31 October 2012
Landa executive delivers special nanography presentation at Print World
TORONTO—Benny Landa's nanography technology was the big buzz at Drupa. The booth was packed every day with printers keen to hear how nano ink particles—which are minute particles hundreds of times smaller than a toner particle—pushed through inkjet heads will change the nature of printing.

Now, Print World announces a special presentation on the buzz-worthy technology delivered by one of Landa Digital's key executives. Kristof Dekeukelaere, North American regional sales manager for Landa Digital, will deliver his address, Will nanography change printing? on Saturday, November 17, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. before the show opens.


Dekeukelaere

This is the first time that a Landa executive has addressed the commercial printing industry in Canada. Dekeukelaere will explain what nanography is, describe why it's different from other technologies, provide an update on how the quality is coming along since Drupa, and outline how it will come to market.

"Any printer interested in new digital technologies should make a special effort to attend this presentation. We're happy to be showcasing it at Print World," says show manager Sandy Donald.

The presentation is free to all Print World attendees, but registration is necessary.
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