Roland R-Wear Studio is the most comprehensive apparel and gift design software ever produced. The software lets you create all elements of a design, including images, text, shapes, and rhinestone patterns. Roland R-Wear Studio can output to the Roland EGX-350 desktop engraver, the GX-24 desktop cutter, the Roland VP-300 printer/cutter and any standard inkjet printer. This unprecedented versatility is the key to creating such a wide range of custom gift and apparel products.
CorelDraw® is not just for creating logos, Web graphics, multi-page marketing brochures, eye-catching signs, etc. It can create rhinestone designs, too!
Heat Press, Engraving Stock & Heat Transfer Tape
After cutting your design into standard engraving stock, simply set the rhinestones into the design's holes, cover them with the hot fix transfer tape and heat press them onto the garment. The entire process takes just a matter of minutes!
Hot Fix Rhinestones come in a dazzling array of shapes, sizes and colors! Whether your customers are making a fashion statement or creating a special costume, you will be able to give them all the glitter and glitz they could ever want. They can even add sparkle to children's sports apparel.
In today's competitive environment, expertise is more important than ever. Roland University's state-of-the-art training workshops, including Apparel Decoration, teach valuable skills that can help your business thrive. Professionals like you have depended on Roland University to reach their goals since 1999.
The glimmer still shines
ArT to me, includes thinking ahead and recognizing opportunities.
Mail fraud laws are strong and time tested, a perfect vehicle to piggyback on for retaining artists' rights to profit from our own creativity.
To help you follow the thought pattern here, think this through
1 - dude has a t-shirt company and instead of paying for art to screen on his t-shirts, dude cruises the web and picks up images (steals them) from artists' art marketing websites.
2 - dude does slick photo manipulation and up-pixelates the stolen images and screens them onto his t-shirts
3 - dude sell the t-shirts on the web and then distributes them through THE MAIL
4 - dude gets tried for mail fraud and goes to prison for 20 years
Repeat the above for people who take pics off artist's websites and prints the pics on canvas and gives it a layer of paint (machines can do this now) and sells the stolen ima…