Landa Digital Printing launches next generation B1 models – S11 and S11P

New presses to be commercially available at drupa 2024

Gil Oron, CEO, Landa Digital Printing, at the pre-drupa meet (photo: Messe Düsseldorf / ctillmann)

At the pre-drupa press meet held in Dusseldorf from 25-27 March, Landa Digital Printing announced that it would launch the next generation of its B1 digital print technology, the Landa S11 and S11P nanographic printing presses. The new Landa models offer a print speed of 11,200 sheets per hour (SPH). 

“We’re delighted to announce the launch of the Landa S11 and S11P. Following the success of our customers with the current Landa S10 and S10P models and based on a deep understanding of the industry’s future needs, we are taking Nanography to its next level,” Gil Oron, CEO, Landa Digital Printing said. 

Oron said that Landa Digital Printing has managed over 55 installations already with a large number of these customers having placed repeat orders. Half of these installations happened in the past year.  

“After decades of innovation, patents, and investments of over one billion Euros, we are now experiencing rapid growth with a very, very strong ramp-up. And actually, we are doubling our business year after year. So, the need for a digital printing solution is clear to all. It’s increasing quite rapidly due to the recent trends in the market, especially with this eCommerce network,” Oron said. 

Details of the new models

The new Landa S11 and S11P models include a new ink drying system that enables transfer of dry ink from the blanket to the media, at the higher speed of 11,200 SPH. 

Benny Landa, founder of Landa Digital Printing, with a printed sample (photo: Messe Düsseldorf / ctillmann)

The new Landa S11 and S11P can be customized to the exact requirements of every customer. This means that each new press comes with a choice of four or seven colors, a continuous printing capability, an optional in-line coating unit, and the opportunity to purchase the 11K Module elevating productivity to 11,200 SPH and/or the PrintAI module. 

“The new Landa modules provide a significant premium to customers. While much of the new S11 series is based on the same robust and proven S10 platform, with the additional capabilities launched today, customers can expand their service offering or break into profitable new markets. More widely, there’s no question that the B1 digital print revolution is underway, with Landa presses helping many print houses and converters to meet some of the industry’s biggest challenges – and take advantage of some of its biggest opportunities,” Oron said. 

Commercially available at drupa 2024 and utilizing artificial intelligence technology, the new Landa presses will also offer a new PrintAI module. 

Plans for a flexible packaging press

Additionally, Landa Digital Printing announced its intention to venture into the realm of flexible packaging with the W11 flexible packaging press, further expanding its portfolio of innovative printing solutions.

“We are really excited about this,” Oron concluded.

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