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Roland DGA’s V-BOND Ink Now More Compatible

Works with VersaOBJECT CO Series and VersaUV LEC2 S-Series UV Printers.

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Roland DGA Corp. (Irvine, CA) has announced that its V-BOND Ink can now be used with VersaOBJECT CO Series and VersaUV LEC2 S-Series UV printers. Previously V-BOND Ink was only available for use with Roland DGA’s VersaUV LEF and LEF2 benchtop UV printers, according to a press release.

V-BOND Inks have gained significant popularity worldwide as a safer alternative to standard UV inks. These durable, cost-effective inks image beautifully, adhere well to a wide variety of substrates, and are extremely scratch-resistant. They offer an expanded color gamut, with a magenta density that results in more vibrant reds, adding an extra level of vibrancy to your prints. In addition, V-BOND Inks are California Proposition 65 and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) certified, Nickel-free, Phthalate-free, and air-shipping compliant. They’re also less aggressive to the rubber and plastic parts of the printer’s capping station, significantly improving the health and longevity of the printheads, thereby reducing maintenance requirements — all per Roland’s press release.

Customers who purchase new CO Series or LEC2 S-Series UV printers have the option of enabling their devices for V-BOND Ink use by performing a few simple steps, including downloading the latest (version 1.50 or later) firmware and updating their VersaWorks output software to version 6.18 or later. Existing LEC2 S-Series owners who want to add V-BOND Ink capability to their printers can do so through an authorized Roland DGA dealer at a cost that the dealer will determine.

For more information, visit rolanddga.com/vbond.

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