By Michael Jermann, Assistant Editor
To create accurate prototypes of its products, RSP Inc. relies on the Roland LEF-12 12 in. benchtop UV flatbed printer. RSP chose the LEF-12 because of its ease of use and low operating costs.
“Other printers we’ve looked at burn through $2,000 to $3,000 of ink each month just to keep running,” said Paul Ryan, co-owner of RSP. “The LEF-12 is easy to start up and shut down, and it re-circulates its inks, saving us money and time.”
RSP is a contract manufacturer supplying turnkey assembly packages. The company produces PCB switches, custom membrane switches, silicone rubber keypads and much more.
“The LEF-12 helps us quickly respond to the changing needs of our clients,” said Ryan. “Whenever they need a demonstration of a design idea or a short run of custom overlays, we can provide cost-effective solutions.”
“We see our growth continuing,” added Ryan. “With the LEF-12, we can produce prototypes and short runs for our clients that accurately demonstrate our production capabilities.”
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