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Physik Instrumente sets up virtual trade show including industrial automation

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With conferences and industry exhibitions currently on hold, Physik Instrumente (PI) has set up a virtual trade show that will inspire and inform anyone with precision positioning and motion control challenges, wherever they are in the world. Each application-focused stand – covering everything from 3D printing or photonic alignment to industrial automation or in vitro diagnostics – demonstrates powerful PI solutions for higher throughput and accuracy, less downtime, scalable production, integration with existing systems and more. Whatever information researchers and technology leaders need, this is where they’ll find the answers.

Two dynamic, virtual stands – including comprehensive product demos and ACS software walkthroughs – are already available. The first of these is for laser material processing https://bit.ly/2Veja8Q, where visitors can discover how lasers can be used in many industrial applications – such as in the electronics and semiconductor industries – to optimise manufacturing procedures and ensure high quality production of components.

The second covers smart solutions for industrial automation https://bit.ly/37Z4oIo that are designed to ensure sub-micrometre accuracy, exact reproducibility and high throughput for positioning and motion tasks in assembly, semiconductor manufacturing, material processing and inspection systems.

More virtual trade stands are coming soon, contact PI at https://bit.ly/3ev39TB to find out more, and feel free to suggest an application field that’s missing.