Accelerating Personal Electric Vehicle Innovation Through Rapid Prototyping
05/21/2020 3D Digital Fabrication
“I’ve even given up on going to the grocery store just two blocks away.” Revolutionary personal electric vehicle company WHILL developed its mobility device with a single wheelchair user’s voice in mind. WHILL’s development department uses Roland DG’s MODELA MDX-50 milling machine to prototype their products.
Printology Digital Helps Local Businesses Cope with COVID-19
05/18/2020 Digital Printing
The COVID-19 virus is impacting all our lives and will undoubtedly continue to change the way we work for years to come. With that in mind, it’s important for sign and graphics shops to pivot their businesses to adjust to this new reality. In this blog, Roland DGA, Roland DG’s sales and marketing subsidiary for the Americas spoke with our inkjet printer user from Canada who is helping their local community by producing COVID-19 related signs.
Face Shields Made Easy With A Laser Engraver
04/28/2020 Corporate Activities, 3D Digital Fabrication
With the novel coronavirus spreading rapidly around the world, many people, companies, and educational and research organizations have been uploading free ideas on the internet for making their own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) items to protect against infections. Here is information on how you can make your own face shield using Roland DG’s laser engraver.
Christmas Workshop Event Provides Lasting Memories for Ibaraki Airport Visitors
01/30/2020 COTO-ZUKURI, Digital Printing, Events & Tradeshows
Roland DG's custom COTOVAN vehicle equipped with UV printer made a special appearance during a Christmas event held at Ibaraki Airport in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. COTOVAN provided a hands-on workshop for making key rings designed with participants photos as pilots and other travel-related characters.
Creating Unique Experiences with Fans at Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters Official Store
01/09/2020 COTO-ZUKURI, Digital Printing, Events & Tradeshows
Roland DG's custom vehicle COTOVAN recently visited the official store of the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters Japanese baseball team near the team's home field at Sapporo Dome in Hokkaido, Japan. Equipped with digital tools including direct-to-garment printers, COTOVAN helped visitors create one-of-a-kind tote bags and t-shirts printed with player uniform numbers, names and other design features.