Case introduces OEM fit machine control on D Series excavators

By Jenny LescohierJune 30, 2021

Case D-Series excavators are now available with factory fit machine control

Case Construction Equipment has introduced OEM fit machine control technology on its D Series excavators

“These productivity enhancing systems are game changers for those who employ them and are not available as you order the machine from your local Case Site Control Certified dealer,” said Max Winemiller, heavy equipment product management and marketing, Case Construction Equipment

“You can order and take delivery of your Case excavator with 2D or 3D excavation systems already installed and tested by Case,” he added. “Manufacturer integration offers a few benefits. The first is that you have the optimal combination of a highly productive machine and technology matched together to create an industry-leading combination for your specific work cycle. This combination, coming directly from Case, simplifies the entire commissioning process.

It also simplifies the acquisition process, allowing the owner’s excavator machine control of choice to be grouped with the purchase of the machine, combining the financing rate, approval and payment in a single transaction.

Winemiller noted the option improves the residual and resale value of the machine itself. 

“It confirms to the next buyer that the machine and system are purposefully matched and proven to work together,” he said.

Because the system is installed by Case, it will be backed by the Case dealers throughout its entire lifecycle.

“What we are doing here is matching, installing and testing 2D and 3D systems from Leica Geosystems with Case D Series excavators up to the Case CX 350D,” says Nathaniel Waldschmidt, product manager – excavators, Case Construction Equipment. “We do that all before delivery to the Case dealer. It massively simplifies the acquisition process.”

Waldschmidt added, “For a financial and business operations standpoint, you are now able to work the purchase of the machine in with the machine control system into one single financing package rate payment or transaction. From a practical standpoint, you’re buying that excavator with the system already installed, tested and calibrated from the dealer. You don’t have any downtime or delay as you wait for an aftermarket system to be installed.

“It takes the guesswork out of trying to figure out if you are deploying the right system or not,” Waldschmidt said. “The whole package is built out to OEM standards.”

Earlier this year, Case introduced factory fit machine control on its M Series dozers.

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