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Roland DGA Introduces New Tutorials

(May 2017) posted on Tue May 02, 2017

Designed for use with the company’s advanced digital devices.


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Roland DGA has introduced new Project Based Learning (PBL) tutorials specifically designed for use with the company’s advanced digital devices in schools, colleges and other learning environments. The tutorials offer educators a way to keep students engaged in digital fabrication projects throughout the school year.

Roland’s PBL offerings include a wide variety of engineering, design and art-related projects that give students a better understanding of technology and software. Created to combine with Roland’s CNC mills, desktop vinyl cutters and digital inkjet printers, the tutorials include step-by-step lessons on everything from cutting decals to milling.

“The new PBL tutorials perfectly complement the impressive capabilities of our state-of-the-art digital machines,” said Roland DGA’s 3D Solutions Product Manager, Matt Anderson. “They make learning how to use our mills, cutters and printers easier than ever by getting students involved in a variety of unique 3D prototyping, product customization, and signmaking projects.”

Project based learning tutorials are available for Roland’s CAMM-1 GS-24 desktop cutter, MDX-540 mill, MDX-50 mill, TrueVIS series wide-format printer/cutters, and VersaUV series UV flatbed printers. Customers can choose from a selection of accompanying projects created exclusively for use with these devices.

Roland’s PBL tutorials are available now through authorized Roland DGA education dealers. For more information, contact a Roland dealer or visit rolanddga.com/support/roland-academy/pbl.


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