Bryan Ballreich has been the production expert at the Roland DGA headquarters for over 31 years, so he knows a thing or two about Roland DG VersaWorks— the world's most popular print RIP software. In this collection of step-by-step video presentations, he'll show you how to get the best print, cut and production results from latest VersaWorks to make your graphic output better than ever.
A-to-Z of Printing: Posters that Pop
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.
Printing on Jars, Jugs, Jam Labels and other Packaging: A-to-Z of Printing
Your product’s packaging should communicate a purpose. As a major piece of your company’s visual branding, it must convey what your business stands for and what it means to your customer. Whether you’re looking to print labels, packaging prototypes, or other promotional products, Roland DG technology helps you realize that brand vision by offering graphically superior and cost-effective print solutions.
A-to-Z of Printing: “A” is for “APPAREL”
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).
Info Central for Inkjet Printers and Printer/Cutters
In the first of our info blog hubs, we’ve gathered together some of our most interesting and useful articles about inkjet printers and printer cutters. The following articles are a great resource for those who want to get into large format printing and for graphic experts who are looking for inspiration.
Meet Some Successful Large Format Graphics Businesses and Discover Why they Chose Roland DG
At Roland DGA, we love our customers and we’re inspired by what they do with Roland DG products. We recently visited three Roland DGA customers who are doing really exciting things in the sign and graphics industry and asked them why they chose Roland DG printers. Here is a short video of what they had to say:
De-Mystifying Some Myths About Eco-Solvent Ink
We hear a lot of debate on the subject of eco-solvent ink vs. latex ink and as the company that produces Eco-Sol® MAX, the most popular inks in the wide format durable graphics printer market, we feel the need to dispel some myths others send around the industry, so that buyers are aware of the real facts before deciding upon a wide format printer and ink system.
Roland DG Joins the Fury with the Lotus Mad Max F1 Car
Likely, most Roland DG vehicle wrap users and other Roland DG gearheads have already seen the Mad Max Fury Road movie with its spectacular array of post apocalyptic hotrods and weirdly wonderful machines. What you might not know is that Roland DG had a small part to play in the promotion of this movie with a very special F1 car that looks like it spent more time in the deserted wastelands of Australia, chasing after the elusive Mad Max than it has on an F1 track.
Getting Under the Hood of our New Pro 4 Line
Our new SOLJET® Pro 4 line is taking off like a rocket. In fact, we can’t build these printers fast enough. While this success can be attributed to many factors, we would like to take this opportunity to shine the spotlight behind the scenes – and give our exceptional Global One product development team the credit it deserves.
And the Oscar Goes to...
Yes, it’s Oscar season, and though the Academy has missed the boat on this one, we have NOT! Roland DG customers are out there on YouTube and we are here to applaud the effort. In our first ever Academy Awards of sorts, we’d like to showcase the Roland DG community as you have never seen it – with the cameras rolling.