The Roland VersaCAMMô VP-540i 54 inch Printer Cutter delivers reliable performance and unmatched print quality for a low initial investment and sets standards in the printing industry for delivering durable, bright and precisely cut prints with variable data printing for quick and easy personalised prints from one template. With Roland VersaCAMM™ VP-540i 54, Safe and virtually odourless rapid drying highly scratch resistant Eco-Sol Max inks deliver high density 3 year durability on coated and uncoated materials ideal for sign display and graphic applications. The combination of printer and cutter in Roland VersaCAMM™ VP-540i 54 inch Printer Cutter means you save on floor space and energy consumption, maintenance, labour, and efficiency costs and better registration means less media wastage.
For signmakers and display printers who can never predict what work will come through the door next, our durable printing technology provides an ideal and flexible solution.
Easy to use, virtually maintenance-free and highly economical to run – not to mention being almost odourless so they can also be used in office environments - Roland printers deliver affordable, flexible and professional durable printing designed to grow with your business.
From the simple but versatile VersaCAMM VP-i and VersaCAMM SP-i ranges for quick and easy printing to the robust high-speed production workhorses such as the AdvancedJet AJ-i range and the value-adding metallic and white ink integrated print and cut machine the SolJet Pro III XC-540, there’s a Roland machine to suit any print need. The Roland GX-24 and GX-PRO series vinyl cutter ranges also provide great opportunity to add both simple and complicated, effective cut vinyl graphics, adding yet more diversity to your product offering.
Durable Ink Technology
Together with our unique Eco-Sol Max for the VersaCAMM and SolJet printer ranges and EcoXtreme inks for the AdvancedJet, you can deliver fast, high resolution printing with superior scratch resistance, wide colour gamut and expanded media support for guaranteed durability.
Die Cut Labels
The four-colour VersaCAMM series is as versatile as its name implies. Switch from printing banners, vehicle wraps or fine art to printing and contour cutting labels or decals in minutes. Create custom heat transfers for apparel, point of purchase displays and all manner of signs and outdoor graphics. Take advantage of the advanced features in VersaWorks RIP software including the Roland Color System for spot colour matching, Variable Data Printing, the Max Impact preset for richer colour contrast and more. For even faster production, the SolJet Pro III XC-540 delivers rich, dense 6-colour CMYKLcLm images at an impressive maximum print speed of 41m²/hr. The XC-540 can also be configured using Eco-Sol Max CMYK, white and metallic ink for creating bold white and metallic value-adding graphics for packaging comps, window graphics, POS, labels, decals and more.
Labels and Decals
Roland’s integrated printing and cutting technology is revolutionising the label, decal, membrane switch panel and packaging industries. Roland offers several inkjets which combine digital die cutting with precision printing including the popular VersaCAMM series eco-solvent printer/cutters, the high-performance SolJet Pro III XC-540 eco-solvent printer/cutter, and the remarkable VersaUV LEC-330, the world’s first UV inkjet printer/cutter. Roland printer/cutters are renowned for offering unmatched productivity and overall performance. Once these devices finish printing, they automatically contour cut designs with precision accuracy for a broad range of complex graphics.
VersaCAMM™ VP-540i - Return on Investment Example
Andy runs a VersaCAMM™ VP-540i with Eco-Sol Max ink for 4 hours a day. He produces his work at 540 x 720 dpi. This gives him an output of 9.4m2 per hour. Matie his assistant spends roughly 1 hour per day setting up and checking the machine.
Ink costs are calculated at a maximum of £1.94 per square metre for heavy ink coverage and media costs are estimated at £2.46 per square metre, so Jack sells his output for £30.00 per square metre.