Roland releases LEF2-200 UV Printer

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Nessan Cleary

Roland has announced a new printer, the VersaUV LEF2-200, which is essentially an updated version of its existing LEF200 but with improved cleaning. It uses LED UV inks and has the same six channels for CMYK plus a combination of white, primer or gloss. It will take materials up to 538mm wide, 360mm long and 100mm in height.

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