SOLJET Pro 4 XR-640 Large-Format Printer/Cutter Applications
Die Cut Labels and Decals
With integrated contour cutting, the Pro 4 XR-640 makes it fast and easy to print and contour cut labels and decals of virtually any shape and size. For cutting laminated graphics, Roland's Quadralign four-point optical registration system automatically realigns the cutting path and compensates for media skew and distortion.
With a 64” media width and print speeds of up to 528 square feet per hour, the XR-640 sets the standard for the production of vibrant, colorful banners. The addition of Light Cyan, Light Magenta and Light Black enhances gradations, ensures flawless flesh tones and neutral grays, and improves image quality across lighter colors.
The XR-640 delivers high color density and exceptional images and text that are durable up to three years outdoors without lamination. High density white ink provides greater opacity for window signs and clear materials, while metallic silver ink offers stunning premium effects that warrant a higher selling price.
With its integrated contour-cutting ability, the XR-640 is perfect for full or partial wraps. An integrated tri-heater system dries prints quickly even in high-speed modes for immediate finishing, installation or collection by the take-up system. Check out Roland Academy for information on our professional Born to Wrap™ workshops.
Posters and Backlit Displays
The XR-640 produces outstanding photorealistic poster graphics regardless of viewing distance. Eco-Sol MAX 2 performs on a wide range of both coated and uncoated media, including papers for posters and film for eye-popping backlit displays.
Décor and Fine Art
With variable droplet technology, the XR-640 is capable of delivering art and photographic reproductions with exquisite detail and stunning color. Light Black adds better reproduction of neutral gray gradations and more natural skin tones. Roland’s Solvent Canvas in gloss and matte finishes deliver exceptional gamut and image quality.
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