Like our name suggests, we have super-useful tips and tricks to help you with design projects, 3D production, vehicle wrapping and more. We also provide some excellent small business set-up and marketing advice as well as practical tips and tricks about our Roland software, print machinery and 3D milling products.
Starting at “A” and kicking off our A-Z series of what you can print on with a Roland printer, is “apparel.” The following steps show you how to begin the process of printing on items such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, hats and more ! It’s easy to get started in custom apparel. All you need is a Roland printer/cutter and Heat Transfer Material (HTM3).
New to dye-sublimation? Thinking of getting into this profitable printing business? Here’s a handy checklist of the items you’ll need to get started in dye-sublimation and to set yourself up for success.
In the third of our "quick tip" dental blog posts, Roland DGA Group Product Manager and Dental solutions expert, Brian Brooks, offers essential tips for dental milling machine owners about the proper care for your diamond coated tools.
In the second of our info blog hubs, we’ve made an extensive list of all the useful tips and tricks for Roland DG software, inkjet printers, flatbeds, dye-sublimation printers, CNC machines, dental milling machines and more. Also included in this rundown are some small business advice articles and other resources to help you grow your company.
In the second in our series of special dental blog posts, Roland DGA Group Product Manager and Dental solutions expert, Brian Brooks, offers set-up advice for dental milling machine owners to ensure improved air-flow and performance.
In the first of a series of special dental blog posts, Roland DGA Product Manager for Dental Solutions, Dwight Blair, offers a quick tip for dental milling machine owners about matching the right milling tools with the correct materials.
There was a time when embossing meant creating a special die-cut stamp for a letterpress machine that would impress the design onto a paper substrate. There’s definitely still a place for these traditional techniques, however, with digital UV technologies from Roland DG, the art of adding textures and embossed effects to all manner of media and surfaces has never been easier or more impressive.
Roland DGA presents a host of customized gift and product ideas and promotions for the holidays and beyond. Turn generic gift items and product blanks into something personal and cool!
Here are a few of the many gift items that can be customized with Roland devices, including the cost of blanks and production, that we feel have that extra bit of sparkle and magic:
Before you start designing, you should size up the vehicle. Photograph the vehicle from all sides and take key measurements of the sides, hood, rear, roof and bumpers, then scale the photos accordingly in your design software.