BRYAN, OH – Roland, has appointed Anderson & Vreeland, Inc., as its distributor in the United States effective immediately. Widely considered the world’s first UV inkjet printer/cutter, Roland’s DPI award-winning VersaUV LEC series is said to be changing the packaging prototype and short-run label industries. For the first time, professionals can print CMYK plus white and clear inks on virtually any substrate; then crease, contour, cut or perf-cut the designs--all on one device through one seamless workflow.
VersaUV uses safe, low-heat LED lamps to print on materials ranging from metallic and synthetic papers and foils to BOPP, PE and PET film. Prototypes and comps are so realistic they are virtually indistinguishable from finished products. Two models are designed for a host of short-run production, packaging prototyping and proofing applications. The LEC-330 UV inkjet printer/cutter has a maximum printing width of 29 inches” and the LEC-540 can print and cut up to 53 inches.
Darin Lyon, vice president and general manager of A&V, noted, "With Roland, we now have the world’s most advanced, high-quality printers/cutters to offer our customers. These products complement our extensive line to create the broadest, most advanced selection of flexo proofing and plate processing equipment.”
Anderson & Vreeland will sell Roland’s VersaUV LEC printesr/cutters and provide technical support using a nationwide staff of technical sales representatives. For more information visit www.AndersonVreeland.com or call toll-free 866.282.7697.