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Axyz enjoys Open House success

Axyz enjoys Open House success

The first of two Open House events hosted by Axyz International recently took place took place at the company’s newly opened UK and Continental Europe headquarters on the Telford T54 Business Park.

In attendance were Alf Zeuner, the President of the parent company in Canada, AxyzUK’s Managing Director Mark Sweeney and Vice President of Market Development Robert Marshall, together with members of the AXYZ International marketing and technical support teams, who welcomed owners and potential owners of the company’s AXYZ, Pacer and Z Series machines,together with members of the trade press.

The event marked the first public showing of the new Trident integrated digital print finishing system and the latest Version 16 of the AXYZ PANELBuilder solution that is widely adopted by sign manufacturers for the processing of aluminium composite sheet materials used extensively in the manufacture of large-format fascia and corporate ID exterior signage. It also enabled customers and members of the industrial and trade press to see the new and expanded machine assembly, servicing, demonstration/showroom and distribution facilities at the new premises that collectively contribute to a 100 per cent increase in the production capacity of AXYZ International.

Other key products demonstrated included the twin-carriage AXYZ 8010 router, the size of which enables a huge increase in production by processing multiple versions of the same job simultaneously, as well as benefitting from the radically expanded Automatic Tool Change (ATC) facility for work requiring multiple tools, which now extends to 33 stations.  Other popular machines on display included the Pacer 4008 heavy-duty and the entry-level and lower cost Z Series of machines. These were shown in application mode and featured powerful new or recently introduced machine upgrades.


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