Roland introduces R-Wear studio design software for apparel and gift shops

Roland DG Corporation has developed Roland R-Wear Studio, powerful new design software that supports Roland R-Wear Business Solutions. Lady modelling denim clothes.

Designed to meet the demands of custom apparel and gift shops, R-Wear Studio offers all the necessary design elements for a range of profitable applications, including heat-transfers for apparel, gift engraving, hot-fix rhinestones, vinyl lettering, labels and decals, and POS signage. With R-Wear Studio, users can even create multimedia apparel decorations featuring rhinestone embellishments and heat transfers together using vector-based designs, logos and lettering.

Roland R-Wear Studio comes complete with artwork, stylised typefaces and patterns for fast, easy production.

Users can also import their own graphics, rhinestone patterns, personalised lettering, unique backgrounds and more for the ultimate in customisation.

"With R-Wear Studio, you can create a wide variety of rhinestone templates quickly and inexpensively without relying on outsourcing," said Peter Kettle, Roland DG 3D Product and Sales Manager. "R-Wear Studio has a large library of 500 hot-fix rhinestones that match the different colours, sizes and types available on the market. The software can also automatically display a job's cost, allowing users to quickly calculate profits and manage rhinestone inventories. R-Wear Studio is a great addition to the R-Wear Business Solution suite."

Roland R-Wear Solutions are based on the company's output devices including EGX engravers, the GX-24 cutter and the VersaCAMM VP-300 inkjet printer/cutter. Each device delivers outstanding results across a variety of workflows for maximum creativity.

With R-Wear Business Solutions, users can generate simple vinyl lettering using the Roland GX-24 cutter, or print and cut more complex graphics by pairing a commercially available printer with the GX-24.

Shops can also print and cut colourful heat transfers, labels and decals with the Roland VersaCAMM VP-300, all in one seamless workflow.

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