Cranberry Township, PA – AIM, an industry association and worldwide authority on barcode, RFID, RTLS and mobile computing, celebrating its 40th anniversary year, welcomes its newest member Roland DG Corporation.
Headquartered in Japan, Roland DGhas a significant presence on almost every continent as well as an established history of manufacturing innovation in a variety of areas, from engraving and 3D modeling to dental milling, unique device identification (UDI) and advanced digital printing equipment and technologies. As a member of AIM, Roland DG will join other leading global organizations that are committed to the growth of automatic identification and mobility solutions through advocacy, industry standards development and the support of a global channel network.
Roland DG Corporation, based in Irvine, California, represents the company’s US interests. One of the latest technologies Roland has introduced is the MPX-90M direct part making device, which provides marking of 2D UDI barcodes that allow medical device manufacturers to quickly imprint large amounts of data in a compact barcode format – as small as one square millimeter. The MPX-90M prints directly on materials ranging from surgical steel, titanium, and aluminum to matte plastics and acrylic, and is ideal for a multitude of medical and surgical devices and components.
"AIM is excited to have Roland DG as a member,” said AIM COO Mary Lou Bosco. "The international influence and innovation offered by the company’s many affiliates will undoubtedly add to AIM’s strengths around the globe and help us to further champion advocacy and standards in the automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) industry.”
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