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Roland launch LEC-330 VersaUV LED UV Inkjet Printer/Cutter

Roland DG Corporation has recently introduced the LEC-330, the company's newest VersaUV LEC UV ink curable 30" wide inkjet printer/cutter. Based on award-winning VersaUV technology, the LEC-330 prints CMYK+White+Gloss all in one device for luxurious, customized graphics with special effects and finishes. The LEC-330 delivers greater overall performance and versatility than the LEC-300, with higher image quality, up to twice the productivity in standard print mode, and support for an even wider range of materials including rigid substrates. The LEC-330 is ideal for applications ranging from high-end package prototyping to control panel production and small lot production of labels and decals.

Roland LEC-330"The new LEC-330 offers greater media compatibility, production-level print speeds and three unique ink combinations," said Mat Drake Print Product Manager, Roland DG (UK). "Designed for a host of short-run production, packaging prototyping and labelling applications, the LEC-330 is an exceptional tool that can save time, lower pre-press costs and generate new revenues for commercial printers."

The new LEC-330 includes a high-quality artistic print mode (1440 x 1440 dpi) for sharp, detailed graphics and text. Additional print heads and innovative Roland Intelligent Pass ControlĀ® technology further enhance image quality. Production level print speeds enable professionals to manage urgent requests for quick delivery of prototypes, labels and products. To meet their individual business requirements, users can also choose from three ink combinations: the standard ink configuration supporting the widest variety of applications (CMYK+White+Gloss), a high-opacity white ink configuration (CMYK+White+White) and a thick gloss-ink-effect configuration (CMYK+Gloss+Gloss).

The first opportunity to see the new machine in action was at Sign and Digital Ireland, which took place in September.

For further information and full list of features visit the website www.rolanddg.com

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