New Roland VersaUV LEF2-300 driver for CalderaRIP
February 04, 2022
Caldera has announced the support of Roland’s VersaUV LEF2-300 printer for CalderaRIP Version 15. These new additions expand the software’s long list of supported peripherals for wide-format digital printing.
The Roland VersaUV LEF2-300 is a benchtop UV printer enabling direct printing onto a large range of materials and objects, making it a top-choice device for producing customized items.
The LEF2-300 makes it possible to customize small and medium-sized products (such as smartphone cases, stationery, shoes or boxes), in order to add corporate branding or original graphics. Thanks to UV technology and Roland’s ECO-UV inks, you will be able to print vibrant colors on all types of clear and colored media.
Drive your Roland printers with Caldera
Driving Roland printers with CalderaRIP is the best way to make the most out of the printer’s speed and color reproduction capabilities. Indeed, our driver is optimized for the usage of Roland’s special inks, and with Caldera’s advanced printing module, the user can manually or automatically manage how to use Primer, White and Clear inks on their print jobs.
Moreover, CalderaRIP embeds premium components to always ensure printing accuracy and perfect results no matter the application. The latest version of the powerful Adobe PDF Print Engine ensures a reliable reproduction of your designs on any surface. On the other hand, the outstanding X-Rite i1Prism Profiler for ICC profiling helps you keep control over your colors and ensure smooth gradients.
CalderaRIP is a fully scalable solution suited for print operations of all sizes. Our portfolio of supported peripherals includes more than 1600 print & cut devices from major brands, and our powerful client/server architecture makes it possible to distribute your software license on several workstations.
Over 15,000 print service providers have already chosen Caldera and rely on its powerful interface to achieve consistent, color-optimized results across their fleet of printers.