Build a successful business with Roland DG's desktop solutions

July 08, 2021

Roland DG Australia, a leading manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and 3D devices, today launched new resources to show customers how they can build a profitable small business from their home or other small business location using Roland DG’s desktop devices.

Affordable, easy-to-use and versatile, Roland DG’s desktop solutions are more than just machinery, they offer an opportunity for customers to build a profitable business from their home or other small business location. The new resources demonstrate how these solutions can give anyone the tools to create a range of value-added items that people want to pay for and own.

Focusing on a few key devices, Roland DG provides ideas on what can be created, and how. For example, custom giftware, phones and stationery can be created easily with the LEF-12i UV printer, whilst the BN-20 printer cutter is great for signs, posters, stickers, and labels. The BT-12 direct-to-garment printer is ideal for personalising fabric décor, shirts and other garments, and the GS-24 vinyl cutter can produce vinyl stickers, decals and other graphics. Customised engraving with the DE-3 Engraver, foil personalisation with the LD-300 laser decorator, and metal impact printing onto giftware with the MPX-95 impact printer offer further ways that businesses can grow their product range. Each device has unique and versatile capabilities that empower people to build a profitable business, and turn their imagination into reality.

As a part of the campaign, Roland DG has developed an informative guide, "Turning Your Craft Into Cash: Ideas for Home Based Businesses" that outlines how to build a business from home, including advice from experts on generating income with desktop solutions.

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