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Roland DGA Announces New Lower VersaUV® LEF-12 & 20 Printer Prices

Friday, January 29, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Irvine, Calif. – With Roland DGA’s recent launch of its largest VersaUV LEF series flatbed printer to date – the LEF-300 – the company has lowered the pricing of its existing LEF-12 and LEF-20 models. These price drops create unprecedented ROI opportunities for those in the market for printing vibrant, detailed graphics on a vast array of materials and three-dimensional objects up to 3.94-inches thick. Roland’s LEF-12, previously $19,995, can now be purchased for $17,995 MSRP (a savings of $2,000). The LEF-20, previously $29,995, is now priced at just $25,995 MSRP (a savings of $4,000).

Roland’s LEF series inkjets are ideal for personalizing everything from smart phones and laptop covers to signs, awards, giftware, and promotional items. They are equipped to take full advantage of Roland’s ECO-UV inks in CMYK, White and Clear formulations, which image beautifully and enable users to incorporate unique dimensional effects. The LEF-12 features a 12” x 11” print area, while the LEF-20 boasts a larger 20” x 13” print area for increased production. Roland DGA also offers an optional RotaPrint attachment for the LEF-20, to make printing directly around bottles and other cylindrical objects easier than ever.

“The LEF-12 and LEF-20 are uniquely engineered to customize just about anything quickly, easily and cost-effectively,” said Roland DGA’s UV Product Manager, Daniel Valade. “These innovative UV flatbed printers open up a world of creative options as well as lucrative new profit centers for end users, and at these new lower prices, they’re more affordable ever.”


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