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Benny Landa Shares Major Design Changes Based on Lessons Learned Since drupa

Published on September 23, 2013

In an exclusive WhatTheyThink interview, Benny Landa talks to Cary Sherburne about what has been happening with the company since drupa and Graph Expo. They discuss things they've learned and major changes they have made to the design of units since visiting over 100 customers in the field.

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By Pat Berger on Sep 26, 2013

When and only when the nano ink can pass flotation deinking should this be considered. With all of the other inkjet printers reducing the available recycled fiber for same grade paper we sure don't need another source of fiber that will contribute to the accumulating tonnage to be be down-cycled.

 

By Gordon Pritchard on Sep 28, 2013

I'm speculating that the presswork will go through the final consumer's home recycling. From there to the paper recyclers. Will the nano inks impact the ability for the paper to be recycled. There doesn't appear to be any discussion about this.
Also, I believe that nano particles can pass through human skin. Are there health risks associated with nano pigments?

 

By Pat Berger on Sep 30, 2013

This link from the National Toxicology Program
NTP Nanotechnology Safety Initiative
http://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/?objectid=7E6B19D0-BDB5-82F8-FAE73011304F542A

Happy reading

 

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