Roland Introduces Addition to UV-LED Flatbed Printer

Roland Introduces Addition to UV-LED Flatbed Printer

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Irvine, California-based Roland DGA recently added the VersaUV LEF-300 to its lineup of benchtop UV-LED flatbed inkjet printers.

The LEF-300’s printing area has been expanded to 770x330mm long, 50 percent more than the previous models. The LEF-300 can print CMYK plus white and clear UV ink on a vast array of substrates, including PET, ABS and polycarbonate, and soft materials such as TPU and leather, as well as 3D items, including pens, smartphone cases, signs, personalized awards, giftware, promotional items, laptop covers and more.

A vacuum table makes it easy to hold thin and soft materials in place. With four print heads and two UV-LED lamps, the LEF-300 is approximately 60 percent faster than the LEF-20. The number of white and clear (gloss) ink nozzles have been doubled for faster printing, increased density and opacity and faster build-up of multiple layers for three-dimensional textures. A draft print mode enables quick prototype prints.

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