Landa Digital Printing has commanded the industry’s attention since the first presses were unveiled. Now that Landa has a global presence, with a growing number of installations around the world, we are seeing firsthand the impact that Nanographic Printing Presses are having on the packaging and commercial print markets.
Join us on Wednesday, November 3 at 1pm ET for a special webinar, sponsored by Landa Digital Printing, on the current state of Nanography. Representatives from Landa will provide an update on the company and its growing installed base of uses, as well as recap the value proposition of the company’s Nanography technology and outline its vision for these digital mainstream presses going forward. The session will also include Landa customers who will offer real-world insights and experiences of day-to-day Nanography printing.
What you’ll learn:
- The current state of Landa’s Nanographic printing technology and installed base.
- The company’s vision for the future of the technology.
- Real-world user experiences from Landa customers.
Featured speakers include:
- David Zwang, WhatTheyThink
- Scott Brown, Landa Digital Printing
- Paul Hudson, Hudson Printing
- Jordan Patterson, Virtual Packaging
About Landa Digital Printing
Landa Digital Printing is a member of the Landa group. It has developed a unique digital technology called Nanography® for the commercial, packaging and publishing markets. Unveiled at drupa 2012, Nanography® bridges the critical profitability gap between offset and digital printing by enabling printers to cost-effectively produce short-to-medium run lengths. Visit them online at https://www.landanano.com.
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