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A-to-Z of Printing: “T” is for Ties, Scarves, and Bandana Accessories

From fashion items like bow ties and scarves, to an essential new need for bandanas and face accessories, get inspired to tap into a whole new world of custom accessories with this revealing blog post about the latest dye-sublimated applications.

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A-to-Z of Printing: “S” is for Sales Signs and Store Signs

For owners of Roland DG eco-solvent printers, UV flatbed printers and dye-sublimation printers, making stand-out signs and banners that impress your clients and their customers is simply second nature.The following sign examples highlight some quick sales signs as well as sophisticated signage that users are able to create with large format Roland DG print technology.

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A-to-Z of Printing: “R” is for “Ready-Made Blanks”— See Some Profitable New Customization Ideas

See some profitable new customization ideas in product blank printing for UV flatbed, direct-to-garment, and laser engraving— no longer limited to phone cases, mugs, and keychains, discover some new and unique blank products for your Roland DG devices to amaze and delight customers.  

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A-to-Z of Printing: “Q” is for “Quality Customization”— Fresh Ideas in High-End Product Personalization

In our ongoing A-to-Z series of cool products you can print on, we’ve shared a ton of ideas for printing on generic items like phone cases, golf balls, posters and everything in-between. In our latest A-to-Z post, we’d like to share some fab new ideas that illustrate the high-end specialty pieces that you might consider as exciting new products to add to your application list.

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A-to-Z of Printing: Posters that Pop

In today’s digital print environment, posters are as popular as ever and print and graphics providers are using Roland DG machines to print poster art on all manner of different films, papers, and substrates. The following examples of Roland DG printed posters illustrate how you can print onto different materials while maintaining the dynamic color and visual impact that makes poster art so appealing and enduring.

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A-to-Z of Printing: Printing on Notepads

Notepads are the kind of everyday items that mean so much more when they have a personal logo, message or piece of personal artwork on them. The following printed notepad examples illustrate the kinds of personalized notepad graphics that you can create with VersaUV flatbed printers, Texart dye-sublimation printers and the LD-80 laser decorator. 

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A-to-Z of Printing: Print on Leather

Leather has always been a highly valuable material. Used in the production of many high-end fashion and décor products, leather becomes even more valuable if you’re able to personalize it with logos, patterns, art, and text.  The following examples of leather customization illustrate the many types of leather products you can print directly onto with VersaUV flatbed technologies.

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Printing on Jars, Jugs, Jam Labels and other Packaging: A-to-Z of Printing

Your product’s packaging should communicate a purpose. As a major piece of your company’s visual branding, it must convey what your business stands for and what it means to your customer. Whether you’re looking to print labels, packaging prototypes, or other promotional products, Roland DG technology helps you realize that brand vision by offering graphically superior and cost-effective print solutions. 

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iPhone Printing and iPad Printing: A-to-Z of Printing

People are mad for the iPad! In the digital age of personal electronics, iPhones and iPads have become extensions of ourselves, holding our memories, our friends, our bank details, and our lives. Customizing iProducts is big business and many graphics providers are enjoying great profits and success by custom iPhone covers, iPad skins, decals, and even direct printing onto iPads or iPhones. The following examples offer some cool and fun customization ideas for personalizing iPhones and iPads.

 

 

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