Nazdar releases new inks for Roland Truevis

Nazdar has released a new ink solvent ink, the 204 series, designed specifically for use in Roland TrueVis SG and VG Series wide format printers. The full inkset includes CMYK plus Light Cyan, Light Magenta and Light Black. 

Nazdar’s 204-series inks have been designed for use in Roland’s TrueVis wide format solvent printers.

These inks are said to offer a closely colour-matched and chemically-compatible alternative to the Roland-branded inks. These inks have been formulated to achieve the same regulatory classification as the OEM inks, making them suitable for use in environments without the need for specialised ventilation. As such they should be suitable for printing to all the usual substrates, including banner material, flexible and pressure-sensitive vinyl, blue back paper and backed mesh.

The inks do come with Nazdar’s own warranty, which covers the entire ink train, but I would still advise most users to wait until the warranty period for the printer has expired since no print manufacturer is going to help with any support once you’ve loaded someone else’s ink. That said, using a cheaper ink in an older printer is a sensible cost saving. 

Stephen Woodall, global market segment manager for Aqueous and Solvent Digital at Nazdar, commented: “The new 204 Series inks allow end-users to reduce their ink costs without compromising on quality. With exceptional colour and chemistry compatibility, combined with a seamless conversion process, the 204 Series inks enable users to switch one colour at a time – without the need for flushing or custom profiles in most situations.”

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