Print larger sizes & shapes with the new VersaUV LEF2-300D
Roland DG Corporation has released a new addition to its popular VersaUV LEF2 series benchtop UV flatbed printers. The LEF2-300D features an expanded workspace that supports a height of up to 200 mm, 100mm more than the standard model*.
With the added height, the LEF2-300D’s workspace 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. Maximum Print Area is 770 mm × 330 mm (30" × 13").
The LEF2 series employs UV-LED lamps to instantly cure ink and is capable of printing directly onto plastics, leather, wood, fabrics and numerous other materials, allowing users to add ultra-realistic graphics and simulated embossing to a broad range of items like smartphone cases, awards, souvenirs, giftware, leather goods, electronic devices and much more.
Hisashi Bito, president of Roland DG's Digital Printing Business Division, says the LEF2-300D was developed in response to customer feedback.
“The LEF2 series meets the growing demand for personalised, one-of-a-kind items and high-mix, small-lot runs. With its larger print space, the LEF2-300D further boosts customer creativity, and expands the scope of profitable business opportunities.”
The VersaUV LEF2-300D joins the popular LEF2-200, LEF2-300 and LEF-12i models, “further expanding options for customers to ensure they can choose the right printer to suit their needs.”