30 July 2014
Manroland delays Landa press
LONDON, UK—During last Drupa, in 2012, much ink was devoted to Landa Digital's nanotechnology based presses, and the development agreements it had signed with Manroland, Heidelberg, and Komori to bring the technology to market on an offset platform.

Since then, with the exception of Komori, the other two manufactures have been mum on their plans. But this week Manroland broke that silence in an interview with UK-based PrintWeek.
According to the story, the cost of the nanoink is at least one reason why Manroland is delaying developing a hybrid press. The company CEO, Raphael Penuela, also touches on Manroland's plans going forward and its new product line. Read the full story here.
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