Roland DG Case Studies

LEF-200 Case Studies
Ash Mediratta, managing director at Kustomized, explains how Roland DG helped him see that market opportunities in the creative industry have never been bigger… Having worked in the IT industry for more than 15 years, Ash decided to chang... Read More
A new and innovative business is taking Roland DG’s commercial printers into a retail environment as they offer customers instant personalised merchandise. Having spent over a decade selling Roland DG machines from his dealership, last ye... Read More
The VersaUV LEF-20 desktop printer provides quality, versatile printing solutions to help Stuff4 expand their product capabilities and create new business opportunities across Europe After discovering the infinite possibilities that the pri... Read More
Mr Nutcase
Hampshire-based online mobile phone case customisation store, Mr Nutcase is going from strength to strength since its investment in Roland’s VersaUV LEF-20 flatbed printer late last year from Roland Authorised dealer printMAX. The company spe... Read More
MDX-40A Case Studies
Sculptor Andrew Werby has been in on the merging of art and technology from the beginning. In the late ’70s and early ‘80s, he and several like-minded artists began the Juxtamorphic art movement, using moulds to capture natural forms and mani... Read More
BN-20 Case Studies
As Paul Booth expands his business with the opening of his second shop, the business owner explains why he swears by his Roland DG machines Paul Booth started trading in the print industry in 1996, where he launched Ultimate Identity as a p... Read More
LEJ-640FT Case Studies
Innovation is a word that can be overused, but at this year’s Sign & Digital UK there was true excitement amongst signage professionals for an innovative new business formed by digital print veteran Andrew Ainge. Shimmerdisc is a truly ground... Read More
SRM-20 Case Studies
As a leading education provider, Falmouth University chose Roland DG machines to teach the next generation of professionals thanks to their value, reliability and versatility Roland DG is renowned for building and maintaining loyal and long... Read More
Following an extensive search for a machine that produces designs so intricate they are almost impossible to do by hand, designer Dave Tilbury chose the SRM-20. Dave Tilbury was made redundant after a lifetime of working in the engineering... Read More
VS-i Series Case Studies
Stuart from Cubic Digital and Roland VersaCAMM VS-540
Southampton-based print shop, Cubic Digital, has been in operation for 15 years. The business is headed up by owner, Stuart Joseph, and has built up a very successful reputation for providing high quality promotional products, such as posters, fly... Read More
Hertfordshire-based full-service print services provider, Datum Print, has been offering its high-quality graphic design, marketing, and digital and wide format printing services to agencies, print management companies and popular brands such as B... Read More
Danny Frayne (centre), managing director of QuickPrint SW and his son, Richard (right), are pictured with Duncan Macdonald of Avon Graphic Technologies and the newly installed Roland VersaCAMM VS-640
When Danny and Richard Frayne of Exeter-based QuickPrint SW attended an open day at Roland DG’s new Creative Centre in Clevedon with Roland partner Avon Graphics, they were so impressed they made the instant decision to invest in a new wide-for... Read More
DVLC uses four-colour for speedy vehicle graphics
For the directors of Washington based Discount Vehicle Lettering Company (DVLC), Mark and Helen Taylor, it was the 64” (1.62m) width and its ability to produce dual CMYK with precision contour cutting that made the VS right for them. The cannil... Read More
Ian Lynam meets Metallic World
International graphic designer Ian Lynam worked collaboratively with Roland DG to explore the potential of metallic inkjet. During this project he developed three works: “Space Is The Place”, “UTOPIA” and “Future Streets”. "Space Is... Read More
Reddhart Graphics uses the VS to move into innovative applications
Essex-based Reddhart Graphics supplies a broad range of print-related services, including a vast array of wide-format output ranging from point-of-sale materials, through displays and posters, to more unusual jobs such as guitar wraps. Managing Pa... Read More
Roland's metallic ink turns pub sign into a classic
When Classic Lines Plus Signs was asked to replace the main sign at a local pub, The Railway Inn, the company was quick to utilise its recently installed Roland VersaCAMM VS print-and-cut machine to produce an innovative metallic result. The comp... Read More
RF-640 Case Studies
Business owner, Scott Evans, explains why a partnership with Roland DG goes beyond the purchase of a machine… Print professional Scott Evans was just 18 when he started out in the print industry seven years ago, opening his own sign compa... Read More
Former British Armed Forces man, Dave Metcalfe entered into the printing industry in 1997, after 40 years serving for his country. With a longing to experience hands-on business management in the print sector, but with little expertise or knowl... Read More
VG series Case Studies
Headed up by sign professional Mike Andrews, Signs and Lines Limited provides quality signage and a comprehensive sign service to companies across the UK. Upon starting the company in 2006, Mike made the decision to invest in an integrated prin... Read More
