The streamlined Roland VersaUV LEC2-640 is an affordable UV printer/cutter that offers high-quality print results. Versatile and highly-productive, it does the job of multiple devices by directly printing, cutting, creasing and embossing onto card, film and other materials in one seamless workflow.
The Roland LEC2-640 can print and cut then add stylish embossed effects onto stickers and labels. A choice of ink modes and finishes offer you a complete, all-in-one print and cut workflow to create single proofs or short run labels with ultimate ease.
Using the Roland LEC2-640 you can print, cut, and score card media for easy and accurate creasing and folding of cartons, boxes, packages and more. You can also print and cut flexible bag media, foils, BOPP, PE, PET film and offset printing stock.
Print, cut, and add Gloss ink effects directly onto card, paper and film to make quick and easy indoor signage. The Roland LEC2-640 can create some incredibly eye-catching POP displays, signs and promotions for pre-press testing or short-runs.
With the Roland LEC2-640 you can print and cut on polycarbonate stocks to create membrane panels for product prototypes. You can also print on select fabrics, leather and other unique media for specialty graphics, art projects and other original applications.
The latest edition of Versaworks is included with the Roland LEC2-640 and offers powerful new 64-bit processing and RIP capabilities, plus easy, nesting, cropping, tiling and other features from the world’s most popular RIP software. Easy new drag-and-drop interface allows you to quickly add jobs to the print queue. Variable data options for printing multiple images and text onto media in a single print run. UV post cure within the RIP and auto-generate White and Gloss layers directly in the RIP with Special Color Plate Generation. Rotate, set spacing and maintain clip position within the RIP to give you more control when printing graphics and applying Gloss ink effects.
With CMYK plus Gloss and White ink options, the Roland LEC2-640 allows you to add embossed effects and 3D textures to labels, decals, packaging and press prototypes. Develop your own 3D textures or choose from seventy-two, ready-to-use textures in our Roland DG Texture System Library.
Print, crease and automatically contour cut in one seamless operation to quickly produce die-cut, folded, and perforated graphics. With the Roland LEC2-640 you can create graphics without the need for post-trimming with precision cutting that leaves ultra - crisp results.
While fast-curing LED lamps increase productivity and produce high quality images, updated printheads offer precision ink delivery and control. The Roland LEC2-640 also features a HD (High Density) ink mode to increase the White ink density on base coats.
Traditional die-cut and packaging production is complicated. The Roland LEC2-640 is a single machine that uses a digital workflow to simplify the process. It also provides continuous print features like a nozzle mask function that allows you to turn off a nozzle band that’s clogged or misfiring.
The space-efficient Roland LEC2-640 offers a safe and clean user environment. It provides low-emission GREENGUARD Gold certified inks and a Detect Waste Liquid Bottle Level function to alert you to when the waste bottle needs emptying to prevent spills.
The Roland LEC2-640 offers consistently smooth and brilliant print quality on a wide range of materials, including very thin media and actual production stock, enabling you to create realistic press proofs and prototypes.
Roland DGA offers a higher standard of machine reliability, combined with a superior level of service and support. Your Roland LEC2-640 is also supplied with a Two-Year Trouble-Free Warranty to give you added machine security and peace-of-mind..
Please note: Considering that you will be using software such as Illustrator, we recommend that you use as high performance computer as possible to reduce RIP processing time.We also recommend using a hard disk that has large enough capacity, as print files are often tens of GB in size (or larger) when data is high resolution.