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Roland DGA Announces LV Series Laser Engravers

Two models allow customers to choose based on substrate thickness.

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Roland DGA Corp. (Irvine, CA) has announced the launch of its new LV series laser engraving machines.

Per the company, advanced and easy to operate, the multi-purpose LV series employs state-of-the-art CO2 laser technology to cut-out, engrave or mark on hundreds of different materials with incredible ease and accuracy. Two different models are available – the 30W LV-180 with its 20.4 x 14.7-in. table and the 40W LV-290 with its 31 x 20.9-in. table – allowing users to choose the machine that best suits the size and thickness of the materials they will be working with.

Both LV devices use a non-contact CO2 laser to engrave complex shapes and text with crisp edges out of plastics, wood, leather, paper, cork and more. According to a statement released by Roland DGA, Unlike conventional digital engravers, the LV cuts surfaces smoothly and cleanly without burrs, thus eliminating the need for any final touch-up work. With the LV, there are no engraving cutters to break or wear out – the laser always delivers a beautiful finish with no degradation in quality.

For more information, visit rolanddga.com/LV.

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