How to Make Stickers, Wall & Window Decals | Roland BN-20
The Roland VersaStudio BN-20 is a print and cut system. This means that it prints your full color graphic, then cuts around it.
This machine is super versatile but is really great for making stickers.
In this video, we picked a couple different types of Roland Media from Colman and Company and printed our ColDesi logo on them to make a variety of different sticker like decals.
First is the Roland Solvent Glossy Paper with adhesive. This is a more traditional sticker like material. These stickers are great for laptops, phone cases, notebooks, nametags and binders.
This material is a semi permanent material. So you want to put it somewhere that you don't plan to remove it for a while. It wont leave tons of residue behind but it will loose it's "stick" if you move it a lot.
Next is the Roland Wallflair Removable Vinyl. This is ideal for interior graphic applications. It can easily be taken down and won't leave any residue on the wall. This material is not intended for outdoor use. and must be applied to dry surfaces.
The last material we used for this project is the Roland White Static Cling. This is a self-clinging material that does not require any adhesive.
It's ideal for polished surfaces like windows and glass. This material if most commonly used on storefront windows for advertising temporary sales or seasonal offers.
These are just a few of the media options available for the BN-20. You can also find banner film, vinyl for t-shirts, and clear permanent adhesive that's great for car decals.
If you want to learn more about any of the media used in this video or learn more about the Roland BN-20 visit, colmanandcompany.com/roland-bn-20-versastudio-print-and-cut-system.html and live chat with one of our pros.