An important part of my role at Roland is working with the key distributors of Color Management Software (CMS) and RIP's, working with Print Producers, Repro Houses & Designers to ensure the colour they specify is repeatable across a range of output devices / technologies.
If you have ever needed to produce proofs and/or mock-ups you are probably using an Epson or Canon, but what if you need to lay down a metallic and/or white? Wel, you could go for the Epson WT which produces a stunning proof - albeit with an easily damaged white and very expensive cost per print. You may be lucky enough to have a Kodak Approval, but that is getting long in the tooth now.....
So, how would you like a 30" or even 42" Eco Solvent printer, utilising CMYK, lM, Lc, WHITE plus Metallic? Take a look at the attched literature and please do post if you would like to learn more!!
Thanks for reading,
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