DAC International field service is staffed with experienced professionals both at the Carpinteria, California headquarters and in Europe.
DAC International products are built to survive in “real world” manufacturing climates. Each customer is trained in first line of defense preventive maintenance and module troubleshooting, prior to delivery of DAC equipment. All our machines carry a full 12-month parts and labor warranty.
At the Carpinteria facility, our dedicated technical support team provides assistance to customers worldwide, via email, video conference, phone, fax, or visit to the customer site. Customers can also set up direct high speed internet connections to their machines, which allows our technicians to provide immediate, virtual “hands-on” troubleshooting via GoToAssist.
Reporting Equipment Problems
In order to improve the quality of technical support and response time to your machine or software problems, we ask that all requests for DAC technical assistance be made as follows:
- Prior to telephoning DAC, please click on the “Equipment Issue Report“
- Fill out this report completely.
- Do one of the following:
- E-mail the report to DAC by hitting the “SUBMIT” button at the bottom of the screen.
- Print the form and fax it to DAC: +1 (805) 566-2196.
A service technician will contact you shortly.
Request for Field Service
DAC International’s technical support team makes every effort to solve machine and software problems via telephone, email, and high speed internet connection. However, there may be instances that require a DAC field service technician to visit your plant. If this is the case, please contact our Technical Services department, TEL: +1 (805) 745-1624, EMAIL: email@example.com. A quotation for the service will be sent to you, which you will be asked to approve in writing. A technician cannot be scheduled until we have received this approval.
Top Technical Tips
BACK UP – BACK UP – BACK UP
We highly recommend that you do a back up of your hard drive at least once a quarter to ensure you have a process in place, in case your hard drive on your DAC equipment were to fail.
Keep compressed air clean and dry.
Verify the the requirements with the latest specifications on the website or data sheets for each product in question.
If you need help performing a back up, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.