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Roland Receives EDP Award for Eco-Sol MAX® 2

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Irvine, Calif. – Roland DGA Corp. has announced that the company’s new eco-solvent ink, Eco-Sol MAX 2, has won the European Digital Press (EDP) award in the Best New Generation Solvent Ink Technology category at the EDP Association’s ceremony held at FESPA 2013. 

Eco-Sol MAX 2 is the latest generation of Roland’s award-winning eco-solvent ink.  It is available in CMYKLcLm, light black, white and metallic silver and has been designed to deliver maximum performance in terms of outdoor durability, scratch resistance, image sharpness, chemical resistance and color gamut. Eco-Sol MAX 2 is compatible with an extensive range of print media on the market, including Roland DGA’s own line, and is also nickel free. 

The EDP judges selected Eco-Sol MAX 2 as the winner because of its ease of use, the reduction of harmful substances in its formulation, and the outstanding print quality it delivers. “This is just what the users want,” the judging panel stated in its evaluation. 

Eco-Sol MAX 2 is available for Roland’s newest eight-channel large-format digital printers, the SOLJET Pro 4 XF-640 four-color high-speed inkjet printer and the SOLJET Pro 4 XR-640, the company’s most powerful and versatile printer/cutter to date, available in four ink configurations and all nine colors of Eco-Sol MAX 2. 

The EDP Association

The members of the European Digital Press Association are publishers of leading magazines and other experts from the digital printing industry. They represent 14 countries and one million readers in Europe. The aim of the EDP is to recognize and reward innovations in digital printing. More information about the organization is available at www.edpassociation.com.  

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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