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When it comes to print and cut systems like the Roland, it can be easy to limit yourself to what media you have in your shop. However, using different media with your Roland Printer can provide different opportunities.
Today, let’s go over one of those opportunities, printing with Canvas on the Roland BN-20A.
Whether you already own a Roland BN-20 or Roland BN-20A or are considering purchasing one, this is an exciting opportunity to expand your business and reach different markets.
So, be sure to watch the video to see how we did it!
To showcase printing on Canvas, we used Roland’s SSC2 Solvent Satin Canvas.
Before you can print with Canvas in the Roland BN-20a, you will need to download a printer profile from the Roland Profile Center.
After opening the site, click on profiles.
When asked for information on your printer, select the following information:
These settings will allow you to download the print profile for printing with Canvas.
Now let’s get into the step by step instructions on how to get printing started!
Note: Remember to make any major edits before loading the design into VersaWorks.
Printing with Canvas is an exciting opportunity for your next Roland BN-20a project.
With minimal effort, you can print some stunning designs that can very easily be sold as home decorations or unique gifts.
Plus, with this machine you can set your artwork to print and walk away from the job until it’s finished!
This gives you the opportunity to get other tasks done around your home or shop.
If you want to learn more about the Roland BN-20a, consider giving us a call at 800-891-1094 or live chatting with our pros!
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