DWX-4W Case Studies
In 2009, Nick Goodacre opened the award-winning Wellington Clinic, in Chelsea, London, offering customers a complete dental service - from preventative care and hygiene, to restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments. With an ambition to be t... Read More
RT-640 Case Studies
Peter Sanders, managing director at Prince William Pottery explains how investing in quality products with Roland DG has helped improve the competitiveness of his business… Founded in 1937 by Ray Sanders, Prince William Pottery was initia... Read More
LEF-12i Case Studies
United Bricks
Realising that LEGO didn’t produce a military themed product range, 15-year-old Callum Winspear took matters into his own hands. The teenager identified a demand from like-minded LEGO enthusiasts for similar niche figures and, what started ou... Read More
Alistair Lofthouse, Owner ALD and Liz Mottram, co-director with the VersaUV LEF-12 from Roland DG
Instead of battening down the hatches and weathering recent economic storms, Sheffield’s ALD Print has fought back by diversifying its print business with the recession-busting VersaUV LEF-12 desktop UV-inkjet printer from Roland DG. Establishe... Read More
DWX-51D Case Studies
Dedicated to working towards the future of Dental implant technology, Evodental pride themselves on being on the pioneering end of the industry. Based in two UK locations, brothers Manoj and Rajesh Vijayanarayanan run the commercial and clinica... Read More
XR-640 Case Studies
As Oakdene designs reaches a 1.5 million annual turnover, its owner explains how his love for Roland DG at college helped get him to where he is now… Clevedon, UK, April 2016 – Ben Grist, founder of Oakdene Designs, first came across Ro... Read More
Lotus F1 Team, in co-operation with Warner Bros. Pictures, has created a new F1 racing machine suitable for a post-apocalyptic future. The new car - the Lotus F1 Team Mad Max Hybrid –was created to coincide with the May 15th launch of the 201... Read More
From large format banners and photoboards to vehicle livery and exterior and interior signage, Signpost Signs has been fulfilling the signage requirements of its customers for over 15 years. Company owner, Steve Hems, and his team of seven produce... Read More
ECO-SOL MAX Case Studies
Neil Tucker - General Manager - Pace
The latest video instalment of Roland’s national tour of customers features Pace General Manager Neil Tucker discussing his satisfaction with the Roland VersaCAMM SP-540i and Eco-Sol Max inks. Pace operates from two sites, a purpose built produ... Read More
Sign Force only use Roland Eco-Sol Max inks
Sign Force in Norwich’s impressive arsenal of Roland DG printing and print & cut technology has helped the company establish itself as one of the South’s premier trade suppliers of display graphics. Its two SolJet Pro III XJ-740 printers, a... Read More
LEC Series Case Studies
Sales Director, Clive Stinchcombe explains why Roland DG has been essential in making the new Innovation Centre a success. Family owned and run Beatus Cartons is a design and manufacture company that produces creative and versatile cartons... Read More
South London print studio, GiraffePress is transforming its business with the help of a Roland VersaUV LEC-540 printer/cutter. The Lambeth-based company installed Roland’s unique UV printer/cutter in June 2013, and has been busy since introducin... Read More
International Greetings - Dion Hester - and the Roland DG VersaUV LEC-540
Since International Greetings adopted a Roland VersaUV LEC-540 printer/cutter for prototyping its creative greetings products, its designers spend up to 40 per cent more time doing what they do best: designing innovative products for clients. The... Read More
Roland VersaUV LEC-540 is the essential choice for colour specialist's new enterprise
One of the first things that colour print specialist Lance Britnell ensured when he joined his brother, Darren, in his innovative print and design business was to invest in a Roland VersaUV LEC-540 wide-format UV-curable print-and-cut solution. Th... Read More
Prototyping specialist opts for the versatility of Roland DG's VersaUV LEC-540
Beams International specialises in the design and manufacture of gift packs, and packaging of goods for promotions in the food and drinks’ industry. The company creates and produces branded and bespoke items for the retail market in the UK and o... Read More
James Townsend & Sons Ltd in new reprographic venture
As part of their expansion plans labels and packaging specialist James Townsend has recently launched a separate reprographics company called Think Repro. The Exeter-based labels and packaging specialist has identified new sales channels within th... Read More
Tome Brass outlines why helping the visually impaired is such a pleasureTome Brass outlines why helping the visually impaired is such a pleasure
Established in 1973 as an engraving company Tome Brass has since diversified to keep ahead of the game and now offers public services such as the production of braille sign boards and maps. Prior to the purchase of their LEC printer/cutter Tome B... Read More
Nagai Print prints short-run and variable size labels with the VersaUV
Award-winning Japanese print supplier, Nagai Print, purchased the VersaUV to help supply label, decal and point-of-purchase materials to the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry. Prior to purchasing the VersaUV they had found it expensive to prod... Read More