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Robert Keane of Cimpress Commits to 20 Landa Nanographics Presses

Published on June 6, 2016

Robert Keane, President and CEO of Cimpress, the parent company of Vistaprint, talks about his decision to beta test Landa Nanographics presses and commit to ordering 20 units. This is the culmination of the partnership between the two companies and is expected to address the gap between digital and offset for Cimpress.

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By Frank Berrenbaum on Jun 11, 2016

I do not understand the hype about Landa by serious journalists before and during Drupa. It was the same as 2012: a big show but no print quality and no detailed information about the facts. I bet that Cimpress will not bay 20 Landa machines and that it will be no ecconomic success for Landa and Landas customers.

 

By Jan Eskildsen on Jun 11, 2016

Your comment is nice and weak compared to the comment, that the editor-in-chief of print.de wrote about Landa, look for this headlines:
Drupa-Ticker: Landa zeigt eine tolle Show, aber schwache Druckmuster
Landa Digital Printing enttäuscht durch mangelnde Druckqualität
-(you know of course Google Translate) but others seem to think everytinhg is all right or can be fixed before they deliver machines in 2. quarter f 2017.

 

By Cary Sherburne on Jun 11, 2016

Here's what Google Translate says, to save readers the look-up time: Landa is a great show , but weak prints Landa Digital Printing disappointed by poor print quality

 

By Jan Eskildsen on Jun 11, 2016

Thank you Cary, and this is the link - maybe people know about Google Translate, there's more comments...
http://www.print.de/News/Produkt-Technik/Drupa-Ticker-Landa-zeigt-eine-tolle-Show-aber-schwache-Druckmuster_2651

 

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