Roland Introduces New Photo Impact Printer: MPX-70
All-new MPX-70 Features Twice the Resolution and Three Times the Speed of the MPX-60
Hamamatsu, Japan. September 26, 2005. Roland DG Corporation, a pioneer in the photo marking industry, today introduced the new METAZA MPX-70, the latest in the METAZA series of photo impact printers and a powerful production tool for creating custom, personalized mementos out of hard acrylic and metal surfaces including gold, silver, platinum, stainless steel, brass and aluminum.
Roland´s original METAZA photo impact printer was introduced in 2000 as the world´s first device to permanently imprint photos on jewelry and other flat items. The MPX-70 represents the third generation of advanced METAZA technology and has been enhanced with twice the resolution and three times the speed of its predecessor, the MPX-60.
"The MPX-70 is our fastest, most precise METAZA to date," said Toshi Yahiro, Roland DG 3D Product Manager. "We are proud to introduce this state-of-the-art innovation into the rapidly expanding photo marking market. Since its introduction, thousands of METAZA units have been sold, helping entrepreneurs worldwide launch profitable METAZA businesses with a low initial investment and often with no previous industry experience".
The MPX-70 is as easy to setup and use as a desktop printer and customizes eye-catching pendants in less than six minutes. With a maximum resolution of 529 dpi, the MPX-70 offers the resolution required to accurately reproduce even the most delicate gradations, lines and text. It personalizes objects up to 90mm x 90mm x 20mm and is compact enough to fit on a small desk with a standard desktop or notebook PC running Windows ® 98SE or later.