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Landa: And They’re Off…

Benny Landa first introduced the concept of “Nanography” at drupa 2012. There was a reaffirmation of the introduction at drupa 2016, and since then, lots of quiet. It turns out the quiet was self-imposed, and in the interim Landa has been very busy building an organization and shipping presses.

By David Zwang
Published: July 9, 2019

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David Zwang travels around the globe helping companies increase their productivity, margins and market reach. He specializes in production optimization, strategic business planning, market analysis, and related services to companies in the vertical media communications market. Clients have included printers, manufacturers, retailers, publishers, premedia and US Government agencies. He can be reached at david@zwang.com.

 

Discussion

By Gordon Pritchard on Jul 09, 2019

1 What is the final per delivered sheet cost vs offset? I.e. is it more or less expensive to produce a nano job vs offset?
2 Can nano printed work be processed by conventional paper recycling systems in the same way that offset work is processed?
3 What is the toxicity of the nano particles if they are breathed in?
4 Can nano particles pass through human skin?
5 Assuming conventional AM screening, What lpi are production jobs run at?
6 What is the maximum lpi the press is capable of running?
7 Can the press run FM screening?

 

By Doyle Mortimer on Jul 09, 2019

Very, very interesting. Depending on the price, this press technology, as promised, will revolutionize the industry, . . . again!

 

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