You need to have a fill of the white spot color for it to work properly. Here is a video from Roland showing how to do it. It also goes over the metallic but the white info is in there as well. Let me know if this helps!I have a bn 20 and cannot get it to print the white ink under the CMYK or visa versa when chossing the clear medi fil profile. It says CMYK-Wv but it will not print the white layer??? Yet when selectinf white only in the clear media profile it will print the white ink but fille the complete area in with the white ink??
I am also trying to figure out if i should go with the studio or the camm. I want the ability to use the metallic inks but i need to keep my costs as low as possible but i'd hate to get the studio and then not be able to do larger projects. My main goal is to do apparel. But I'd like to do wall clings and decals and magnets too. Maybe even some yard signs for my husbands business or political signs. Also, where are you located Steve? I'm in Biloxi MS.
The studio they are referring to is the VersaStudio BN20 model which is a 20 inch printer / cutter from Roland.Can anyone please tell me what is the different between the studio and camm ? Thanks
The studio they are referring to is the VersaStudio BN20 model which is a 20 inch printer / cutter from Roland.
The Camm they are referring to is the VersaCAMM printer / cutter which comes in sizes from 30" and on up.
Both are great units.
That is a lot to answer! I will do my bestThanks Steve .
May I know if we compare to the DTG printer . Will the versastudio BN 20 and versacamm printer give the better quality than DTG printer ? And may i know what material we use to print and then heat press in on the garment ? What kind of ink we use for that ? and comparing about the cost and the speed, the quuality , with the dtg printer . If we get the order for custom just one t shirt . Should we use dtg printer or should we use the studio or versacamm printer ?