Landa to show S10, S10P, W10

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Landa will demo the Landa S10 sheetfed press for folding carton and POP at drupa

Landa’s lineup of offset quality Nanographic printing presses at drupa 2016 will include sheetfed presses running at 13,000 B1 sheets an hour as well as one meter-wide (41 inches) web presses printing on plastic packaging films. The company will give live demonstrations of all of its Nanographic printing presses, including the Landa S10 sheetfed press for folding carton and POP, the Landa S10P perfecting press for commercial printing and the Landa W10 web press for flexible packaging and paperboard.

Landa will also showcase its new Landa W10 Nanographic printing press for flexible packaging. The one metre-wide (41 inches), high-speed web press prints up to 8 colors at 200 metres a minute (656 feet a minute) on plastic packaging films, paper, carton board and aluminum foil.


Landa will also be introducing its newest technology, Nano Metallography, a zero-waste metallization process that will halve the cost of metallized printing, demonstrated on a narrow-web label press. The technology offers zero-waste metallization, reducing costs by more than half compared to foil. Landa’s quicker and simpler process will streamline the production of metallized print and improve customer profitability. Landa Nano-Metallography is operable with the full spectrum of conventional printing technologies, including narrow-web flexo, offset and screen for the production of labels, sheetfed offset for folding carton and commercial printing, web-offset for publishing and wide-web flexo and gravure for flexible packaging.

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