Domino’s three ‘pillars’ of innovation across the Ax-Series

Revisiting the underlying science to rewrite the rules

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The Ax550i CIJ printer from Domino

Domino has revisited the underlying science behind CIJ coding and marking. A comprehensive re-engineering of the technology that will reset customer expectations of productivity, quality and cost of ownership has led to the new Ax-Series of CIJ printers—optimized for the most demanding industrial packaging environments. The series comprises the Ax150i, Ax350i and Ax550i with a range of printheads and accessories—offering a choice of systems tailored to differing customer requirements.

Domino’s three ‘pillars’ of innovation across the Ax-Series are the new i-Pulse printhead and inks, the i-Techx electronics and software platform, and Domino Design, a fresh approach to the total product design for maximum productivity and ease of operation.  “CIJ remains the coding solution of choice across many markets and industries, but we saw the opportunity to rethink three fundamental elements of the technology to deliver measurable benefits for customers and change the way CIJ is perceived,” says Paul Doody, marketing director at Domino Printing Sciences.

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