Landa W10

Nanographic Printing® Press (pre-release)

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For converters who serve diversified flexible packaging end markets and brands, the Landa W10 digital web press offers a time-efficient and cost-effective short-run printing solution.

You can print your mainstream flexible packaging applications on any standard plastics using digital technology that requires no setup. A crossover point with analog at around 7,000 linear meters lets you offer digital production and provide fast turnaround short runs and on-demand printing at low total cost of ownership.


  • Offers high-speed 4-8 color printing with no setup time
  • Fast production turnaround
  • Supports 41 in. (1,050 mm) web widths
  • Cost effective for runs up to 30,000 ft. (10,000 linear meters)
  • Seamlessly fits your business with connectivity and open standards support




The webfed Landa W10 Nanographic Printing® Press offers gravure quality printing with the efficiency and versatility of plate-free digital printing on a broad range of substrates from plastic packaging films to metal foils, from paper to carton. High-resolution ink ejectors printing at 1,200 dpi ensure exceptional color definition and multiple gray levels. Printed images appear vivid, sharp, and uniform, rivaling anything produced with gravure or flexography.


The Landa W10 press is equipped with Landa’s Active Quality Management (AQM) that maximizes the quality of every print. A unique solution developed by Landa together with AVT, Techkon and EFI, Landa Active Quality Management automatically scans each printed sheet, identifies defects (e.g., color consistency, print uniformity, registration, missing nozzles, etc.) and initiates corrective action where applicable – all without any operator intervention.




The Landa Nanography® process offers unprecedented dot sharpness and color uniformity compared to inkjet or offset lithography technologies. (Note: images are actual microscopic photographs.)



The Landa W10 Nanographic Printing® Press delivers true mainstream flexible packaging production using large format and off-the-shelf plastics and other substrates – without any pretreatment or priming. With throughput that reaches up to five times that of other digital presses, it frees up your flexo equipment to do what it does best – long-run production.

Integrating seamlessly into your existing operation, the Landa W10 press works side by side with your flexo/analog equipment – no special clean room environment is required.



The unique Landa DFE® (digital front end) fits naturally into any environment whether analog only, digital-only or hybrid analog/digital. Based on the leading EFI Fiery® technology, the Landa DFE brings digital print quality and performance to new heights. The DFE is tightly integrated with the Landa press software to ensure frictionless communication between prepress, print and finishing operations. The Landa DFE connects to upstream prepress automation applications and ERP/MIS systems, as well as downstream finishing equipment.

Twenty-First Century USER EXPERIENCE

The Landa W10 press offers a breakthrough in user experience with an ergonomic, intuitive feel that requires minimal training for press operators. The standalone Landa Operator Control Station offers at-a-glance access to all functions and allows the operator to quickly view the press status, monitor the delivery, inspect output, and view real-time video feeds of printing inside the press.


In addition, when the operator is away from the W10 console, a digital tablet enables the operator to monitor the press vital signs and perform remote maintenance and troubleshooting.


By significantly reducing operating costs compared to other digital printing solutions, the Landa W10 Nanographic Printing® Press offers the lowest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). It supports off-the-shelf plastic packaging films, metal foils, paper and carton substrates, without any pretreatment or priming—just like analog solutions based on gravure or flexography.


The Landa W10 press uses a four-color process system (CMYK) and highly opaque white, using low cost, water-based inks to create brilliantly colored, high-coverage images. The color process system can be extended to a seven-color system to increase the color gamut and practically eliminate the need for spot colors, and the related time spent on creating and mixing colors and on-press color switching. The Nanographic Printing® process also yields minimal waste, eliminating the need for plates or make-ready.

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Description Webfed Nanographic Printing® press
Segment(s) Flexible packaging
Print Speed (Single-Sided) 328 ft./min. (100 m/min.) I 656 ft./min. (200 m/min.)*
Colors Seven-color system + additional color
No. of Colors 4-8
Resolution 1200 dpi
Screening AM, FM
Web Width 41.3 in. (1,050 mm)
Image Width 40.6 in. (1,032 mm)
Max. Repeat Length 39.3 in. (1,000 mm)
Min. Repeat Length 15.7 in. (400 mm)
Media Thickness 0.4-14 mil (10-350 μm)
Max. Roll Diameter 39 in. (1,000 mm)
Max. Roll Weight 1.65 US tons (1.5 tonnes)
Press Length 41.3 ft. (12.6 m)
Width 22.3 ft. (6.8 m)
Height 7.9 ft. (2.4 m)
Weight 24.5 US tons (22.2 tonnes)
Total Length (Incl. Working Area + Cabinets) 41.3 ft. (12.6 m)
Total Width (Incl. Working Area + Cabinets) 35.1 ft. (10.7 m)
Total Height (Incl. Working Area + Cabinets) 9.2 ft. (2.8 m)
Plastic Substrates Supported BOPP, PET, BOPA, PE, CPP, Metalized PET and more
Other Substrates Supported Aluminum foil, boards, paper and more
Operator Interfaces Operator Control Station, Landa Tablet
Media Handling Unwinder and rewinder
Active Quality Management (Standard) • Closed-loop quality control with automatic correction
• 100% defect inspection
White Ink Opacity 60%
Color Matching Match: ISO standard 12647-2, Fogra, GRACoL
• CMYK covering 84% of Pantone® colors
• Seven-color system covering 96% of Pantone® colors
Certifications CE Mark • Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC (including annex) • UL775 (or Field Inspection) • EN ISO 12100: 2010 • EN 60204-1: 2006+A1:2009 • EN 1010-1 :2004+A1:2010; EN 1010-2: 2006+A1:2010 • ISO 12643-1: 2009; ISO 12643-2: 2010
Ink Certifications European framework regulation (1935/2004); European GMP regulation (2023/2006); European PIM regulation (10/2011) • FDA Packaging & Food Contact Substances (FCS) / FDA CFR 21 • Swiss ordinance 817.023.21 (Annex 6) • BfR Recommendations on Food Contact Materials (formerly “Plastics Recommendations”) • Nestle guidance note on packaging inks • Listing in appropriate inventories (national) – EINECS, TSCA, DSL etc. • Compliance with REACH, Calif. Prop. 65
DFE Landa DFE Standard / Performance / Premium
Press Options Full range of options for workflow, Active Quality Management and press operation.

*High-speed option


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