Landa Digital Printing held an exclusive VIP event recently at its headquarters in Rehovot, Israel that showcased the full capabilities of its Landa S10 Nanographic Printing Press, as well as its Landa S10P (with Perfector) Nanographic Printing Press, while updating attendees on the global roll-out of these presses. It also used the event to reveal that it had moved into “serial production” of the Landa S10.
Event delegates toured Landa’s production facilities, which now includes a third manufacturing plant, and were given exclusive insights into the results of Landa’s continued strategic focus on ramping up production, logistics, supplies, and service and support, to accommodate the growing demand for Landa technology. With presses operating and being installed commercially in North America, Europe and China, Landa Digital Printing “is progressing its Landa S10 Press and S10P Perfecting Press from beta testing to commercialization,” said the OEM. Guests also learned why adoption of Landa Nanographic Printing Presses is increasing at a significant pace. Engineered for the packaging and converting industries, as well as the POP and POS markets, the Landa S10 Press was shown printing at 6,500 B1/41” sheets per hour. The Landa S10P was producing double-sided applications showcasing the efficiency and quality output of its unique technology.
Further information about the latest companies to invest in Landa technology was also provided to guests. Landa also announced a new partnership with EyeC at the event. EyeC’s renowned quality control solution, combined with an embedded Landa contact image sensor, enables the detection of print defects throughout the printing process. The new solution meets the needs of Landa customers across various market segments, for 100% inspection coverage in their production workflow.
“2019 has been and continues to be a great year for us at Landa,” said Yishai Amir, Landa CEO. “With presses in the market and their benefits seen and felt by the industry, we see demand for Nanography building rapidly. To meet that demand, we’re focused on expanding our manufacturing facilities with our third plant now in operation, and construction of a fourth underway. We’re also bolstering our service and support teams to ensure a seamless customer experience. We expect to install dozens of presses over the next 12 months, and we look forward to updating the wider print community on our progress at Drupa 2020,” he added.