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Roland flatbed is ready to go

Roland flatbed is ready to go

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Roland DG UK has officially launched its new VersaUV LEJ-640F wide format flatbed printer, the original prototype of which first made its debut at last year’s Sign & Digital UK exhibition.

This machine is Roland DG’s first dedicated flatbed printer and brings new, superior levels of functionality, versatility and quality to wide format UV printing.

The VersaUV LEJ-640F offers sign and print companies the flexibility required to produce an extensive range of creative, vibrant and profitable applications, such as outdoor and indoor signage, POS /POP displays, exhibition graphics, 3D and textured print and packaging prototypes.

Able to print on both rigid and flexible media, the machine has a print area of 1600 x 2500mm wide and provides high-quality printing up to 1440 x 1440 dpi on substrates weighing up to 200kg and up to 150mm in height. It can print on a wide range of rigid and flexible sheets, including PVC, polyurethane, polystyrene, polypropylene, cardboard, aluminium panels, fluted and corrugated board, Dibond and foamex.

Using Roland’s ECO-UV ink and instantly curing UV-LED lamps, the LEJ-640F supports three ink configurations – CMYK+White+Gloss for the largest range of applications; CMYK+White+White for opaque white printing onto transparent and dark-coloured substrates and CMYK+Gloss+Gloss for an extensive range of 3D, doming or embossing effects in striking gloss and matt finishes.

It comes complete with VersaWorks, Roland’s powerful and user-friendly RIP software with a built-in Pantone spot colour library, variable data printing and a predictive ink usage calculator. All VersaUV LEJ-640F machines come with a one year on-site full parts and labour, RolandCare warranty and Roland OnSupport for unattended monitoring of the printer.

For further information visit: www.rolandg.co.uk

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