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.
Unlike other Texart family printers, the newly launched XT-640S direct-to-garment printer doesn’t come bundled with ErgoSoft Roland DG Edition Software. It comes with an equally powerful RIP, however – CADLINK Digital Factory Apparel Pro, Roland DG Edition. This Quick Tip informs users about some added-value services included with the new RIP.
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.
The history of the X-games and extreme sports is filled with colorful, exciting graphics that make people want to conquer the waves, kickflip the board, ride the ramp, or buy the t-shirt. The following applications outline some of the types of custom graphics products you can produce with a selection of Roland DG machinery.