The SF-200 runs highly durable yet safe inks, that retain their vibrancy and image quality while meeting standards for safety.
The desktop system can accommodate objects and media up to 538mm x 360mm and up to 100mm in height, with extensive material compatibility ranging from ABS, PVC, TPU, PET, PP and PPMA to wood, aluminum, glass and leather1.
Thanks to compliance with the EN 71-3 toy safety standard and the Toy Safety Directive2, SF-200 eco-solvent inks are compatible with children's toys made from plastics, wood, leather and more – with designs able to withstand the roughest games.
Similarly, the SF-200 is ideal for both manufacturers of food containers and retailers, who can use the system to offer personalized lunch boxes, drinking bottles and travel mugs to their customers.
In the medical sector, the new Roland SF-200 is useful for on-demand and general printing onto aluminum instruments, plastic devices and labels, all of which can be safely used in direct contact with human skin.
This application can be expanded to health and personal hygiene products: Retailers and suppliers can quickly and easily add customization and decoration to toothbrushes, thermometers, cosmetics packaging and other essential items.
"The new SF-200 is the latest addition to our extensive portfolio of solutions, all designed to meet the requirements of brands and print professionals whatever their needs," said Paul Willems, head of Business Development and Product Management. "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 customization in even the most sensitive environments. SF-200 users will find it indispensable for a wide range of applications."
The SF-200 is available in the EMEA region.