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    GVP manufactures top quality precision membrane switches, sensors, thin-film membrane potentiometers, graphic overlays, catheter printing, and custom labels. From pad printed medical catheters to...
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    Spectra Symbol designs and manufactures custom linear potentiometers. Our position sensors are specially designed for use in medical, automotive and electronic industries. The potentiometers are made...
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    C C Electro is an aggressive, responsive, technical sales organization specializing in electronic components for the Midwest market (Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, and West...
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    EAO is a global supplier of electrical and electronic switch products and switch accessories, keypads, keyboards, control panel assemblies and CAN interfaces. Our product range includes:PCB mount...
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    Synkera Technologies develops, manufactures and markets innovative yet practical devices based on its unique combination of nanotechnology, microfabrication, and advanced materials science...
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    Hoffmann + Krippner is a DIN EN ISO 9001-2000 certified company! With over 35 years of experience, Hoffmann + Krippner is the perfect partner for developing customized control units, membrane...
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    Since 1974, DeWAL has been an industry leader in the manufacture of high performance polymer films and pressure sensitive tapes. Our films are among the longest splice free lengths in the...
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    Dan Young, president and founder of Thermal Press International, Inc. started Young Technologies in the heart of Silicon Valley, California in the early 1980's building fixtures, designing...
  • News - 9 Dec 2010
    The novel 3G range Porometer from Quantachromes is condensed, speedy, and can be structured with smart algorithms and Windows-enabled data reporting and acquisition software. The inclusion of the...
  • News - 1 Dec 2012
    An implantable sensor that allows diabetics to more effectively monitor their blood-sugar levels is a step closer to reality, thanks to a researcher at Texas A&M University who is developing...