A high-quality, professional-grade direct-to-film printer. With a maximum print resolution of 1440 x 1440 dpi, it produces vibrant and accurate prints with fine detail and smooth gradations. The printer uses eco-solvent inks which are durable and resistant to fading, making them ideal for outdoor use. The BN-20D has a compact, desktop design and is easy to operate, making it a great choice for small businesses, graphic designers, and sign makers. It can print on a wide variety of media, including film, vinyl, paper, and more, and has a maximum print width of 20 inches. With its advanced features, the Roland VersaSTUDIO BN-20D is a reliable and versatile choice for your printing needs.
The Roland VersaSTUDIO BN-20D offers a comprehensive direct-to-film solution that combines the features and dependability of the best-selling BN-20 with the convenience of an integrated system. With this printer, you can easily create high-quality and durable custom apparel, without the need for weeding or masking. The BN-20D streamlines the process of transferring detailed designs and text to film, and is available with S-PG inks, S-F164 film, and S-Powder (sold separately) for optimal results. Additionally, it offers minimal maintenance and unparalleled dependability, and can also be used as a stand-alone vinyl cutter. The package also includes VersaWorks 6 RIP software, which provides an intuitive and powerful interface for controlling the printer.
Printer Only. No Ink Included.
Using the BN-20D DTF Printer in
4 Easy Steps
1. Print to film with the BN-20D and S-PG inks, on S-F164 transfer film.
2. Apply shaking powder over the ink using S-POWDER
3. Melt powder under heat press at recommended time and temperature.
4. Heat press design to your fabric and remove the film backing.
Imagine, Design, Print.
Media width: 20 inches
Max printing width: 18.75 inches (approx.)
18) 3x3 inch images: 14 minutes or 1.25 minutes per image
(2) 9x9 inch images: 12 minutes or 6 minutes per image
(1) 12x12 inch images: 15 minutes
The speed can be offset if nesting used. For example: (1) 12x12 image with (9) 3x3 images will take 15 minutes in a nested setup.