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Outstanding productivity,low running costs

Outstanding productivity,low running costs

Roland DG Corporation has launched its premier high volume printer, the SOLJET EJ-640 wide-format inkjet printer.

With dual staggered printheads, an integrated tri-heater system, strong industrial design and high-capacity one-litre ink cartridges available in four or seven colour configurations, the EJ-640 is built for optimum performance in a high volume production environment.

In a mirrored CMYK ink configuration, it can achieve speeds of up to 102m2/h and, when used in conjunction with specifically designed EJ INK, it has substantially lower operating costs when producing high-volume and long-run print jobs.

The EJ-640 is accompanied by Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP software that offers customers the ability to process both PDF and PostScript files natively, including files with transparencies.

With a particular focus on high-volume businesses, the specifically designed high strength media shaft holds heavy media rolls securely, while a newly developed Feed Adjuster ensures the smooth progression of media through the printer and onto the take-up system. In addition, the powerful tri-heater dries ink quickly to enable immediate take up and storage if required.

In four-colour CMYK mode, up to two litres of ink can be loaded for each colour for optimum efficiency and when used in combination with the Roland Ink Switching System, continuous printing is possible without any worry of ink running out. Unattended operation is further facilitated by Roland OnSupport, which sends email to a smart phone, tablet or computer to notify the machine operator when a job is finished or ink is running low.

In addition to dual CMYK, a seven-colour ink configuration, comprising CMYK plus Light Cyan (Lc), Light Magenta (Lm), and Light Black (Lk) is available to enable perfect reproduction of colour photographs, corporate colours and brand logos.

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