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Throw out an anchor at Roland

Throw out an anchor at Roland

Using as its stand theme the motto ‘Throw out your anchor”’ Roland DG is inviting everyone to visit its stand and discover the treasure trove of possibilities that will be revealed there.

Roland’s flagship product, the SOLJET PRO4 XR-640 printer/cutter, combines reliability, versatility and speed, with the new, ECO-SOL MAX2 ink in white, metallic silver and light black, among others. The high density white ink creates an opacity-boosting base coat for CMYK graphics on clear media, and can also be used to create crisp white text and graphics on dark-coloured substrates, while metallic silver can be used to simulate gold, bronze, copper and more than 500 other metallic colours. Light black ink creates beautiful grey gradations and is ideal for the production of black and white images.

All of these inks are also available on the new VersaCAMM series and the new descendants of this family, VeraCAMM VS-i, continue to build on the long-standing tradition of user-friendly and affordable printers with an integrated cutting function.

The SOLJET PRO4 XF-640, which excels in four-colour high-speed printing and the VersaUV LEF-20, a compact flatbed printer for the decoration of gadgets, promotional gifts and prototypes, will also be on show. The machine prints text and images at very high resolution on a great variety of items, including iPhone and tablet covers, pens, Plexiglas photo cubes, golf balls and other objects and plates up to 10 cm high. The LEF-20 makes it possible for users to move into new markets and attract a wider range of customers.

Hall B1 Stand 230

 

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

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