Five textile applications to encourage social distancing,
one Roland DTG printer
Here's five textile applications you can achieve with the compact VersaSTUDIO BT-12 direct-to-garment (DTG) printer to promote social distancing and keep people safe. They're also great for producing all kinds of stylish, on-trend clothing and accessories.
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in signage and textile printing
Ideal for those getting started in digital printing. Its compact design prints and cuts small format signage in one device.
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non-touch door openers and face shields
Creating new trends in face masks
Sign and display company Costaes realised its VersaSTUDIO BT-12, bought for T-shirt customisation, was ideal for personalising face masks.READ THE STORY (1 MINUTE)
Helping the development of a new ventilator
Advertising agency Vermeulen & Vermeulen Reclame produced easily readable control panels for a new ventilator design using their VersaUV LEJ-640 printer.READ THE STORY (2 MINUTES)
Solving a problem on the healthcare frontline
Elite Signs answered a nurse's call for help by printing thousands of name stickers on its SOLJET Pro 4 XR-640, normally used for high-spec vehicle graphics.READ THE STORY (2 MINUTES)
Giving small businesses new tools to survive
The Vinyl Guys saw orders for vehicle wraps and retail signage dip so offered customers something different from its TrueVIS SG-540 printer/cutter: stickers and labels.READ THE STORY (1 MINUTE)
Protective face shields for healthcare workers
Promakim used the Roland LV-180 laser engraver to manufacture protective face shields for healthcare workers.READ THE STORY (2 MINUTES)
Illustrators add some fun and colour for children’s facemasks
Discover how Spain's La Cocina Gráfica used Roland Texart dye sublimation technology to produce thousands of face masks certified for health use.READ THE STORY (2 MINUTES)
Following government and health and safety guidelines is paramount for you and your customers. Get in touch with your media provider or one of our experts at Roland to ensure you use the right signage materials, textiles and inks for your product.
*It is the responsibility of the producer of the printed facial masks to certify them in accordance with local regulations as well as the level of protection offered by the masks.
The producer must set up the washing and sterilisation process. These processes can fade the image printed/sublimated. Roland DG will not be responsible for the fading of images, nor for the production and certification processes of the face masks.
For health reasons and to avoid any possible allergic reaction do not allow the printed side of the mask direct contact with the skin and follow the recommendations of your country's health institutions.