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A&V to distribute Roland printer/cutters



Published March 9, 2011
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Roland, a manufacturer of inkjet printer/cutters based in Irvine, CA, USA, has appointed Anderson & Vreeland (A&V) its distributor in the United States. Roland’s DPI award-winning VersaUV LEC series enables the printing of CMYK plus white and clear inks on virtually any substrate and then crease, contour cut or perf-cut designs, all on one device through one seamless workflow.

VersaUV uses low-heat LED lamps to print on materials ranging from metallic and synthetic papers and foils to BOPP, PE and PET film. Two models are designed for short-run production, packaging prototyping and proofing applications. The LEC-330 UV inkjet printer/cutter has a maximum printing width of 29” and the LEC-540 can print and cut up to 53”.

Darin Lyon, VP/GM of A&V, notes, “With Roland, we now have the world’s most advanced, high quality printer/cutters to offer our customers. These products complement our extensive line of products to create the broadest, most advanced selection of flexo proofing and plate processing equipment.”

Anderson & Vreeland, headquartered in Bryan, OH, USA, will sell Roland’s VersaUV LEC printer/cutters and provide technical support using a nationwide staff of technical sales representatives.







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