The Step & Repeat function is an extremely useful tool within VersaWorks 6 that will save a lot of time and effort when reproducing graphics for use in different prints.
Did you know that there are settings within the control panel of Roland DG’s VersaUV LEF Series printers that can make production with these advanced benchtop flatbeds more user-friendly, efficient, and forgiving? This month’s Quick Tip provides an overview. Be sure to share this useful information with your LEF customers – they’ll thank you for it!
Roland DG is constantly adding new and innovative tools to VersaWorks 6 that simplify and automate workflows. However, this week’s Quick Tip covers an “oldie but goodie” that many users may have forgotten about – “Step-and-Repeat.” Read this post to refresh your memory on why this trick is still so relevant and useful.
New features have been added to the latest VersaWorks 6.12 software to further enhance the overall user experience. These include easy access to the Roland DG Connect app from VersaWorks, and several new “View Switching” options that allow the user to switch the layout view to better match expected output on the printer.
When you show your customers prints produced by a VersaUV LEC2 series printer/cutter using new ECO-UV Red and Orange inks, they won’t believe their eyes. The addition of these new inks expands the color gamut significantly and really makes the colors POP! So much so – if they don’t see the output actually coming off the LEC2 – they might think it came off a TrueVIS VG2.
If you're a print operator working in a group production environment like a large shop with different user levels or education facility or government role, here's a quick tip to enable non-administrator users to use VersaWorks with ease, security and flexibility.
Here’s a brief yet important Quick Tip from Roland DGA’s newest Application Specialist, Jim Maffeo, to share with your TrueVIS customers. It explains why it’s so important for end users to pay attention to the “Time for Maintenance” notifications they receive from their printers.