Roland DG Blog
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.
In the digital age of personal electronics, smartphones and tablets have become extensions of ourselves, holding our memories, our friends, our bank details, and many other important aspects of our lives. Beautifully designed but mostly generic, they are blank canvasses that beg to be customised to reflect our own personalities. Customising personal electronics is big business and many graphics providers are enjoying great success by supplying custom smartphone covers, tablet skins, decals, and even direct printing onto smartphones and tablets.
Refreshing home decor is a quick and easy way to update the interiors of your home… and your customers’ homes. By printing unique graphics to a cushion, wall or chair, you can create a personalised design statement that reveals your style and personality.
Soft signage provides a wide variety of applications to help your business grow and in turn become more profitable - not only from the wide range of applications, but also from the operational and workflow savings gained.
Whether you are a seasoned professional or new to the print industry, it’s likely that you would have come across the third party (or alternative) ink debate, in which concerns have been raised over assurances made without insight into potential consequences.
Recently we began printing and re-wrapping the Roland service cars, starting with the X-Trail. The designs for the new vehicle wraps were based on creating something fresh and clean, but still engaging and in line with Roland branding.
The future of dental technology is firmly rooted in mechanisation and automation and there is a major move toward a convergence of interrelated technologies. For example, the merging of 3D scanned data with 3D radiographs and extra-oral facial scans, allowing dentists to create virtual patients with all the metrics required for diagnosis, treatment planning and technology-aided treatment.