I have heard time and time again from our dealers and end-users that ErgoSoft Roland DG Edition RIP is a bit complicating to use.
While there are many people trying to make money in online customization, there’s no reason why you can’t find your own path through the ecommerce crowds. The following blog shares some helpful advice to those starting out in personalization and customization— suggesting a more strategic approach to graphics personalization and outlining 5 niche business markets you could find success in with Roland DG technology.
In today’s digital print environment, posters are as popular as ever and print and graphics providers are using Roland DG machines to print poster art on all manner of different films, papers, and substrates. The following examples of Roland DG printed posters illustrate how you can print onto different materials while maintaining the dynamic color and visual impact that makes poster art so appealing and enduring.
Wide-format inkjet printers are now producing some amazing things with fabric. You have probably seen many examples of sublimation, like these sublimated jerseys produced on a Roland DG FP-740. I especially enjoy the printed fabric wings on the replica of an 1895 Lillienthal glider that hangs in our lobby and were printed on a Roland DG AJ-1000.