Screen Printer Adapts to Changing Needs

August 2009
Assembly;Aug2009, Vol. 52 Issue 8, p20
The article reports on the move by DCI Inc. to expand its electronics manufacturing capacity by adopting the Horizon 03i, an automatic screen-printing system from DEK USA Inc. Based in Olathe, Kansas, the manufacturer designs and produces specialized custom liquid crystal displays, light emitting diode displays and operator interfaces. The Horizon's features, according to DCI chief operating officer (COO) Mike Morgan, include high-print quality and ease of use.


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