Roland DG explores product personalisation with UV Direct Printing Guide

November 21, 2018

Roland DG Australia, leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and 3D devices, is making it easy for businesses of all shapes and sizes to enter the UV printing market with a new free guide exploring this exciting technology.

The guide, “Digital Benchtop UV Printing: What Will You Print?” is free to download from the Roland DG Australia website and focuses on how Roland VersaUV LEF benchtop UV printers can be used to direct print onto almost any material, opening up new markets and significant ROI potential to businesses across a wide spectrum.

The applications for UV printing are almost limitless – making it one of the most flexible and exciting print processes ever created. UV printing has become an essential tool for sign makers, graphics producers, promotional gift businesses, packaging specialists, advertising agencies, designers, retails and new start-ups. The guide outlines the benefits of using UV technology and how it is possible to add customised print directly to a vast array of three-dimensional products and surfaces including plastic, wood, leather, ceramic, stone and glass.... just to name a few.

The features and benefits of each of the three Roland VersaUV LEF benchtop printers is included in the guide, along with key case studies from businesses around the world that are currently benefiting from UV printing.

To view and download the free guide, go to: www.rolanddg.com.au/uvguide.

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