Another great way to make money using your Roland printer is to get into vehicle wrapping. The process is time consuming and difficult but the rewards speak for themselves. There is an art to wrapping but it can be made easier by using the correct tools. The most important thing to remember is to use the best quality vinyl you can find and combine it with the best quality lamination. When using a high quality vinyl it makes application a lot easier. There are many courses available to show you the basics on how to wrap, but the best way is just to practice yourself. Use your car door to begin with. Experiment by designing something then wrapping the whole door, it may take a couple attempts but the more you try the better you will get. Once you have mastered your door move onto the full car, the concepts are the same. Have a look at some of the wraps out there, they will blow you away. If you still keen to do wrapping but lack the time and interest to learn you can always print the artwork and outsource the wrapping to professionals. The best machines for this application are the SP-540i, VS-640, RS-640 or the XC-540 (for full digital printed wraps).
Jeff Koons and the 17th BMW Art Car at Tour Eiffel in Paris, 2010 (05/2010)