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Discover the world of product personalisation

Discover the world of product personalisation

Roland DG is making it easier for businesses of all shapes and sizes to enter the UV printing market with ‘Digital Benchtop UV Printing: What Will You Print?’, a free 40-page guide exploring this exciting technology.

UV printing is one of the most flexible print processes and its uses are almost limitless, which has lead to it becoming an essential tool for sign and display companies as well as those specialising in promotional products and graphic production

The guide, which is free to download from the Roland website, focuses on Roland’s VersaUV LEF range of benchtop UV printers, and explores how they can be used to print directly onto a wide array of materials and objects. Thanks to the combination of innovative inks, low-heat curing and variable data processing, it’s possible to add customised print directly to all kinds of items ranging from the everyday to the unusual.

This opens markets to businesses across a wide spectrum of activity, enabling them to enhance everything from leather luggage tags, bottles, phone cases, travel mugs and electrical appliances, to musical instruments, notebooks, acrylic photo blocks, photo frames, USB sticks, golf balls and keyrings – to name but a few.

The guide also includes case studies that provide an insight into how businesses are already benefiting from UV printing. Roland users, Baart, weathered the 2008 financial crisis by diversifying with personalised drum equipment, while Oakdene Designs built a business producing unique decorative items such as illuminating photo frames, street signs and bamboo decorations. Readers can also learn how retailer Media Markt sells personalised electronic devices and more with its VersaUV LEF printer.

Businesses looking for their perfect system can access an overview of Roland’s VersaUV LEF benchtop printers and their respective specifications. From the compact and affordable VersaUV LEF-12i to the VersaUV LEF-300, the best-selling and largest of the trio, the guide outlines their key attributes. Readers can also discover the brand new LEF2-200, the latest innovation in the LEF series, which features a host of enhancements that improve usability and production times.

Every device in the LEF range includes powerful features. For instance, the vibrant CMYK colours of Roland UV inks can be given extra punch by printing them on top of a base layer of white, which is perfect for use on dark substrates. Clear gloss can be used to add highlights or, when printed in layers, deliver genuine textures, raised text and special effects. Crucially, all of this can be achieved through direct printing onto the material or object.

Since its launch in 2018, ‘Digital Benchtop UV Printing: What Will You Print?’ has been inspiring business owners throughout the UK and Europe.

For further inspiration, visit this link to download the free guide.

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