DEK customers secure a future-proofed productivity advantage with value-driven Horizon platform

20 FEBRUARY 2009

Horizon from DEK is currently changing what manufacturers can expect from the screen printing marketplace, delivering significantly more choice and value to generate a future-proofed productivity advantage. With the flexibility and freedom of choice necessary to deliver maximum Return on Investment, Horizon is being widely adopted by manufacturers looking to compete successfully in today’s economic climate and beyond.
The DEK Horizon platform offers a comprehensive array of advanced features as standard, including optimised printer frame technology, motorised stencil alignment, fast product changeover, 2.0 Cpk print process capability and 6-sigma production performance – offering a clear productivity advantage from the outset. However, Horizon also equips manufacturers with the power to choose from a wide range of advanced options retrofittable in the field to address future applications, production needs or technologies. Putting options such as speed improvements, intelligent board support and rapid understencil cleaning within easy reach of manufacturers in any environment and at any time, Horizon dramatically reduces cost-of-ownership to maximise value over platform lifetime. The powerhouse behind Horizon’s range of standard and optional productivity tools is DEK’s advanced Instinctiv™ V9 machine user interface. Delivering a wide range of utilisation and productivity benefits, Instinctiv V9 enables real-time feedback, shorter time to first print, lower operator training requirements and easier error avoidance and recovery. To support Horizon’s development, DEK has launched a brand new online Configurator Tool.

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