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.
The Color Management Properties section of VersaWorks can be a bit of a mystery to a lot of users. Too often, this section is ignored by operators, sacrificing image quality out of ignorance. So, let’s stand at the edge of the color management rabbit hole and look down, hopefully without falling in with this quick tip that guides you through some essential presets and profiles.
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.
In the month of July, Roland DGA is celebrating color! Enjoy this infographic that takes a psychological look at some popular color theories. Whether you're a print expert, graphic designer, artist, or simply a color-lover, this fun graphic is perfect as a quick color reference for use on your designs, artwork, branding, web colors or call-to-actions. For more useful info, don't forget to register for our color fundamentals webinar series.
What color is this dress? We don’t see blue and black, or white and gold, we only see color management, color perception and output control that can be put into practice. To the uninitiated out there, the following blog post explores the issue of converting color we see onscreen to something which exists in the physical world as printed graphics, and how those colors will be output and perceived.
One challenge many users are facing regularly is how to print neutral gray images. We have to admit, gray is one of toughest colors to achieve because it uses all four colors on the printer, and they have to be perfectly balanced. Any small variances in the ink amount can shift the color. Here are a few tips to help you achieve that perfect gray color.