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Roland releases eco-solvent ink and new printer/cutter

Graphics | March 1, 2008 | By:

Roland DGA Corp., Irvine, Calif., has introduced white ECO-SOL MAX ink, the company’s most advanced eco-solvent white ink to date, into its product line.

Formulated specifically for use with Roland’s high-performance 54-inch SOLJET PRO III XC-540 ink jet printer/cutter, White ECO-SOL MAX ink prints provide improved highlights, graphics and text, and can be printed as an undercoat to increase the opacity and vividness of four-color printing. White ECO-SOL MAX ink has been tested, profiled and certified for outstanding performance on both coated and uncoated media options including Roland’s SCM-SPVCT clear adhesive vinyl and ESM-CCVP clear calendered vinyl with permanent adhesive.

Roland has also launched the 2008 SOLJET PRO III XC-540 print/cutter featuring new Roland Intelligent Pass Control technology, a white ink configuration option, and other enhancements that deliver higher levels of speed, print quality and versatility. With the release of the new 2008 XC-540, Roland is making the new performance upgrades available to existing XC-540 customers across North and South America (except Brazil) free of charge.

The 2008 XC-540 features ECO-SOL MAX inks and is available in a variety of inks.

SOURCE Roland DGA Corp.

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