This week’s Quick Tip from Roland DGA Application Specialist Mike Davis provides useful pointers for achieving optimal results when applying direct-to-film (DTF) transfers to Polyester fabrics. We encourage you to forward this helpful information to any current or prospective BN-20D clients.
How to Prevent “Sticky” Ink Prints When Printing in Draft or Production Modes with a Roland DG IU-1000F
If any of your customers have commented that their printed output feels “sticky” when coming off an IU-1000F flatbed UV printer, share this week’s Quick Tip with them. Following just a few simple steps can help prevent this from occurring.
Share this week’s Quick Tip with your customers, which outlines the steps for taking advantage of the optional profiles in VersaWorks 6 Media Explorer – all available to Roland DG users with a few clicks of the mouse.
This week’s quick tip highlights a useful feature within VersaWorks 6 – the Copy Paste Setting Value (V) feature. It’s a convenient tool that’s incredibly useful when applying a lot of similar tasks or attributes to jobs. Sharing this tip with your customers will help save them a significant amount of time and effort when undertaking future projects.
Whether it's customized graphics on his favorite cooler, a personalized golf ball or a t-shirt printed with his favorite saying, Roland DG's print devices can help you make Father's Day special.
This week’s Quick Tip provides some useful information on one of Roland DGA’s newest media offerings – SoftSign™ Fabric Banner (RCM-SSFB). Share it with your customers and familiarize them with this great new product designed to give a high-end look and feel to any banner application.
If you have VersaSTUDIO BN-20D customers, you’ll definitely want to share this week’s Quick Tip with them. It provides some useful pointers for creating direct-to-film transfers that will be pressed by the final customer anywhere from several days to weeks after the transfer has been completed. Following these simple steps will help ensure optimum results.
Resin or latex ink has been around for more than a decade, and offers rich, lasting color on quick drying, low VOC prints.