GURNEE, IL—Domino recently completed a major expansion project of its demonstration and training facility at Domino North America headquarters in Gurnee, IL. To celebrate its debut, the company created a “virtual tour” video which gives a sneak peek inside their facility, highlighting new equipment, new capabilities and the company’s continued investment in digital printing. To view the quick, five minute video titled “Welcome to Domino – Virtual Tour”, please visit dominodigitalprinting.com/videogallery.
Expanding nearly 3,500 sq. ft., the new Domino demonstration and training facility offers customers and prospects the opportunity to see the latest innovations in digital printing. There are two Domino N610i digital UV inkjet label presses (one with inline finishing and the other running roll to roll). In addition, there are three Domino K600i monochrome digital UV inkjet printers (two printing web applications, and the other mounted on a sheet transport system).
“We are very excited with our new demonstration and training facility and the opportunities it brings our customers and Domino. For companies considering implementing a digital printing solution for the first time, or those currently using digital printing and wanting to take their business to the next level, they really need to visit Domino. It’s not just our equipment they need to see—it’s the culture, the people, the enthusiasm. We call it the ‘Domino difference,’” said Bill Myers, marketing manager – digital printing.
With the newly expanded demo and training facility, Domino staffs it with five full time personnel—three for running samples and demos, and two for training. Plus other Domino experts are brought in as needed, including their G7 certified experts.
Domino starts with customer objectives—What do you want to accomplish? Using your files and substrate material, Domino will print the jobs you typically run, so you’ll get to experience a demonstration as if it were in your facility. And until you are able to visit in person, Domino would like you to take a “virtual visit.”
“We wanted to create a video to celebrate our newly expanded demonstration and training facility and give viewers a glimpse inside Domino, as if we were opening a window for them to take a peek inside. We know that not everyone will have the opportunity to visit our facility in person, so a virtual tour is the next best thing. We believe the video will allow viewers to not only learn more about Domino, but also illustrate that we are a great company to do business with,” added Bill.