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Roland VersaSTUDIO BT-12 Direct-to-Garment Desktop Printer

Introducing the Roland VersaSTUDIO BT-12 Direct-to-Garment (DTG) Desktop Printer.

This affordable, user-friendly desktop system produces stunning full-color graphics on cotton shirts and other products, allowing you to get into the profitable world of custom apparel quickly and easily.

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Description

Highlights:

  • A complete, low-cost solution includes finisher unit, cassette tray and cleaning accessories (approximately 1-year supply.)
  • With a simple 3-step process, you can automatically print your design and cure the ink in one smooth workflow.
  • Brilliant inks and images provide sharp and color-brilliant image results.
  • A clean and fully-enclosed process – safely print onto garments without coming into contact with chemicals, steam or heat.
  • Compact and affordable to run, the stackable solution fits any classroom or office and works with standard wall sockets.
  • Includes super-easy design software for users of all abilities – output your PNG, JPG, TIFF*, PDF* and BMP* files. (*File types not supported by included Roland software but available for print output with other popular design programs.)
  • No complicated processes or bulky equipment – a fast, clean, simple, and affordable alternative to traditional garment printing.
  • Power your school’s profit opportunities by designing and printing items for a school store, clubs and groups, fundraising activities and special events!

Download the VersaSTUDIO BT-12 Direct-to-Garment Desktop Printer brochure

Case Study

Direct-to-Garment T-Shirt Production is Elementary

Roland DGA features Bon Air Elementary and their Summer Reading Challenge t-shirt project in their latest case study.

Burrell School District teacher Melinda Kulick teamed up with us here at Allegheny Educational Systems to introduce digital direct-to-garment printing to students at Bon Air Elementary.

Read the full case study.

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