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ProPhotonix appoints three new distribution partners

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ProPhotonix has appointed three new distribution partners based in Asia, Europe and the United States.

NexLase, based in Munich, has been named as a distributor of ProPhotonix’s machine vision illumination products in Germany. NexLase was founded in 2005 and specialises in the distribution of laser and other application specific accessories including optics and laser safety devices. Nevis, located in Taiwan, is a full-service engineering and technology provider known for supplying its customers with customised turnkey solutions. Nevis will be integrating ProPhotonix’s laser and LED illumination products into its end-user applications. Saber1, founded in 2001 and located in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, provides a single destination for customers looking to source vision components including software, cameras, frame grabbers and other components from major manufacturers worldwide.

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