Roland DG has brought out a desktop eco-solvent printer compliant with the EN 71-3 toy safety standard and the Toy Safety Directive.
The SF-200 .can accommodate objects and media up to 538mm x 360mm and up to 100mm in height. It can handle a range of materials, including ABS, PVC, TPU, PET, PP and PPMA to wood, aluminium, glass and leather.
This makes the printer perfect for highly specific print requirements, whether the user wishes to print a unique full-colour design or piece of text directly to a single object or several items at once.
Paul Willems, head of business development and product management, Roland DG EMEA, said: "This latest product is the world's first desktop eco-solvent printer for sensitive applications, developed specifically to deliver safe and efficient marking, decoration and customisation in even the most sensitive environments."
The SF-200 includes Roland's VersaWorks 6 Rip software, built-in Pantone and Roland Color libraries.