Roland DGA Launches New VersaUV LEF2-200 UV Flatbed Printer
Roland DGA Corp.(Irvine, CA) has announced the launch of the VersaUV® LEF2-200 20-in. benchtop UV flatbed printer. According to the company, the next-generation LEF2-200 incorporates innovative new features that increase ease of use and efficiency.
The LEF2-200 inherits the VersaUV LEF series’ ability to print full-color graphics and unique textures, including premium finishes such as simulated embossing, onto a vast array of materials and objects up to 3.94 in.(100 mm) thick. In addition, a Roland press release stated that the LEF2-200 boasts improvements that make decorating everything from smart phone covers and plaques to giftware and personalized products easier than ever. A Start Timer Function completes print head cleaning setup and White ink circulation automatically by the designated start time, while a positioning jig makes it easy to align items on the print table.
Included VersaWorks® 6 software features a new HARLEQUIN dual-core engine for faster previewing times and improved handling of PDF and EPS files with drop-shadows and transparencies. This feature-filled software also lets LEF2 users automatically generate a White, Gloss or Primer layer directly in the RIP, making it simple to incorporate textural and dimensional effects.
To learn more about the new VersaUV LEF2-200 flatbed UV printer, visit rolanddga.com/LEF2-200.
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