This is a printer that will be installed at a customer’s plant this month.
We had the customer over for pre-shipment inspection today.
It’s named Ibis.
We’ve sold more than 60 of these machines and this is the first time we have gotten an order for the orange version.
These days, customers tend to bring the most bothering orders they have to inspection.
Therefore, they don’t look like usual corrugated boxes that you would normally imagine with normal aspect ratio.
For today’s inspection, we had a long narrow one, flat one and big and tall one.
For instance, the flattest case at the front.
Its original figure looks like this.
Extremely long, isn’t it?
It’s much harder than you may think to produce these cases with quality.
That’s why customers want to test the machine quality with those tough orders.
Now you must be wondering how it went today.
I’ll let you take a closer look.
As you can see, it’s perfect.
That long narrow ones,
They ended up looking like this
Seeing the machine eject those quality cases, the customer kept saying,
“It’s truly amazing!”
“How is this possible?”
“I couldn’t ask for more.”
The joint gap of our printers has been improved dramatically over the past few years.
Thanks to that, we don’t have to make customers worried anymore and can even surprise them in a good way.
We will make sure that this will be the “i-Machine” for the customer.