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Roland DGA products honored with industry award

The Foil & Specialty Effects Association recognized the company’s products equipped with VersaUV technology

By Elaine MurphyPublished: April 13, 2012 08:05 AM

Irvine-based Roland DGA Corp.’s VersaUV LEC line of printer/cutters placed second in the 2012 Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA) Gold Leaf awards, receiving a silver award in the Special UV Coatings category. The LEC series printer/cutters were recognized for their exceptional image quality and versatile features, including the use of Roland’s ECO-UV ink and VersaUV technology.

With the inkjet printer/cutters’ award-winning VersaUV technology, labeling and packaging companies can incorporate effects such as embossing and varnishing into their graphics, and contour cut detailed images. The Energy Star-certified printer/cutters use low-heat LED lights to print in white, clear, and colored inks on mediums including plastic, paper, leather and vinyl.

“We are honored by this award and proud to showcase the many benefits of Roland VersaUV technology for short-run labeling and package prototyping applications,” said Hiroshi Ono, group product manager for Roland DGA Corp. “The VersaUV LEC series is the only digital printer line on the market that prints on virtually any substrate, including clear media using white ink, creates spot varnishing and embossing effects, and cuts complex shapes without setting up a die.”  

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