Roland DG Blog


To support your creativity and need for inspiration, we have developed some blog articles to help you get inspired and excited about creating something with your Roland device.
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Yamaichi and Olympian use Roland METAZA MPX-90 to Personalise Ice Skates

Yamaichi Special Steel is a perfect fit for the precise world of figure skating. Based in Nagoya, Japan – the home of many famous ice skaters – the steelwork company specialises in unique products such as automotive and semiconductor components, but has spent the past six years developing a completely new style of ice-skate blade. Plus, using a Roland METAZA MPX-90 photo impact printer from Roland DG, it is able to personalise each blade for its wearer.

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Using a Cutter to Brand Doors and Windows

If you have a vinyl cutter, you’re probably looking for ways that it can help you make money. In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at vinyl lettering for glass applications – windows in particular. There are hundreds of companies looking for ways to brand their buildings, add wayfinding signage, or add privacy. As a vinyl cutter owner, you can help.

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All About JIGS for LEF Series UV Printers

Roland VersaUV LEF Series UV Printers are perfect for personalising a range of items up to 100mm in height and on practically any material. Let your imagination run wild and see your profits soar.

When using a Roland LEF Series Printer, a jig will make it easier to print onto irregular shapes and products. Jigs are also handy for speeding up production set-up and for edge-to-edge printing with a bleed on the items.

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Personalised Wedding Applications

Weddings are big business. There is no doubt that the perfect wedding takes a great deal of planning… and money.

The appetite for something unique is only getting bigger and that’s great news for print professionals and makers of personalised gifts. With the right kit you can create a full wedding package for your clients. Here are just a few ways you can turn your print shop into a wedding workshop.

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