The NASCAR season comes to a close this weekend having continued to entertain fans despite the challenges to live sporting events in 2020. As a company that supplies large format printer solutions, we especially love the “color of NASCAR" so we’re sharing the favorite racecar graphics of Austin Dillon, Tyler Reddick, and Anthony Alfredo, as well as favorite color schemes from members of the RCR Graphics Center team.
In the final installment of our blog series in which we showcase the very talented people at RCR Graphics Center powered by Roland DG, Lee Ball talks to us about how much the industry has changed over the last few decades and a few of the wrap strategies that RCR use to wrap their NASCAR vehicles and make them "camera-ready" for racetrack.
PJ Brassard recently talked to Roland DG about the unique relationship he has with Roland DG technology and the effect that our machines have had on his professional life– both before and during his tenure at RCR Graphics Center. From his humble beginnings at a local sign shop to managing design output at one of the premier sign and wrap companies in the country, he revealed how Roland DG printers have been a constant in his day-to-day operations.
What's cooler than boldly going where no man has gone before? Boldly going where no man has gone before with a sweet wrap emblazoned on your galactic transportation vehicle. To celebrate the release of Roland DG's new TrueVIS VG series, we're having a bit of fun, imagining what some future vehicles would look like if their graphics were produced on the future of print/cut devices.
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.
Congratulations, Iconography And Maxwell Dickson, Named “Application Of The Year” Award Winners By Readers Of Digital Output!
In this post, we’d like to highlight the most recent award-winning Roland DG businesses, Iconography and Maxwell Dickson, who took first and second place titles respectively in the 2013 Digital Output Magazine “Application of the Year” awards!
Votes have been counted, and samples have been securely packed. While the Roland DG Creative Awards have been closed to entries for months now, final judging hasn’t taken place yet. In the next few days, regional winners from around the world will be headed to our headquarters in Japan for a tour, celebration, and awarding of the grand prizes, which include Roland DG hardware.