Absolute Turnkey, a leading manufacturer of the complete end-to-end EMS solution, has purchased a DEK Horizon Screen Printer. The platform will provide Absolute Turnkey with absolute freedom of choice to configure its screen printer as needed.
“We are excited to incorporate this state-of-the-art screen printer into our production line,” commented Michelle Barbe, COO.
The DEK Horizon will be installed in Absolute Turnkey’s Santa Clara, CA facility, where the company provides its customers with an end-to-end solution and the scalability of a Tier 1 EMS provider as well as the flexibility, speed and focus of a Tier 2 or Tier 3 EMS provider. Services offered by Absolute Turnkey include NPI/prototype and production assemblies, field returns/repairs/upgrades and testing to include ICT, flying probe and functional test.
The flexibility and rapid changeover capabilities of the Horizon platform are suitable for a diverse and detailed range of assembly challenges, from fast turn prototyping and short production runs to high-speed, volume manufacturing. Its versatility enables easy re-deployment to handle various substrate materials including PCBs, glass, ceramics and green tape.
The Horizon benefits from DEK’s robust chassis technology, featuring vibration tested one-piece construction for exceptional rigidity and mechanical integrity, which is the foundation of the Industry Gold Standard 6-Sigma machine alignment capability of 2cpk @ +/-12.5 µm. The Horizon incorporates DEK’s Instinctiv™ V9 next-generation touchscreen user interface as standard. Instinctiv V9 presents graphical, menu-based controls for easy, error-free operation and is the powerhouse behind an extensive array of Productivity Tool options designed to enhance throughput and yield. For more information about DEK’s Horizon Screen Printer, visit www.dek.com/horizon.
Founded in 1996, Absolute Turnkey is a leader in manufacturing the complete end-to-end EMS solution, which helps customers rapidly introduce innovative new technology by providing speed-to-market to their OEM customers. Speed-to-market starts with engineering services and extends into prototypes, pilots and then into production.