Domino’s Ax-Series rewrites the rules for coding and marking
Recently Domino launched the Ax-Series range of continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers. Starting from the ground up, the CIJ printer was reinvented and always generating the perfect drop. It is suitable for coding traceability codes and best before dates and many other codes, on different shapes and surfaces of packaging.
The i-Pulse print head controls individual ink drop formation to create perfect drops, delivering significant advances in droplet accuracy, placement and ink usage for reliable high-speed and consistent code quality. The i-Techx electronics and software platform is designed to optimise customers’ printer usage and connectivity. Domino Design guarantees easy integration and operation and a robust design.
But that is not all, an array of integrated sensors automate system monitoring, allowing for proactive and predictive diagnostics and remote service support through the internet of things (IoT) and connect to the Domino Cloud via an independent connection. An overview of the printing performances is available at any time: ink usage, how many prints have been made, etc. Providing an optimal Overall Equipment Effectiveness.
The Domino Ax-Series comprises the Ax150i entry model and the Ax350i for general applications and the Ax550i for heavy duty production environments.
More information: www.ax-series.com
Domino is the leading business within Domino Printing Sciences. Founded in 1978, the company has established a global reputation for the development and manufacture of coding, marking and printing technologies, as well as its worldwide aftermarket products and customer services. Today, Domino offers one of the most comprehensive portfolios of complete end to end coding solutions spanning primary, secondary and tertiary applications designed to satisfy the compliance and productivity requirements of manufacturers. These include innovative ink jet, laser, print & apply and thermal transfer overprinting technologies that are deployed for the application of variable and authentication data, bar codes and unique traceability codes onto product and packaging, across many industrial sectors, including food, beverage, pharmaceutical and industrial products.
Domino employs 2,600 people worldwide and sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and more than 200 distributors. Domino's manufacturing facilities are situated in China, Germany, India, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and USA.
Domino’s continued growth is underpinned by an unrivalled commitment to product development. In 2012, Domino was awarded the Queen’s Award for Continuous Achievement in International Trade.
Domino became an autonomous division within Brother Industries on 11th June 2015.
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