Roland DG introduces new water-based ink innovation with EJ-640 DECO printer

For producing customized applications

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Roland DG announces new EJ-640 DECO printer
Roland DG announces new EJ-640 DECO printer

Roland DG introduced the new EJ-640 DECO printer, using ecological water-based ink, designed for digitally printing interior décor applications.

Eco-friendly and economical

Developed specifically to meet the demands of the thriving interior décor market, the new EJ-640 DECO can produce customised wallpaper, lampshades, blinds, posters, exhibition graphics, outdoor promotions and much more – supplying the ever-growing consumer appetite for eco-friendly products and designs that stand out from the crowd.

“With low production costs and impressive versatility, the EJ-640 DECO delivers exceptional quality and durable print on a range of materials. It’s the printer the industry has been waiting for,” says Paul Willems, director of Business Development and Product Management at Roland DG.

Vibrant, versatile applications

The EJ-640 DECO combines the creativity of the design world with the technical possibilities offered by wide-format printing. Rachael Taylor, surface pattern designer, creative stylist and co-founder of Make it in Design says, “The EJ-640 DECO printer is perfect for bespoke wallpapers – a great way to showcase my own designs. Roland DG has really understood what designers and consumers want from décor. I especially love the more natural look of the prints alongside its environmentally friendly credentials. I can’t wait to see more of my designs printed on the EJ-640 DECO.”

The high-density water-based inks are compatible with a wide range of media including coated, uncoated, PVC free and even standard wallpaper from sustainable sources. EJ-640 DECO inks deliver bold, light-fast and washable prints with the highest AgBB rating of A+ for indoor air quality. The fast-drying inks require no outgassing to allow same-day print, finish and supply. Along with durable printheads, low temperature drying and reduced ink costs of up to 50% compared to similar printer systems, the EJ-640 DECO is the only choice for customers serious about décor.

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