The print world will receive its first sight of the revolutionary nano-droplet print technology developed by Landa in a production environment in 2015.
In an end-of-year blog post, Nanography inventor and Landa CEO Benny Landa reveals it plans to start testing its first Nanographic press 'in full beta in the second half of .'
This machine, the Landa S10, will incorporate a number of design improvements made since the Nanography concept was unveiled at drupa 2012. These include inline coating options and improved inks, developed in cooperation with Altana.
Landa also states that the company will host its beta partners at its R&D base in Israel in March 2015. It has doubled the floor space it is renting at drupa 2016 to showcase the new platform.