The Landa Nanography Printing process is a revolutionary digital print technology based on nanotechnology.
Our Group has been selected as one of the first companies that will be able to test in advance the innovative technology of the Landa W10 Nanography Printing Press.
The Nanographic Printing process consists in a digital print revolutionary technology based on nanotechnology and offers quick, efficient and affordable printing solutions. It is ideal for the flexible packaging industry.
Using the digital technology you can print on any support without needing any configuration. Quick production of small print runs, affordable prices and an unprecedented flexibility..


Quality and Control

Landa W10 Nanographic Printing® Press offers the quality of a rotogravure printing with the efficiency and the flexibility of the digital printing. Ink injectors of the highest quality ensure a 1200 dpi print with a top-notch colour definition and multiple shades of grey.
All the resulting printed images are bright, intense, homogeneous and do not fear the comparison with the traditional rotogravure printing and flexography systems.

Landa W10 is equipped with the Active Quality Management system (AQM) ensuring the highest quality of each single print. A unique solution developed by Landa, together with AVT, Techkon and EFI.
The AQM system automatically scans each single printed sheets, detects any imperfection (colour texture, print uniformity, registration, missing noozles etc.) and corrects it, if applicable. There is no need for an operator.

Sharpness and colour

The Landa Nanography Press process offers an unprecedented sharpness and unique colours if compared to
ink jet, lithography and offset technologies.

Note: the images are real pictures under the microscope.


Nanotechnology is the science concerning the manipulation of the matter on an atomic or molecular level, between 1 and 100 nanometres, in order to create materials with unique properties.

The secret of nanotechnology is the very small size of the particles and the relationship between the surface and the size of the object. The dimensions of nanometric objects offer more surfaces if compared to microscopic objects with similar volumes. For example a 1-cm3 cube has a surface of 6 cm2. This very cube, if divided into 8 smaller cubes (2x2x2), will have a doubled surface (12 cm2) if compared to the original cube.
More surface means having more resources to interact with the surrounding environment. As far as our specific case is concerned, the larger surface allows the smaller nanopigments to absorb more light and ensures greater intensity and more vibrant and vivid colours.




Production and marketing of
Paper and Plastic Bags

Production of Roll Fed Labels and
Food Packaging

Production of Shrink Sleeve