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.
Are you in the market for a Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printer? Is this your first venture into DTG printing? Even if you’re not a novice, a DTG printer has different requirements and processes than other printers. The following blog post takes a look at some key questions to consider if you’re shopping for a DTG printer.
If you have a business that creates corporate giveaways or wants to expand its brand to include apparel and giftware, Roland DGA has the ideal solution in the BT-12 direct-to-garment printer to help you print on t-shirts, tote bags, facemasks and more. Read about BeginRight Employment services and see how they created custom logo apparel with the BT-12.
Starting at “A” and kicking off our A-Z series of what you can print on with a Roland DG 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 DG printer/cutter and Heat Transfer Material (HTM3).
The shirt-maker. That’s what we’re calling the BN-20 now-a-days thanks to some recent conversations heard around the office. Turns out the young BN-20 VersaStudio (only 8 months old now) is making a splash in the decorated apparel market as a T-Shirt printer. You should have seen the crowds at our booth at ISS Long Beach last week. Everyone wanted a glimpse and a sample and some more info. They were 4 deep and blocking the aisle!