Landa’s S10 Nanographic Printing Press a Hit, Orders Taken
All Landa presses, including the Landa S10, employ the stunning Landa touchscreen, an oversize user interface that enables even an untrained operator to quickly master the press. The machine controls appear both on the left and right sides of the screen to enable convenient operation from either the feeder or delivery end of the press. Graphic displays include job management information and real-time status of every function on the press.
Due to the high degree of automation on Landa Nanographic Printing Presses, a single operator can manage two, three or even four presses at a time. When the operator leaves the press, the display switches to Vital Signs Mode, in which key indicators are presented in large fonts that can be easily read from 50 meters away. In addition, the entire user interface is duplicated on a portable touchscreen tablet that lets the operator remotely manage the presses.
“Nano. Bigger Than You Think”
Some of the theater presentations entitled “Nano. Bigger Than You Think,” will be streamed live on the large screen at the stand due to the high level of interest and fully booked shows. The presentations provide an inside tour of Nanography—the technology, the products and the opportunity - as well as insights into the future of our industry.
Landa Corp. was founded by Benny Landa ten years ago following the acquisition by Hewlett-Packard of Indigo, which Landa had founded 25 years earlier. Landa Corporation has four operating units: Landa Digital Printing, which develops Nanographic Printing systems for the commercial, packaging and publishing markets; Landa Labs, which develops alternative energy technology as well as nano-materials for applications ranging from pigments and drug delivery to hair colorants and composite materials; Landa Ventures, which invests in promising technology companies in fields related to nanotechnology, imaging, printing and energy; and Landa Fund, a philanthropic entity dedicated to the narrowing of socioeconomic gaps in society by enabling youth of “privileged minds and underprivileged means” to achieve higher education. To date, the Landa Fund has enabled thousands of underprivileged youth to acquire university degrees.