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HumanEyes partners with Gerber

Monday, September 14, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO - HumanEyes and Gerber Scientific Products are excited to announce a partnership where HumanEyes's latest Producer3D technology is paired with Gerber Scientific Products' new Solara ion flatbed wide-format UV inkjet printer. The integration of HumanEyes's latest software and Gerber's fixed picoliter and low temperature Cold Fire Cure delivers high-quality, direct to lens lenticular results.
HumanEyes software will be featured in Gerber's PRINT 09 booth #5269.

"The Gerber Solara ion is the result of our continued dedication to the global sign making and digital graphic printing industries," says Curt Brey, director of digital solutions at Gerber Scientific Products. "After thorough customer research and years of technological development, the Solara ion can now offer the next level of service and product offerings with the implementation of HumanEyes' Producer3D technology. HumanEyes's dedication to progressing technological development in the industry is a natural fit for the Solara ion product line."
The Next Generation: HumanEyes Producer3D & Gerber Solara ion Technology
With HumanEyes Producer3D it is now easy to create and print amazing lenticular printed projects with special effects: 3D, Flip, Zoom and Motion.

Producer3D maximizes printers' productivity and offers lenticular printing with an impressive array of new tools and industry first pre-press features that simplify the lenticular pre-print process, greatly improve productivity and provide superior print quality.
Shahar Bin-Nun, HumanEyes VP Sales says, "HumanEyes is pleased that Gerber's new ion technology is now lenticular ready and has integrated our powerful new Producer3D technology. With Gerber's utilization of a fixed picoliter, the results are phenomenal."
For further details about HumanEyes's Producer3D software, please visit: www.humaneyes.com.
For further details about Gerber's Solara ion UV inkjet printer, please visit: www.gspinc.com.




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