Improving micro-milling technology

Control Electronics Manufacturing
Mikroniek 2010-1 by Rogier Blom 2 April 2012

The 2009 Precision Fair (Precisiebeurs) was the ninth in a series of successful yearly happenings. On one hand, it has become an excellent place to experience the power of Dutch precision industry, on the other hand it offers more and more the opportunity for “good old precision boys” to meet. Indeed, the 2009 theme “International market opportunities” involved a lot of networking, which this fair made amply possible. So, Dutch precision specialists could see and hear the novelties that English, German and other foreign companies showed in their booths. And booth holders could take take the opportunity to discover what their competitors/colleagues showed in their stands.


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