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The Dutch Society for Precision Engineering (DSPE) is a professional community for precision engineers: from scientists to craftsmen, employed from laboratories to workshops, from multinationals to small companies and universities.

What makes membership of DSPE unique

  • The only community in the field of precision engineering in the Netherlands with their own journal Mikroniek.
  • Active since 1954!
  • Members receive the free journal Mikroniek (international magazine on precision enginerwing) six times a year. Every new member gets free editorial publicity in Mikroniek.
  • Networking meetings with others in the profession, suchs as the regular Precision in Business (PiB) day, the Optics & Opto-Mechanics Day and the two-yearly DSPE Conference on Precision Mechatronics.
  • Special Interest Groups about Optics and Opto-Mechatronics and Thermomechanics.
  • Member benefits at fairs, conferences and for training programmes, such as the five-day Opto-Mechatronics Summer School, LiS Academy Summer School on the manufacturability of metal precision components, Precision Fair and High-Tech Systems event.Four Awards for promoting precision engineering.

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Joining the DSPE

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