Case Adds Leica's OEM-Fit 2D, 3D Machine Control to D Series Excavators

Marcia Gruver Doyle Pix
Updated Jul 21, 2021
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Case has partnered with Leica Geosystems to offer OEM-Fit 2D and 3D machine control systems on its Case D Series excavators, which can then be financed together with the machine.
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Case Construction Equipment has added the option of Leica Geosystem's OEM-Fit 2D and 3D machine control systems to its Case D Series excavators.

Case SiteControl Certified dealers will install the systems, ensuring that it is properly installed and tested. The systems can also be part of the acquisition process, with financing or lease approval grouped with the purchase of the machine into a single package.

“It takes the guesswork out of what solution works best with each machine, and ensures that it is installed and tested by certified professionals before it’s delivered to the contractor,” says Nathaniel Waldschmidt, product manager, Case. “The excavator and the machine control system are optimally matched and calibrated — helping the owners and operators of each machine get up and running immediately upon delivery of the machine.”  

In addition, Case says OEM-Fit  machine control solutions increase the residual/resale value of equipped excavators, and let used buyers know that the system is designed and proven to work with the machine.

"Machine control has the ability to transform the productivity, efficiency and long-term profitability of excavators,” Waldschmidt says. “We’re now making the addition of machine control with excavators completely turnkey."

Case says the Leica system offers several features that increase the productivity, safety and accuracy of excavators while providing an easy-to-use hardware and software platform.

Case's D series excavators range from the 30,140-pound DX130D to the 158,300-pound CKL750D.