NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits






MicroManufacturing Conference & Exhibits March 28-29, 2012 | Boston, Massachusetts NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits


Make plans to attend the NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits on March 28-29in Boston, Massachusetts.

With
multiple sessionscovering new applications, new technology, new processes, case studies, and the latest developments to integrate nano techonology into your manufacturing.


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Featured Nano Presentation

Electric Tweezers
Donglei Fan, University of Texas-Austin

Discover how electric tweezers can transport, assemble, and rotate nano entities with precisely controlled angle, speed, and direction. See how they can be used to transport in a highly controlled manner drug-carrying functionalized nanowires for cell-specific drug delivery.
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The NanoManufacturing Conference & Exhibits is where you will . . .

  1. Discover the techniques and technologies others use in the industry
  2. Gather new ideas during the technical sessions
  3. Find solutions from
    top suppliers in the industry
  4. Hear how new products can work for you during the Technology Highlights Theater
  5. See some of the best work taking place at industry and university research centers during the Poster Session
Upcoming Webinar

MicroManufacturing: Getting Even Smaller
Wednesday, February 15 | 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST

What is micromanufacturing and how is it used? With applications in nearly every manufacturing area, understanding how micromanufacturing is different from traditional manufacturing can make all the difference. This program will focus on the challenges in several areas including micro machining, micro molding, micro workholding, micro forming, and micro metrology.
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FEATURED EXHIBITORS


Visit Accumold's Website


Visit Aline's Website


Visit Coast Wire & Plastic Tech's Website


Visit SmalTec's Website


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Society of Manufacturing Engineers
One SME Drive • PO Box 930
Dearborn, MI 48121-0930
800.733.4763

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