Dream machines: inspiring success stories from around the globe.
Sign & Display
Fine Art / Art reproduction
Pleasing to the eyes and ears
Aesthetic acoustic solutions establish a second business mainstay.
Self-promotion in retail
What few people know about Migros.
The future is digital
Versatility is just as key as print quality.
Flipping the script
An Impala simplifies and accelerates printing of user interface products.
A second business mainstay built upon quality work, automated prepress workflow and steady optimisation.
Personally styled living spaces
Room-enhancing printed shower walls, kitchen splashbacks and wall coverings.
100 000 sqm yearly production, 50 000 EUR savings
A signage department has turned into a strategic business unit.
Nyala has helped to achieve a turnaround.
This business changes every 2 years
No coincidence that this company has invested in three swissQprint machines over six years.
One single source – throughout Europe
One family, two businesses, six swissQprint machines – and 7500 square metres of output each week!
To the next level
How a Nyala helps photographic works to become sculptural.
Antibacterial – and decorative too
Printed wall coverings ensure sterility in healthcare facilities but the visual impression is anything but sterile.
Every day is different
Combined offset, screen and digital printing add value and create myriad spectacular solutions.
Involving customers in investment decisions can be highly beneficial.
New applications, new business
Nyala helps to open markets and drive diversification.
Fine art – by connoisseurs, for connoisseurs
"Nyala is a source of inspiration for our customers – many of them are artists."
How to handle the most sought-after raw material for footwear and hand-bags.
Turning a nightmare into a business idea
Personalisable identification bracelets. So that no child will ever get lost again.
When demanding customers don't want to see any dots.
Digital versus screen printing
Or: how a manufacturer of custom input systems learned to leverage the strengths of two processes.
No appetite for a bland diet
"Sometimes we quote for projects without knowing exactly how we'll complete them," Franck Dallefrate confesses.
What does an engineer have to do with cat food?
That's how Silvan Rohner got into digital printing over twenty years ago.
We have lift-off!
They started out boldly with an Oryx in 2009 – today, Fuchs Werbetechnik is a major market player with four Nyalas.
How an upgrade doubled productivity overnight.
The crazy gang
We're crazy about ideas. And we're skilled at putting them into practice. Especially in lenticular printing.
Let's bring Switzerland into our premises!
Wallpapers and murals: decorative elements that can also be showpieces.
7 days, 3 shifts, 5 Impalas
Year after year, high season is the acid test for all the machinery – and all the workforce.
Glass printing champions
Two physicists and a glass specialist join forces to develop a unique floor for an indoor sports arena.
When someone claims they can print everything on anything. And then they go and do it.
Customers almost jump for joy
When they see the amazing look and feel of their prints for the first time.
Ink wastage halved
And far less stress. "My team puts in much less overtime because Nyala is so reliable."
Finding the balance
Analogue versus digital. The company's twin mainstays mirror the customer profile.
I wanna have fun!
When it comes to developing prototypes for packaging, this team has no inhibitions about experimenting.
Go with the flow
The size of the print run is neither here nor there.
"Everyone has to start with themselves," Carsten Böttcher says.