Sign & Digital Graphics

May '18

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38 • May 2018 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S DIGITAL PRINTING AND FINISHING DIGITAL GRAPHICS The unique design of flatbeds like those offered within Roland's LEF series, makes these UV inkjets perfect for customizing everything from golf balls and pens to smart phone and laptop covers." Roberts explains that Roland also offers a RotaPrint attachment for it's LEF 200 and LEF-300 printers that makes printing on bottles and other cylindri- cal products easier than ever. "Roland's larger L E J -640F T opens up an even larger world of options for companies and PSPs, allowing users to print directly on a wide range of oversized and oddly- sized objects, including doors, tables, pal- lets, decorative stones, lunch boxes, and much more." Standing Out from the Crowd Paar says that the best applications for true, stationary flatbeds are producing applications that hybrid printers struggle with. "As a result you are eliminating a Mimaki's JFX200 series of flat- beds provides users oversized printing on substrates up to 2-inches thick at speeds up to 645 square feet per hour. (Image courtesy of Mimaki USA) Roland's VersaUV LEJ- 640FT is a dedicated LED-curing flatbed that offers excellent print quality, utilizes CMYK, white and clear coat ECO-UV inks, and can handle heavy, rigid materials up to six inches thick and weighing up to 220 pounds. (Image courtesy of Roland DGA)

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