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Roland introduces world’s first UV inkjet printer/cutter

Graphics | November 1, 2008 | By:

Roland DGA Corp., Irvine, Calif., has introduced the world’s first UV inkjet printer/cutter, the company’s most advanced, versatile digital print production tool to date. The environmentally friendly 30-inch VersaUV LEC-300 inkjet printer/cutter comes equipped with the industry’s latest generation of UV inks and safe, low-heat LED lamps. It prints CMYK+ White + Clear on a wide rangeof substrates.

Roland also announces the VersaArt RS series, the company’s newest 4-color wide-format, eco-solvent inkjet printers combining the latest technologies from the company’s SOLJET PRO III and VersaCAMM lines. The printer is well-suited for the production of large indoor and outdoor CMYK graphics including POP/POS materials, banners, posters, vehicle graphics, and wraps.

SOURCE Roland DGA Corp.

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