Roland DG Australia , a provider of wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters for professional wide-format graphics, has released the new VersaCAMM VS-640 inkjet printer/cutter featuring DPI award-winning Metallic Silver ECO-SOL MAXTM ink.
At 64" wide (1620mm), the VS-640 is Roland's largest and most versatile printer/cutter to date. The VS-640 combines the industry's latest print head technology with renowned Roland Print & Cut capabilities, Roland's unique Advanced Ink Circulation System and an optional take-up unit for unattended production capabilities. A new Roland Metallic Colour Library includes a range of metallic and pearlescent colours allowing VS-640 users to add luxurious metallic effects to signs, banners, vehicle graphics and wraps, fine art posters, packaging prototypes, labels, decals, POP displays, heat transfers for apparel and more.
"In the current economic climate, it is important for businesses to stand out from the competition," said Marc Margetts, Roland DG Managing Director. "Offering a full spectrum of brilliant metallic colours, the VS-640 takes businesses to the next level with advanced production capabilities at an affordable initial investment along with low operating costs. Metallic graphics command a premium price in the marketplace and with the VS-640 they can be produced quickly, easily and profitably - in any quantity."
Based on a new generation of print head technology, the VS-640 fires droplets of seven different sizes with unmatched accuracy, for smooth gradations, beautiful photographs and flawless solid colours. Precision-rounded nozzles combine with the advanced ink firing system to produce perfect ink droplets and unrivalled image quality. The new gold-plated print head is designed to repel ink in order to minimise clogs.
The VS-640 features "Roland OnSupport," a new online customer support system allowing users to remotely track the status of VS-640 activities. The system sends e-mail messages directly to a PC or mobile phone notifying users of important information such as when a job is completed or when ink is running low. With "Roland OnSupport", users have complete freedom to leave the printer unattended, knowing that critical production information can be delivered to them remotely in real time.