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Thursday, 02 June 2016 | By Gerry Mulvaney
It’s finally here! Drupa 2016 has opened its doors under leaden German skies and… the Landa presses are rolling. The first impressions are coming off the presses and the first impressions of the visitors are excitement and amazement at what Landa has achieved in the last four years since we were here last.
Will Parker of Reflex Labels is a determined man. In 2012 he made his way to the Landa stand on the opening day of Drupa to see what the fuss was all about. A Benny Landa devotee, like many others that day, he wanted to see what was bringing Benny back to printing and when he saw the Nanography® process for the first time he knew he had join the party.
Monday, 06 June 2016 | By Gerry Mulvaney
You could tell it was no ordinary day when we came down to breakfast in the Landa hotel on Thursday, June 2nd. The room was festooned with balloons, cards and banners. No, it wasn’t a display from the Landa Nanographic Printing® Presses, but a celebration for Benny Landa’s big day – the day he turned 70.
Monday, 23 May 2016 | By Louis Gordon
Landa Digital Printing is pulling back the curtains on its impressive suite of presses at drupa 2016. The stand in Hall 9 will feature a new theatre presentation and working demonstrations of new Nanographic Printing® presses that represent the most dramatic advancement in print technology in nearly 25 years.
I am heading over to Germany at the end of this month – not to Mainz actually, but to Dusseldorf, where like the rest of the world of printing, I will spend two weeks at the Drupa 2016 show in the Messe Centre. I know that you can’t make it yourself…
Monday, 09 May 2016 | By Gerry Mulvaney
Printers, imagine the waste using only half a tin of ink and throwing the rest away or using a third of a bottle of fount solution and pouring the rest into the recycling? No, neither can I. But that’s exactly what printers do when it comes to adding metallic foil to their printed images.
Monday, 02 May 2016 | By Gerry Mulvaney
In the venerable Mother of all Parliaments in London, there has been a veritable furore about a decision by the upper house, to save some money on the way that the activities of both the House of Lords and the House of Commons are recorded.