Now in its 9th year, the Micro Nano MEMS event will return to the NEC in Hall 1 on Tuesday 26th & Wednesday 27th September 2017 as a dedicated specialist feature area at the annual Sensors & Instrumentation show.
Targeting a specific professional audience, the pavilion will cover the full spectrum of technologies, from laser micromachining through to micro injection moulding, and from MEMS fabrication, through to assembly, inspection and test equipment.
It offers visitors a one-stop-shop for small and ultra-precision process technology. The event will provide design engineers with the information and knowledge required to optimise micro and nano manufacturing opportunities in this fast developing field.
Micro Nano MEMS will have an exclusively allocated seminar theatre. The seminar programme will be characterised by high quality presentations from leading users of the technologies and industry commentators from across the globe.
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