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We are all busy day in and day out. Sometimes you need to take a break and get away from all the hustle and bustle of daily life. When this time comes, it is important to take a few simple steps to make sure your printer is in top shape when you come back to the shop. Here are some tips to help avoid any down time due to maintenance issues.
Historically, a great workflow for achieving cut accuracy in a “print/laminate/cut” job involving long runs of decals has been the CustomCut function in VersaWorks. However, the introduction of VersaWorks 6 has made achieving this kind of accuracy even easier.
The VersaWorks 6 RIP software is packed with new functions to make your colours pop and streamline your print and cut workflow. The latest update to VersaWorks 6 has been designed to make your printing life even easier with the new Job Assistant function.
Roland DG’s next-generation TrueVIS printers and printer cutters have highlighted a useful feature that’s available in VersaWorks 6. The latest TrueVIS VF2-640 printer boasts new Green and Orange ink that allows for an expanded colour gamut, but did you know that any Roland DG printer running VersaWorks 6 can benefit from this enhancement?
In the year of 2020, signs are everywhere. From retailers, corporate office spaces, restaurants and schools, signs such as decals, wall and window signs and floor graphics, are becoming increasingly important to convey the COVID-19 safety, health and hygiene message.
As you get back to business, there are a few things you need to do to keep your printer cutter in optimal working condition. Take a look at this step-by-step maintenance walkthrough we performed on our TrueVIS VG2 Series printer cutter and other large format inkjet devices.
The COVID-19 outbreak has affected businesses across the globe, including those in the print, sign and graphics industries. Many businesses have closed, while others remain open but operating under very different circumstances. With business owners given very little time to prepare, and with the situation constantly evolving, we have put together some tips on how to navigate these uncertain times.
With consumers becoming more comfortable with purchasing a variety of products online, many industries do not need a physical store location to remain competitive in their market. For owners of bricks and mortar stores, who are now facing a global online market, competition has never been fiercer. Rather than sitting back and watching the sales roll in, retailers must adapt to this ever-changing landscape – or risk falling behind.