Roland DG releases VersaUV LEF-200 flatbed printer

Roland DGA VersaUV LEF-200.
Roland VersaUV LEF-200 desktop printer.

Enabling on-demand, small-lot customization of a huge range of items, objects and accessories, the VersaUV LEF-200 is the latest in Roland DG’s desktop UV-LED flatbed inkjet series. It offers outstanding print quality, greater media compatibility, and ease of use for personalization and custom printing. With a print bed of 20” x 13”, it can print high-quality full colour, white and clear inks on a wide variety of materials – including 3D items up to 4” thick. To accommodate an expanded range of applications, the LEF-200 features a new on-board primer ink option that allows for customization before printing full-colour graphics. This makes adding graphics to glass, plastics and other challenging media much easier. Users can customize items such as smartphone cases, pens, awards, giftware, plates and more.

Built-in Roland VersaWorks Dual RIP software simplifies the process of producing graphics with special effects. The LEF-200 uses Roland DG’s proprietary CMYK, white and clear Eco-UV inks for premium quality printing. Clear ink can be printed for spot gloss or matt finishes, as well as unique embossing effects. White ink can be printed as a spot colour or behind CMYK on dark backgrounds or clear materials.

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