click to read complete updates…

Far From Normal Supply is a leading supplier of sign making equipment and supplies. We are partnered with the top names in the industry and have the experience to properly sell and support them. We are located in Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

Introducing our…NEW ONLINE STORE!

Ordering features include

  • Shop 24 hours a day
  • See current pricing
  • Create favorites shopping list
  • Review frequently ordered items
  • Track orders
  • Mobile friendly
  • View and pay invoices

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Upcoming Events…

NBM Indianapolis
June 11-13th
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Wichita Open House Event
Summer of 2020!
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Roland DGA Launches TrueVIS Value Up Program

Roland DGA has announced the launch of its new “TrueVIS™ Value-Up Program,” offering current owners of Roland TrueVIS VG series wide-format printer/cutters the opportunity to upgrade the print durability guarantees, capabilities and cutting power of their existing inkjets. This upgrade enables TrueVIS VG-640 and VG-540 owners to make their printer/cutters compatible with the latest TR2 inks*, print/cut functionalities, and other improvements of Roland’s recently launched TrueVIS VG2 series.

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Preparing Your Roland For Periods Of Non-Use

Roland inkjet printers were designed to accommodate short periods of downtime. Each printer performs automated maintenance when the machine is not in use. However, there are some situations that require extended periods of downtime, this is especially true in educational settings. It is important to properly prepare these devices for extended downtime to prevent damage and to ensure that your machine is in perfect production shape when you’re ready to start printing again.

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