VersaSTUDIO BY-20 Earns Pick Award

Roland DGA says it's the first desktop DTF printer to receive the award from Keypoint Intelligence.

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Roland DGA Corporation, a provider of wide-format inkjet printers, printer/cutters, and other digital devices, has announced that the new VersaSTUDIO BY-20 has received a Buyers Lab (BLI) 2024 Pick Award from Keypoint Intelligence for Outstanding Desktop DTF Printer. It is said to be the first desktop direct-to-film (DTF) printer to earn this Keypoint Intelligence award.

Keypoint Intelligence is an independent provider of testing and analysis for the document imaging industry and has been evaluating equipment for business users for more than 60 years.

According to Roland DGA, the BY-20 is a compact desktop printer using the DTF transfer method for professional apparel production. BY-20-produced graphics can be transferred onto a variety of light and dark fabrics, including cotton, polyester, cotton polyester, denim, nylon, and rayon.

David Sweetnam, Keypoint Intelligence’s director of lab services EMEA/Asia, said, “The BY-20 performed very well in all areas of our image quality tests. It showed a wide color gamut, vivid colors in both black and white garments, and excellent spot color reproduction. We were also very impressed with the smooth gradations and the crisp fine detailing. And washability results showed no degradation in color gamut, graphics, or fine detail, proving that the VersaSTUDIO BY-20 is the perfect solution for value-added apparel businesses, with excellent cost performance and reliability.”

“With the rise in direct-to-film printing popularity over the last few years, there has been a corresponding interest in advanced equipment, including DTF transfer inkjet printers, that help streamline the process and ensure high-quality results,” said Roland DGA’s Product Manager of Digital Print Daniel Valade. “This important recognition from Keypoint Intelligence differentiates the BY-20 from competitive devices on the market and highlights what makes it such as great choice for direct-to-film applications.”

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Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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