Press Release Summary:
With third generation servo design, Axiom(TM) Series delivers intermittent motion servo case packer performance at rates to 600 cartons/min with no product jams. Design, with reduced footprint, enhances changeover repeatability and simplifies fault detection and recovery. Product features stainless steel frames and is available with options such as Velocity(TM) servo carton stacking system.
Original Press Release:
New Axiom(TM) Series Case Packer is 50% Faster and 30% Smaller
Alexandria, Minnesota - August 20, 2004 - The new Axiom(TM) Series from Douglas Machine Inc. has set a new standard for intermittent motion servo case packer performance with speeds up to 50 percent faster and footprints up to 30 percent smaller than other mechanical machines.
The Axiom(TM) Series, third generation servo design, contributes to greater line efficiency by dramatically enhancing changeover repeatability and simplifying fault detection and recovery. The innovative design also incorporates rugged stainless steel frames and nearly 50 percent fewer components resulting in reduced maintenance, fewer replacement parts, and less sanitation.
The servo case packer offers a variety of options including the patent-pending Velocity(TM) servo carton stacking system. The stacker operates at speeds to 600 cartons per minute and virtually eliminates product jams.
Axiom(TM) Series case packers are backed by Douglas' exclusive three (3) year limited warranty.
For more information, call 320.763.6587 or visit www.douglas-machine.com.
About Douglas Machine Inc.
Founded in 1964, Douglas Machine Inc. is recognized as a global leader in automated packaging solutions for paperboard, corrugated, and shrink-film. Today the company specializes in the design and manufacture of cartoners, sleevers, case and tray packers, and shrink-wrap systems. Customers from many different markets including food, beverage, personal care, and pharmaceutical, have come to rely on Douglas' automation expertise and value-added services to maximize their throughput. Based in Alexandria, Minnesota, Douglas Machine also has operations in Deerwood, Minnesota.