New Roland DGA Graphic Transfer System™ (GTS) Makes It Easier Than Ever to Customize Dimensional Products and Irregular Shapes | Roland

New Roland DGA Graphic Transfer System™ (GTS) Makes It Easier Than Ever to Customize Dimensional Products and Irregular Shapes

LEF2 UV printer, V-BOND UV Ink, and new GTS media allow for the transfer of detailed graphics onto objects with no weeding or surface material necessary, to customize products that are difficult or impossible to print on.

The new Roland DGA Graphic Transfer System™ (GTS)


For more information, contact:

Marc Malkin                                                   

(949) 727-2100 ext. 1372             


Irvine, Calif., July 18, 2023 – Roland DGA has introduced the new Graphic Transfer System (GTS™) that enables users to apply pre-printed UV ink graphics to irregularly shaped items – including those with uneven surfaces, rounded corners, or extended edges – that are difficult or impossible to print on directly, or not suitable for decals. GTS makes it quick and easy to transfer vibrant, detailed designs, logos, or text onto a wide variety of objects and substrates.

The Graphic Transfer System consists of multiple components needed to print and transfer graphics, including Roland DGA’s new GTS Print Sheets and GTS Transfer Film, V-BOND UV ink, and LEF2 Series benchtop UV flatbed printers (each sold separately). Current LEF2 owners can purchase the other necessary system components, including the inks, print sheets, and transfer film, to take advantage of the new opportunities and applications made possible by the GTS.

The GTS process is a breeze, with just a few simple steps required. After the desired graphic is printed onto the GTS Print Sheet with an LEF2 printer and V-BOND ink, the user overlays the GTS Transfer Film onto the graphic. Once that has been done, the graphic is ready for transfer to the desired object using light manual pressure. The transfer sheet is then gently peeled away, leaving the UV ink adhered to the item. Transferred graphics are durable and scratch- resistant, plus they have been dishwasher tested with no reported issues.*

Perfect for retail applications, small businesses, and print service providers, GTS makes it possible for anyone – even those with no printing experience – to customize or personalize just about anything. Print providers equipped with GTS can provide clients with the pre-printed graphics on transfer sheets and the customer can easily perform the transfer.

“Just because objects are large or unusually shaped doesn’t mean you can’t enhance them with stunning UV-printed designs,” said Roland DGA Product Manager Kitt Jones “Our new Graphic Transfer System makes it incredibly simple to decorate items that can’t be direct-printed on, or even those that could but where an alternative is beneficial. With the pre-printed transfer in hand, you can apply colorful, detailed graphics and unique dimensional and textural effects in seconds.”

The LEF2 printer and V-BOND Ink components of GTS can be purchased through authorized Roland DGA dealers, while the GTS Print Sheets (available in 25 packs or 100 packs), and GTS Transfer Film (available in 25 m or 50 m rolls) can be purchased through authorized resellers or at the Roland DGA Online Store.

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*Testing for the specific material application is recommended.

About Roland DG Americas

Roland DG Americas serves North and South America as the marketing, sales, distribution, and service arm for Roland DG Corporation. Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG of Hamamatsu, Japan is a worldwide leader in wide-format inkjet printers for the sign, apparel, textile, personalization and vehicle graphics markets; engravers for awards, giftware and ADA signage; photo impact printers for direct part marking; and 3D printers and CNC milling machines for the dental CAD/CAM, rapid prototyping, part manufacturing and medical industries.