Tips & Tricks
With the introduction of Green and Orange TR2 inks, next-generation TrueVIS printers are drawing attention to a useful VersaWorks 6 feature that’s available to all Roland DG printer users. The True Rich Color preset allows you to expand your color gamut. Find out how you can use it for outstanding color output in this quick tip.
Did you know that you can select the “OK” button in VersaWorks 6 without even seeing it? In the example below, notice how the screen resolution prohibits you from seeing the bottom of the window. To remedy this situation, just follow these steps.
Are you seeing changes in your sublimated output, but you haven’t changed a thing? See how to troubleshoot humidity and other common issues in this dye-sublimation quick tip.
Take your raised text, 3D textures, and other stunning effects to the next-level with UV Post Cure— a new feature found in VersaWorks 6 that lets you create an additional UV cure automatically. Discover how to turn your print results up to 11 with this simple addition to your RIP output.
When my daughter told me that her back-to-school “cheer sister” gift this year was on the theme of “socks” and she couldn’t find anything cute, I suggested making use of our amazing Roland technology to make some custom cheer socks in her team colors that her cheer sister could wear with ultimate school pride.
To become successful, artists have to not only master their craft, but also be active in the art community, attend gallery shows, art events, and build relationships in the business. However, there are even more practical steps that artists and photographers can take, and investments they can make to grow their business. After speaking with Roland Imaginarium Artcademy instructor and phenomenally successful artist, Bonny Lhotka, we can share some specific things fine artists can do to achieve greater success.
In the final installment of our blog series in which we showcase the very talented people at RCR Graphics Center powered by Roland, Lee Ball talks to us about how much the industry has changed over the last few decades and a few of the wrap strategies that RCR use to wrap their NASCAR vehicles and make them "camera-ready" for racetrack.
PJ Brassard recently talked to Roland about the unique relationship he has with Roland technology and the effect that our machines have had on his professional life– both before and during his tenure at RCR Graphics Center. From his humble beginnings at a local sign shop to managing design output at one of the premier sign and wrap companies in the country, he revealed how Roland printers have been a constant in his day-to-day operations.