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DEK says its Verification and Traceability software program is an important breakthrough for manufacturers working in critical industries, such as medical and automotive. The software is designed to fully proof the print process, and the software’s verification elements are intended to prevent incorrect consumables from being used. DEK says manufacturing is only driven by approved parameters and consumables by proactively verifying product file settings. The system reportedly eliminates laborious and error-prone manual cross-checking to ensure consistent quality and throughput.

DEK says its Verification and Traceability software program is an important breakthrough for manufacturers working in critical industries, such as medical and automotive. The software is designed to fully proof the print process, and the software’s verification elements are intended to prevent incorrect consumables from being used. DEK says manufacturing is only driven by approved parameters and consumables by proactively verifying product file settings. The system reportedly eliminates laborious and error-prone manual cross-checking to ensure consistent quality and throughput. The system can be configured to halt the process, generate a warning, or record data. The software delivers inline automatic and traceability scanning by linking verification data with individual board identity upon entry to the print platform. The software records effective boards and reject counts, and the information is downloadable in industry-standard data formats. It uses direct output from the screen printer to the network to allow manufacturers access to process data. The Verification and Traceability program is driven by DEK’s Instinctiv V9 machine user interface. DEK, 8 Bartles Corner Rd., Flemington, NJ 08822, 908-782-4140, fax: 908-782-4774, Web: www.dek.com.

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