Landa and Mercury held an open house at the latter's Rochester, NY facility to showcase the machine.
Anthony Locicero, Associate Editor07.03.19
Mercury Print Productions CEO John Place beamed with pride as he talked about his company's newest install – the Landa S10P Nanographic print press.
"This press is going to change the way we do business," he told attendees during the June 27 open house at his 180,000-square-foot Rochester, NY facility.
"There are so many applications for this press," Place said, adding that the S10P will eliminate the need for a toner machine. "The greens and the blues are just popping off the sheet. We see ourselves purchasing another one."
Felix Medero, Mercury's director of Process Development, was wowed by the consistency from start to finish on the print jobs – especially compared to toner.
"There's very, very little movement," he noted. "The color is out of the box. We have not profiled that machine to the paper yet. There's been no characterization y
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