Domino Printing has marked the milestone of manufacturing its 40,000th Ax-Series continuous ink jet (CIJ) printer on the production line at its Bar Hill headquarters.
Launched in 2016, the printer has proven up the task of working in the most demanding industrial coding environments and is now used all over the world in sectors from food production and pharmaceutical packaging to electronics component manufacturing.
Domino Printing in Bar Hill marks the manufactuing of its 40,000th Ax Series printer. Picture: Domino
Belinda Pryor, manufacturing manager, said: “Six years on, our Ax-Series continues to set the benchmark for CIJ coding in the industry. The 40,000th printer to be produced here marks another significant milestone for Cambridge and our business globally.”
Domino employs over 2,900 people worldwide and sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and more than 200 distributors.
It is shortlisted for Employer of the Year in the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, being held on May 11.
Domino Printing works with University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing to master inks for different environments
Business News Technology Paul Brackley