“We were the first business to sign an LOI for a Landa Press in 2012 for their W5, and four years on, I was here first thing on day one of drupa to become a paid-up customer for the W10. Why? Because the disruptive nature of Landa technology perfectly mirrors our business strategy,” said Will Parker of Reflex. “But also, it answers so many of the issues that our customers are looking to solve. Shorter runs, increased flexibility and greater consumer engagement. Today, digital packaging conversion becomes truly industrial.”
Established in 2002 and today employing over 560 people, Reflex has a turnover approaching £100 nillion.
The Landa W10 Nanographic Printing Press offers a time-efficient and cost-effective printing solution for flexible packaging. It provides the ability to print mainstream flexible packaging applications on any standard plastic substrate at 656 ft./min. (200 m/min.) using digital technology that requires no setup. A crossover point with analog up to 30,000 feet (10,000 linear meters) lets printers and converters offer affordable digital production while providing fast turnaround and on-demand printing.
Throughout drupa 2016, Landa is conducting live demonstrations of its Nanographic Printing Presses, including the webfed Landa W10 for flexible packaging, the sheetfed Landa S10 for folding carton and POP, and the sheetfed Landa S10P perfecting press for commercial printing. Landa will also be demonstrating its newest technology, Nano-Metallography, a zero-waste metallization process that will halve the cost of metallized printing.