The Roland VersaUV LEF2-200 offers countless product customization possibilities, including printing directly on three-dimensional objects up to 3.94” thick. Featuring a host of unique ink options and optional onboard Primer, it quickly and effectively prints onto a wide variety of promotional products and media substrates.
Print graphics with incredible detail and color on a virtually unlimited range of promotional products. Produce stunning graphics with CMYK colors. Gloss ink, which provides spot gloss or matte finishes as well as stylish embossed effects. White ink, that acts as a brilliant spot color, or to ensure bright color quality on dark or clear surfaces. An optional Primer is also available, it increases efficiency by streamlining the print process on materials like acrylic and plastic.
The features that make the Roland VersaUV LEF2-200, the most versatile flatbed printer in its class, includes the new VersaWorks Dual RIP software for easy processing of files, including transparencies and quick setup of White ink, Gloss ink, and other ink layers. An advanced UV-LED curing system expedites production and an intuitive distance print mode, with a height tolerance of 2mm, ensures outstanding consistency on irregular and curved objects. There are up to 40 job presets allowing the recall of specific media settings for your most popular applications. A height sensor bar made with a non-magnetic material, for printing on magnetic items such as iPad covers, while the optional RotaPrint attachment enables users to print onto cylindrical objects.
VersaUV LEF series of printers run at a low-heat and use state-of-the-art UV-LED lamps. Combined with advanced ECO-UV inks, they offer the ability to print on virtually any material, including PVC and Plastics, Leather And Fabric, Canvas, Metal, Glass, and Wood
The Roland VersaUV LEF2-200 features an optional on-board primer cartridge for priming objects quickly and conveniently on a selection of different media substrates. Users can easily prep an object for customization printing Primer ink directly from a file in VersaWorks Dual RIP before printing the full-color graphic. This makes adding graphics to challenging materials much more clean and efficient.
The Roland VersaUV LEF2-200 uses an LED for UV-curing that last up to ten times longer than conventional UV lamps and can be instantly switched on or off, giving the user true on-demand production without the typical warm-up time. In addition, the LEF automatically enters a low-power mode when it is not used for an extended period of time.
Printing around the most complex corners and curves, advanced Roland ECO-UV® inks enable printing on a vast array of shapes and surfaces. The Roland VersaUV LEF2-200 also features an Automated Ink Circulation System that prevents ink pigments from settling in the ink lines for consistently brilliant image quality with a smooth consistency and density, even on long print runs.
To ensure optimum print quality around the curvatures of objects, mist filters are incorporated in the LEF, catching the residual ink that mists when printing off the edge or curvature of a product. This cuts down on overspray and keeps the ink from settling on the printer’s internal components. Filters are designed to be easily replaceable by the end user.
Printing white and CMYK onto bottles and cylindrical objects is an absolute snap with the new RotaPrint attachment for the Roland VersaUV LEF2-200 flatbed printer. Simple to install and remove, it utilizes the Roland VersaUV LEF2-200’s existing feed system and enables the Roland VersaUV LEF2-200 to print cleanly and precisely onto a wide range of materials with a diameter between 1.6 to 3 inches (40 mm to 77 mm). With its sturdy build, RotaPrint is also consistently and reliably accurate, ensuring precise stepping during rotation.
Please note: Considering that you will be using software such as Illustrator or Corel Draw, we recommend that you use as a 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.