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Business Printing Digital

On-demand Digital Printing Technologies And Personalized Products

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The part then travels under a print head mechanism in which tiny droplets of CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) inks are released in a specific pattern to form an image. Typically, one part is printed at a time and can require from 8 to 45 seconds to complete, depending on artwork complexity and quality.

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Further expansion of such businesses is anticipated, given the growth of e-commerce and individuals’ increased desire for self-expression. In addition to the sign market, Roland DG plans to introduce the value of on-demand printing to the textile, retail and industrial markets. The market for on-demand printing is expected to expand still further in the future with the growing desire for personalization that reflects individual preferences and lifestyles. Together with refining its printing technology and the ability to print on a wide variety of materials and three-dimensional items, Roland DG will explore markets where these capabilities can be applied and cultivate businesses that can provide high added value. Dye sublimation transfer printers are used for printing onto textiles, where illustrations, photos or other images are printed in inverse on transfer paper with sublimation ink, and transferred to polyester using heat.

Roland DG first released its first cutting machine for sign production in 1988 and, since then, has sold more than 440,000 cutters. Today’s lineup has been developed to meet a diverse range of user requirements, with the professional model delivering exceptional cutting precision and speed, and the compact model designed for personal and office use.

Roland DG addresses these issues by developing and delivering high value-added products that feature excellent productivity and quality with low ink costs, and that provide versatility, thus enabling users to expand the scope of their applications and businesses. By providing extensive support including Roland DG Care, Academy and Creative Centers, the company intends to revitalize the market by helping customers realize the full potential from its products. In addition, further growth is anticipated for sign markets in emerging countries with products and applications that add value to meet economic growth. Roland DG will use the expertise and know-how developed over many years in the sign markets of advanced countries to collaborate with local partners in promoting solutions that are optimized to suit the needs of each country and region. The printing industry has been revolutionized with the advent of digital technology.