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VersaWorks 2.7 features new single-pass mode for white ink applications

Roland DG Corporation has introduced version 2.7 of VersaWorks, the company's powerful RIP and colour management software.

The latest version of VersaWorks features a new single-pass white ink print mode for the company's SolJet PRO III XC-540W 54" printer/cutter.

VersaWorks 2.7 is now available free for Roland users at www.rolanddg.com/download.html

"We are pleased to offer our XC-540W customers the ability to select either conventional dual-pass print mode or new single-pass print mode for white ink applications," said Roland DG (UK), Head of Product Management, Brett Newman.

"This flexibility allows shops to customise their workflow for the job at hand. New single-pass white ink print mode allows users to take full advantage of the XC-540W's media take-up system for long unattended production runs and large prints such as decorative window graphics. Dual-pass print mode is recommended whenever overprinting is involved and when the media selected requires an extended dry time. Both print modes deliver exceptionally smooth gradations for outstanding overall print quality."

The new VersaWorks is designed for high density printing and jobs requiring more opacity and facilitates print and cut applications such as labels, decals and product design. It reduces ink consumption while delivering brighter colour output and better opacity; as a result, production and maintenance costs are lower and efficiency and productivity are increased.

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