Jay Roberts

Roland DGA's new VersaUV LEF2-300D flatbed UV printer employs UV-LED lamps to instantly cure ink, making direct-printing onto plastics, leather, wood, fabrics, and other materials simple. It also allows users to add simulated embossing to a wide variety of items.

It’s no secret that UV technology has morphed the arena for wide-format graphics. The combination of UV lamps, UV-curable inks, and UV-enabled printers has given print providers quick curing capabilities, low-VOCs, and a stepped-up quality level.

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