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DEK Solar looks forward to showcasing Eclipse at SNEC 2011, Booth 360 Hall E3

DEK Solar is preparing to take its brand new Eclipse photovoltaic metallization platform to the SNEC PV Power Expo 2011 (SNEC). The DEK Solar team will be on stand 360 in Hall E3 from February 22nd – 24th, 2011, at the Shanghai New International Expo Center in China, where it will be showcasing Eclipse’s pioneering modular design concept.

DEK Solar’s new Eclipse platform is a high throughput metallization technology featuring parallel print head processing options to maximise productive uptime. Incorporating six-sigma repeatability at class-leading accuracies, print speeds of 600mm/sec, advanced handling, integrated vision inspection and superior positional accuracy, the breakthrough platform is based on an innovative design featuring retrofittable modules that enable manufacturers to easily scale production to 1200, 2400 or 3600wph. Representing a highly scalable production advantage, the Eclipse will take centre stage on the DEK Solar booth at SNEC.

Eclipse’s primary process modules, including the print head and loader, incorporate master controls, meaning that additional process modules operate as secondary “slaves” to remove the cost of further control units. Eclipse performance can be easily upgraded in the field for manufacturers who forsee a production ramp up. Spacer process modules can be deployed at initial installation, then simply exchanged for additional print capacity when demand dictates.


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