Free Images: Roland Partners with

Roland customers can now download metallic, CMYK and vector images from the company’s website, free of charge each week, thanks to a partnership between Roland and image provider

“ is a valuable resource for professionals, providing quality images that are tailored for sign industry applications,” said Andrew Oransky, director of marketing and product management for Roland DGA Corp. “This offering is unique in that it includes both full-color and metallic images. Already, the response from our customers has been tremendous.”

Roland pioneered the development of metallic wide-format eco-solvent inkjet printing and today has six models that incorporate the technology, including the new VersaStudio BN-20, SOLJET PRO III XC-540MT, and all four VersaCAMM VS metallic inkjet printer/cutters.

In addition to metallic images, the Roland website offers CMYK images, high-resolution bitmap images and vector (EPS) files. A new set of three images is posted weekly, customized for applications ranging from signage, banners and vehicle wraps to POP, labels, decals, window displays and custom apparel. Because the images are royalty free, they can be modified according to a job’s requirements.

Registered Roland owners also receive an additional 20 percent off the purchase price of an subscription, providing them with access to around a million high resolution images and vectors that can be utilized with any printer, printer/cutter, engraving machine or milling machine.

To access the images, please visit and click on the logo featured at the bottom of the Roland home page.

The industry’s leading image provider for sign makers, offers a subscription-based service that allows professionals to download around a million sign industry specific photos, vinyl ready graphics, illustrations, vehicle templates and wraps for a single, all-inclusive fee. Users can also make money selling their own creative stock. For more information, visit



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