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Landa reveals new enhancements, upgrades for nanographic presses



Published November 21, 2013
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Landa has announced major developments to its Landa S10FC and S10C Nanographic Printing Presses, enhancing print quality and upgrading the press design. According to the company, the new changes firmly place Nanographic printing presses as a production-oriented digital printing product for mainstream applications.

Landa Founder, Chairman and CEO Benny Landa comments, “We have been working closely with our customers to ensure that our Nanographic printing presses will provide the performance, print quality and feature set for high-speed production. In addition, the new Landa Operator Cockpit will set a new standard for operating any production press, whether digital or offset.”

Detailed research and close customer collaboration have led to a new concept in press operability and the addition of several important features. The Landa Operator Cockpit, an integrated production management center located at the delivery end of the press, enables operators to monitor and control the press while effortlessly glancing at the delivery area.  Operator-centric with an advanced ergonomic design, the Landa Operator Cockpit surrounds the operator with touch-screen press controls, job management tools, video feeds from all key press functions, production-related vital signs and a lighted inspection table. In addition, a personal area enables operators to store and display personal items.

New ink ejectors improve print quality and increase press productivity. With a resolution of 1200 dpi, they boast higher print quality levels that match offset resolution and gray levels. In addition, the new ink ejector architecture significantly improves the reliability of the ink ejection and enables redundancy in case of nozzle failure.


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