SF-200 Desktop Flatbed Printer
The SF-200 is ideal for full-colour, digital printing on a wide range of sensitive applications. Print high-quality images, with excellent durability and increased health safety, onto a single object or several items at once.
• Suitable for highly specific print requirements on a variety of materials.
• Accommodates objects and media up to 538mm (w) x 360mm (l) and up to 100mm in height.
• Highly durable inks that meet the EN 71-3 standard for toy safety1.
Print high-quality images on a variety of sensitive applications.
The SF-200 is suitable for highly specific print requirements for clear and coloured materials such as ABS, PVC, TPU, PET, PP, PPMA, wood, aluminium, glass and leather.2
Printing is quick, clean and safe with the SF-2003
Decorate your products in a few simple steps.
1. Place item / media in base unit to pre-heat
3. Post-treatment of item / media
INKU SF inks
The SF-200's highly durable INKU SF inks are tested to meet the requirements of EN 71-3 standard1.
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Powerful VersaWorks 6 RIP Software Included
The SF-200 includes Roland's user-friendly VersaWorks 6 RIP software, developed to make your printing operation quick and easy. VersaWorks 6 RIP software, features an intuitive interface for simple operation and job management and 64-bit native support and dual-core operation for processing PDF, EPS, PS and PDF 2.0 files with precision and speed.
2 Special printing workflow is required for some of the materials.
3 Print process may be specific to each application. Pre-treatment and post-treatment of the item / media is required depending on the application.
4 Valid only when using the same model printers with the same ink type and configuration. Files must be printed with the same print settings including “Media Type” and “Print Quality.”