Digitally printed wall graphics in Roland DG Creative Centre

Printing Wall Graphics

With Professional Print Solutions

Installing wall graphics in sections
Installing wall graphics in sections

Printing Wall Graphics with Digital Technology

You can use wall graphics to advertise, promote a company brand, decorate a room, or fill a wall space with any other creative application. These graphics can from vinyl-cut lettering to full-colour, digital-printed artwork, branding and photographs. As a print service provider, wall graphics and signage present a major source of profit and revenue.

Wall graphics printing machines
Wall graphics printing machines

Wall Graphics Printers and Cutters

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A major source of profit and revenue for many sign and graphics providers, the following applications demonstrate some of the varied wall graphics applications that you can produce with Roland DG machinery. No matter how big your business, we have a wall graphics solution for you.

Top Quality Hardware

Go even further with professional printing and cutting machines

Intuitive Software

Print wall graphics your way with feature-rich and simple software

Roland DG Care Warranty

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Make Your Own Wall Graphics

Ways to grow a business with wall graphics

Vinyl-cut adhesive letters on a wall
Digitally printed wall graphics in a business foyer
Digitally printed custom wallpaper rolls
Personalised name sticker on a nursery wall
Close up of a digitally printed banner showing eyelet
Digitally printed canvas on a wall
Exhibition booth featuring digitally printed graphics
A storefront featuring digitally printed graphics
A lightbox on a wall with backlit advertisement graphics
A triptych of posters on a wall

Wall Graphics Printing Machines

Professional Solutions from Roland DG

TrueVIS VG3-640 printer/cutter
TrueVIS LG-640 UV printer/cutter
TrueVIS AP-640 resin printer

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you want to cover the entire wall, ensure your design is larger than the space, giving yourself some excess to trim away when you’re finished.

The overall quality will vary depending on the job but try to keep your raster images around 300 dpi (vector images will retain their quality at any scale).

If your graphic is wider than your printer, you can use VersaWorks’ tiling function, which prints the graphic in panels including a slight overlap on each side.

Ensure any bumps or cracks are filled or sanded away, then clean the wall thoroughly with isopropyl alcohol. If you are simply applying a decal to the wall, remove half the backing material and position your decal as desired.

Using a squeegee, firmly press the graphic to the wall, avoiding any creases or bubbles. Then remove the remaining backing paper and use the squeegee to complete the application.

For larger wall graphics comprised of several panels, start from the top left and carefully apply the left-hand-side panel, ensuring it is applied straight and follows the edge of the wall. Use a squeegee to firmly attach the material to the wall as you work from top to bottom.

When you encounter plug sockets, switches, window ledges or door frames, use a craft knife to cut holes leaving enough excess to fold around the item.

When adding another panel, take care to align the graphic with the previous panel and work as before.

Any adhesive vinyl can be used to produce wall graphics but print professionals commonly use a high-quality, removable self-adhesive vinyl. If you are printing wallpaper, several papers are produced specifically for this application.

Talk to your media supplier who will happily suggest a material to best suit your job.

The durability of your wall graphic will depend largely on the environment. A typical wall sticker is rated to last 3-5 years outside (media dependent), so you can expect an indoor graphic to last longer provided there is no excess moisture in the air and the room isn’t subject to frequent changes in temperature.

This will depend on the adhesive used in the vinyl and the bond between the paint and the wall. If the paint isn’t adhered strongly to the wall, there is a chance that it may come off when the adhesive is removed.

On the other hand, if the adhesive in the vinyl isn’t strong enough, the sticker may slip or peel over time. It’s important to find a compromise between the two and this is something you should communicate to your customers if they have any doubts.

All Roland DG’s ink technology can be used to produce wall graphics including UV, Eco-solvent and Resin. Resin ink is particularly popular for wall graphics that are required to meet tighter regulations, for example in hospitals, schools or public buildings. Our digital vinyl cutting devices are also popular for producing vector wall art and wall lettering.

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