Roland DG Blog
In the business of printing, product personalisation and UV printing can offer you many ways that to quickly and easily expand your business into new markets, creating new revenue opportunities.
Roland users create a wide variety of products for their demanding customers. In this case study video, representatives from three businesses, Bespoke Packaging, Created by Hands and Sport Award Trophies, talk about their unique experiences using Roland VersaUV LEF Series Benchtop UV Printers.
Notepads are the kind of everyday items that mean so much more when they have a personal logo, message or unique artwork on them. They are inexpensive items that are readily-available from retail stores and online. Due to their availability and price, customising notepads, notebooks, sketchbooks, organisers and other personal stationery is an easy-win for graphic customisation experts.
Applying decals or vinyl wrapping metal items used to be the only ways to add graphics to metal. Today, there are many more metal customisation options available, with Roland VersaUV flatbeds, Texart dye sublimation printers, and MPX-95 impact printers that offer a huge range of sophisticated finishes and personalisation results.
Since 2007, amid a changing finance landscape, Roland Rental, managed by the team at Ecolease, has thrived, helping more than 1,100 businesses acquire over $26 million worth of Roland equipment.
Golfers love the game and everything that goes with it, especially if it is unique to them: handmade clubs, monogrammed ball markers, bespoke clothes, logo-branded T-shirts and – of course – personalised golf balls.
International brand Moleskine held its MOLESKINE TRADE SHOW Spring/Summer 2018 annual event on November 15 and 16 in Tokyo. The Moleskine brand is renowned for bringing back to life the nameless black notebooks used by writers and artists that had long gone out of print.
DGSHAPE by Roland presents a graphical look at the dental CAD/CAM workflow for producing patient prosthetics. A great reference for dental offices, lab technicians, patients and those interested in getting into dental lab production, it shows the digital process of producing crowns, inlays, onlays, bridges and other restorations -- from office visit to finished prosthetic.