Edelmann Group have announced that the Landa S10 Nanographic Printing Press is now in commercial production. 60 leading converters and printers from around the world who attended an open house at Edelmann’s Heidenheim facility heard how the Landa S10 complements Edelmann’s offset technology, and how its brand customers now request its new Nanographic Printing capability because of the freedom it offers – to order what they want, when they want it – all with high and consistent print quality.
‘In the print and packaging world, everyone is clamouring to know if our Landa S10 is running as expected. We repeatedly get asked if print quality is good and if we’re running seven colours. They also ask if we’re achieving 6500 B1/104cm (41 in) sheets per hour and if we’re able to produce commercial jobs,’ commented Oliver Bruns, CEO, Edelmann Group. ‘The simple answer to all of that is, yes of course. The Landa S10 is built to be a full production machine, 24/7. The colours are brilliant and vibrant – so intense and lively. I haven’t seen any other technology that comes close.’
‘Before installing the Landa S10, we were limited in the solutions we could offer our customers. B1/41 in. digital printing with seven colours and at 6500 sheets per hour has eliminated these previous constraints. The S10 installation has been a great success, and we now expect to be out of beta in a matter of weeks,’ confirmed Bruns.
Speaking at the open house, Bruns also confirmed that partnering with Landa was the best decision for their business. ‘This is not just a supplier-customer relationship, it’s far more. I love the colour from our S10, but crucially, the Landa technology allows us to get a good ROI and that’s just as essential. High speed and great efficiency enable us to earn money with the press,’ said Bruns.
Yishai Amir, CEO, Landa Digital Printing commented, ‘We are obviously thrilled with the success of the Landa S10 at Edelmann, and we are looking forward to moving them out of beta within weeks. This success echoes our own business progress, on all fronts. With a continued ramp-up of production and go-to-market operations, we will have presses installed and printing across three continents by the end of 2019.’