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Lightbar is another bright idea for Newtech London

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Roland DG has announced that it will be including demonstrations of Lightbar UV ink technology on its stand at the forthcoming Newtech show.  This print trade event is being held at the Kia Oval in London on the 24th and 25th of November 2015.

Newtech London visitors looking for a wide format print solution that delivers eye-popping colour that’s dry, durable and ready to use the moment it leaves the printer should make a beeline for Lightbar.
Lightbar is the Partner Solutions co-creation that combines the latest UV Light ink chemistry with the performance, quality and reliability of Roland DG print technology.  It will feature on Roland’s remarkably quick RF-640 printer at Newtech London as this partnership has proved particularly popular with signmakers, high street  print shops and in-house print providers alike.

UV Light ink is odour free and cures completely as it passes through the low energy UV lamp unit mounted to the front of the Roland printer or printer/cutter.  With no requirement for additional drying time or out gassing, the resulting print is perfect for companies looking to offer a same day service for posters, banners or self-adhesive vinyl graphics.

Lightbar systems print on industry standard sign and display materials and there will be a wealth of print samples on hand for Newtech visitors to put the impressive product claims for Lightbar output to the test.    There will also be some very attractive financial incentives available for any company placing an order for a Lightbar printer or printer/cutter at this Newtech event.

 

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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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