Wide format inkjet printer and innovative digital imaging services provider Roland DGA will be partnering with Adobe® and ASUS at the upcoming Adobe® MAX 2019 conference at the Los Angeles Convention Center, supplying advanced Roland digital inkjet printers for a pre-show workshop and interactive booth experiences during the event. Held annually, Adobe MAX is the one of the world’s largest design conferences, attracting creative minds for a week of inspirational talks, workshops and networking.
Roland DGA will partner with Adobe to conduct a November 2-3 pre-show workshop in which participants will design Día del los Muertos inspired artwork that will be printed on Roland VersaUV® LEF2-300 UV flatbed inkjets. The completed projects from this worship will be on display in the Adobe MAX Pavilion throughout the November 4-6 conference for all attendees to see.
Roland DGA and Adobe will also be teaming up to give show-goers an opportunity to get interactive with the latest digital technologies from both companies. Attendees will be able to use Roland’s new VersaUV LEF2 flatbed UV printer and Adobe Illustrator software to create customized luggage tags featuring their own designs and vibrant, eye-catching printed graphics. The attendees will design their luggage tags in the Adobe booth and then print them out on the Roland LEF2.
Those at Adobe MAX 2019 will also have a chance to design their own custom stickers. Roland DGA will be partnering with ASUS to provide four Adobe Illustrator workstations, where attendees can design their own stickers and print them out using Roland’s powerful yet compact 20-inch VersaSTUDIO BN-20 desktop printer/cutter.
“We are thrilled to contribute, once again, to the overall success of Adobe MAX,” said Roland DGA President Andrew Oransky. “Roland devices allow users to take their ideas and transform them into reality, so they’re a perfect fit for this amazing creativity conference. By getting hands-on with our printers to bring their projects to life, attendees will get a feel for the incredible capabilities of these machines and how simple they are to operate.”