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Infografía de la camiseta

Infografía de los Grandes Momentos en la Historia de la Camiseta

Roland DGA presenta una historia de la camiseta. Una humilde prenda interior para hombres que evolucionó para convertirse en la más popular prenda en el mundo. Desde su invención durante la Guerra Civil Estadounidense hasta las más duraderas tendencias de modas de hoy, nuestra divertida infografía le lleva en un fascinante y colorido recorrido.

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Imaginarium Artcademy 2017 – Making Fine Art With Fine Technology

This year, Roland is making an extra-effort to reach out to the artistic community to support the work of artists, photographers and multi-media designers. Partnering with famous artist, author and Roland user, Bonny Pierce Lhotka, we invited a group of fellow artists to our Roland DGA Headquarters in Irvine, California to spend three days making art with machines that included our VersaUV and Texart dye-sublimation printer technologies. 

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“C” DE “CAMPER”

En la 2016 SGIA Expo de Las Vegas, Nevada, los expertos en rotulación de vehículos de Digital EFX Wraps les enseñaron a los asistentes a cómo transformar un remolque retro Happier Camper con gráficos nítidos producidos con una impresora/cortadora Roland. A continuación, vea un resumen del proceso de rotulación del vehículo:

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Dental Tips & Tricks with Dwight Blair

Dental Milling Tips & Tricks – Tip 4. Your ITC (Intelligent Tool Control)

Congratulations! Your Roland DWX mill has an automatic tool changer (ATC) with multiple slots that allows you to get the most out of your tooling options. But wait… what’s the need for multiple slots when most milling jobs require only two or three tools for the process? This blog posts shows users how to use your Vpanel software and Intelligent Tool Control for effective, multiple tool production.

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“A” FOR “APPAREL”

Starting at “A” and kicking off our A-Z series of what you can print on with a Roland printer, is “apparel.” The following steps shows you how to print 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 printer/cutter and Heat Transfer Material (HTM3).

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