Roland DGA’s addition of VersaUV LEF2-300D flatbed UV printer to its direct-to-object printer portfolio has expanded workspace capable of imaging objects as tall as 7.87 inch and up to 30 inch wide. The UV-LED lamps of the system enable direct printing text and full-colour graphics onto plastics, leather, wood, fabrics, and other rigid materials. The LEF2 series employs UV-LED lamps to allow users to add ultra-realistic graphics and simulated embossing to a broad range of items like smart-phone cases, awards, souvenirs, giftware and other accessories, including leather goods and electronic devices.
With the added height, Roland DGA’s addition of VersaUV LEF2-300D is effectively doubled, which expands the potential of printing onto not only thicker materials, but also a wider variety of shapes by accommodating diverse sizes and types of jigs. The system was developed in response to customer feedback regarding the growing demand for making personalized, one-of-a-kind items and high-mix, small-lot runs. The LEF2 series helps promote on-demand printing businesses like creating truly unique accessories or producing customized items on the spot. With its larger print space, the system further boosts customer creativity and ideas, and expands the scope of profitable business opportunities.