Roland DGA Corp. will demonstrate the company’s VersaUV LEF-12 benchtop UV flatbed printer at the Adobe ADIM14 conference being held March 9 – 12, 2014 in Boulder, CO.
The event is hosted by Adobe Principal Creative Director Russell Brown, and attendees include graphic designers, art directors, photographers and creative directors seeking fresh, inventive ways to use the Adobe Creative Cloud. At ADIM14, attendees will learn about new software tools and imaging techniques, and gain skills that may immediately be applied to design and photography projects.
“We are honored to be included in this exciting event and look forward to introducing the Adobe community to our VersaUV technology,” said Hiroshi Ono, group product manager for Roland DGA Corp. “The LEF is the perfect printer for any graphics professional looking to expand into the personalization market. Based on our advanced UV-LED technology, it enables direct printing on virtually any 3D surface for maximum creative freedom.”
Available in 12- and 20-inch models, LEF series printers print CMYK, white and clear inks directly on three-dimensional items up to 3.94 inches thick, including pens, key chains, golf balls, photo frames, giftware, industrial products and parts, and even tablet computers and smart phone covers. For more information on VersaUV LEF printers, visit Roland online at www.rolanddga.com/lef.