IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of digital fabrication tools including 3D milling machines, 3D printers and engraving machines, has announced the launch of a new photo impact printer - the METAZA MPX-95. With its diamond stylus and powerful impact force, the MPX-95 can add custom text, data and images with photographic detail onto a wide variety of hard metals, such as stainless steel, iron, titanium and platinum, as well as softer substrates like gold, silver, copper, nickel, aluminum and acrylic - quickly and with pinpoint accuracy. The advanced functionality and versatility of the MPX-95 make it ideal for a range of gift personalization applications as well as medical and industrial part marking. Perfect for gift shops and kiosks, it allows users to easily imprint photographs, vector graphics and text on everything from pens, smart devices and jewelry to golf clubs, trophy plates and giftware. Within healthcare environments, the MPX-95 can serve as a highly effective UDI (Unique Device Identification) barcode impact printer. It allows the user to easily imprint individual instruments with a serial number, 3D symbol or other marking to better manage the stock availability, location, usage history and maintenance records of those instruments. Roland also offers two optional kits for the MPX-95 photo impact printer - a Gift Kit and a DPM (Direct Part Marking) Kit - that enhance the impact printer's specialized capabilities for these respective applications. The Gift Kit includes both large and small clamp pins, a standard vise, and a movable center vise to hold items in place while they are being marked. The DPM kit consists of software that generates unique identifiers for each instrument, as well as a gripping vise, a moveable center vise and clamp pins. Both vises allow the position of the item to be fine-tuned by aligning it with the laser pointer after it has been clamped.