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Roland DG pledges accuracy with new VS-300iS-GO

Print manufacturing giant Roland DG EMEA has linked up with ink manufacturer Marabu to develop the new Roland VS-300iS-GO, pledging to deliver a “super safe and super accurate” solution to the market.

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The Roland VS-300iS-GO is compatible with consumer electronics, vending machines, office equipment and medical devices

The device is billed as a purpose-built digital flatbed solution for the printing of graphic overlays and membrane switches, compatible with a range of products, such as consumer electronics, vending machines, office equipment and medical devices.

The VS-300iS-GO prints colour accurate images, text and logos on media before a layer of white ink is then screen printed on top. In addition, Roland DG says that Marabu’s virtually odour-free water-based inks achieve the high levels of safety and meet the EN71-3 standard.

“The new VS-300iS-GO offers the best possible results in terms of quality, durability and efficiency and enables easy access to this profitable market with low investment costs and compact, easy operation,” Roland DG’s director of business development and product management, Paul Willems, says.

The new VS-300iS-GO offers the best possible results in terms of quality, durability and efficiency and enables easy access to this profitable market with low investment costs and compact, easy operation

“The VS-300iS-GO offers huge potential to PSP’s, servicing a wide range of markets, from medical, aerospace and defence, to gaming, appliances and consumer electronics.”

Matthias Schieber, Marabu’s product manager for inkjet products, adds: “The ink series Maqua Jet DA-RGO is a technically validated ink solution for industrial printing and at the same time it’s designed to be combined with Marabu screen printing inks.

“Maqua Jet DA-RGO completes Marabu´s technological leadership in industrial applications as a complementary digital ink solution for hybrid workflows."

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