Available now from Roland DG Australia, LV series laser engravers use a noncontact CO2 laser to engrave complex shapes and text with crisp edges at high speed out of plastics, wood, leather, paper, cork and other materials.

Unlike conventional digital engravers, the cut surfaces produced by the LV series have a smooth, clean finish without burrs, thus eliminating the need for any final touch-up work. With no engraving cutters to break or wear out, the laser always maintains a beautiful finish with no degradation in quality.

The series includes the 29in LV-290 and the 18in LV-180, both of which feature simple operation, allowing even beginners to perform high-precision laser engraving immediately. The two models feature different laser power and work areas, so that users can select the model that best suits the thickness and size of the materials they wish to work with.

According to Kohei Tanabe, President of Roland DG's Digital Printing Business Division: “By introducing this solution to our customers around the world, we hope they will be able to create new value and excitement by unleashing their creativity and transforming their imaginations into reality.”

Roland DG Australia
02 9975 0000

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