Monza, May 2020 – The call:
“Hello, I’m calling from Australia.
A few months ago I bought a photoceramic printer which is giving me very disappointing results in terms of definition and quality. So, I started looking for a company able to guarantee, through the photoceramic technology of its products, quality and color fidelity and I came to you, LEM SOLUTIONS “.
In fact, our story begins much earlier, in the late 1980s, when our partners worked as specialist technicians in Canon Italy, managing the technical assistance of photocopiers and printers for end users ranging from small entrepreneurs to large companies.
In the early 90s, in the Turin office of Canon Italy, they then attended intense training courses, expanding their technical skills and professional skills, with particular regard to the new Canon technologies which, in that period, allowed the production of graphic printers and photocopiers of innovative quality.
Around the 2000s, the first experimental ceramic toner, of German production, was produced.
The new product was used by modifying graphic printers of different brands which, however, returned erratic and poor quality results.
In 2006, in a garage of 60 square meters in Lissone, Lem Solutions S.n.c. was born.
Its partners, Lino Morano and Massimiliano Ferrario, were guided by an idea: that of combining the new toner for photoceramic printing with machines capable of guaranteeing color fidelity and quality, to create a print on ceramic support with an image sharp, bright, true to reality. In one word: ETERNAL.
Canon’s Japanese, at the time, were already the undisputed leaders in definition and color quality with their range of Canon CLC printers designed for professional graphics.
In order to carry out the Lem Solutions project, therefore, the most suitable machines could only be the Canon CLC 700/900 series.
So Lino and Massimiliano went abroad to buy “young” printers, with a few copies, they disassembled the individual components and reassembled them according to a process capable of transforming a photocopier for graphic printing into a machine for professional photoceramic printing.
The process involved, and still involves, the replacement of all worn components, the firmware update, the reparameterization of the fixing temperatures and the initialisation of the ceramic starters.
The development of the machinery transformation line, through research and technical tests, has allowed the company to create, over time, an innovative processing line, now called “LEM CERAMIC SYSTEM“, which takes into account not only quality of the final product but also of any problems related to use.
For this reason, even today, all our printers are sold with 3 days of on-site training, a training moment in which our experts put their knowledge and experience at the Customer’s disposal.