Technology in Practice: DEK to Showcase Latest Advancements at APEX 2011

15 APRIL 2011

Maintaining a commitment to technology advancement and R&D investment – even through the recent global downturn – is a strategy that has resulted in DEK’s development of several new ground-breaking printing innovations. All of these latest technologies will be showcased at the upcoming APEX event taking place April 12 – 14 in Las Vegas, Nevada and DEK invites show delegates to see these advances live at booth #1258.
Making its debut at APEX 2011 is DEK’s much anticipated HawkEye Bridging post-print verification technology. Built on the success of the original HawkEye system, HawkEye Bridging incorporates all of the benefits of its predecessor and extends them even further with the added capability of shorts and contamination detection. Designed with operators in mind, HawkEye is a high-speed paste-on-pad verification system that delivers an instant go/no-go instruction to the operator. The system highlights insufficient paste and prompts corrective action. Now, with the added functionality of HawkEye Bridging, operators have even more control and problem prevention capability with the new shorts and contamination detection offered with this latest innovation from DEK. Demonstrations of HawkEye Bridging will be available on-demand at APEX.


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