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Follow Landa as it features in the printing trade media. Get the latest analysis of the company’s activities by industry commentators as they cover our developments and progress.
December 18, 2014 | WhatTheyThink
Following our publication of the latest update from Landa Digital Printing, published last week, I [Cary Sherburne] spoke with Benny Landa to clarify a few things.Read More
Dec 2014, Issue 10 |Vision Asia
For over two decades, his name has been a consistent feature in the development of modern digital printing technology. As entrenched, slow to change, firms played catch-up following the disruptive launch of the Indigo E-Print in 1993, a passing parade of CEOs, claimants to the crown, wannabes and try-hards have come and gone but one name has remained a constant; Benny Landa. He’s now into his second round of disruptive invention; having cashed in and sold the wildly successful Indigo to Hewlett Packard in 2002.Read More
12 Dec 2014 | InfoTrends InfoBlog
That representatives from companies like Tukaiz and Firstan Packaging had glowing things to say about the progress is important. Also important were a few tidbits from the video and blog that underscore the message that Landa is on track to have a released product (the S10) at drupa in May of 2016.Read More
December 9, 2014 | WhatTheyThink
Tukaiz, Chicago: “There hasn’t been anything this exciting in the print industry in a long time. The 40 in. samples we saw are extremely encouraging. Landa has made fantastic progress."Read More
9 Dec 2014 | PrintWeek
Landa’s Nanography process holds out the promise of low-cost, high-quality inkjet printing onto standard paper stocks. The range of models envisaged includes B3, B2 and B1 sheetfed presses and two web presses, although the firm has chosen to focus on the B1 device as this was the most popular with potential customers. Landa has almost doubled its Drupa 2016 stand space to 2,600sqm.Read More
9 Dec 2014 | Graphische Revue
All dies wird sich ab jetzt, ab der Jahreswende, ändern. Unsere heutigen Maschinen sind völlig anders als die Modelle, die wir auf der Drupa präsentiert haben. Zu dem Zeitpunkt wog unser Flaggschiff-Modell, die Landa S10-Druckmaschine, 10 Tonnen. Heute hat unsere Nanographic Printing Press, inklusive Inline-Lackierung, ein Gewicht von über 30 Tonnen! Und das sind nicht nur 30 Tonnen Eisen und Stahl, sondern 30 Tonnen Technologie! In dieser Maschine steckt die Nanographic Printing-Maschine von Landa in eine Papier-Handling-Plattform von Komori, ein Inspektionssystem mit Bildverarbeitung von AVT und das leistungsstarke DFE-System mit EFI Fiery-Technologie integriert.Read More