Roland expands desktop print-and-cut range
Published: 13 October 2021 | No comments yet
The VersaStudio BN-20A offers compact print-and-cut capabilities for various applications
Roland DG has used Fespa to launch a new compact desktop print-and-cut device, the VersaStudio BN-20A, aimed at those starting or looking to expand small businesses.
The new machine complements the existing five-colour BN-20 model and is said by Roland to be suitable for producing a range of work from stickers and labels to heat transfer garments. It uses eco-solvent inks in 220ml cartridges to offer standard CMYK only on media between 150 and 515mm (maximum print/cut width of 480mm) on rolls weighing up to 6kg.
The VersaStudio BN-20A measures just over a metre wide by 582mm deep and 293mm tall and can print at up to 1440dpi while the built-in cutter runs at up to 150mm/sec. It comes with Roland’s VersaWorks 6 Rip software which Roland says yields vivid, high-definition image quality, smooth gradations and accurate colour reproduction.
‘At Roland DG, we know how important it is to our customers that our machines are as value-packed as possible,’ commented Stephen Davis, marketing director at Roland DG EMEA. ‘The BN-20A epitomises value for money, delivering high quality, all-round printing and cutting solutions in one compact device, and we’re excited to demonstrate the brand-new solution at Fespa this year.’