Benny Landa's innovative nanotechnology for digital printing will be used in the Japanese company's next generation digital presses.
Digital nanographic printing company Landa Corporation has announced a strategic cooperation partnership with Japan's Komori Corporation. Under the agreement, Landa Corporation CEO Benny Landa's innovative nanotechnology for digital printing will be at the heart of Komori's next generation digital presses.
The agreement comes on the eve of this week's Drupa Print Media International Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany, when Landa is set to unveil Nanography, which it defines as a new digital printing category. As part of the agreement, Landa will license Komori to produce and market commercial print presses using nanography technology. Based on nanotechnology, Landa Corporation says that Landa Nanographic Printing is characterized by ultra-sharp dots of extremely high uniformity, high gloss fidelity and the broadest color gamut of any printing process. Landa did not disclose the potential financial size of the agreement.
Published by Globes, Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on April 29, 2012
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