As high precision micro molders, we are constantly looking to advance the underlying movements that create ground-breaking technology. This week, June 3rd – 7th, we are at the 19th International Conference & Exhibition for EUSPEN in Bilbao, Spain. The event that focuses on arts, sciences, technology of precision engineering, micro-engineering, and nanotechnology.

Formed in 1999 in collaboration with the European Commission, The European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology or EUPSEN is an influential community of industrialists, researchers, respected authorities and established players worldwide.

The event provides an entrepreneurial platform and educational opportunity that enables companies and researchers the resources and forum to expose their tech developments and services to a wide variety of professionals and also, keep track of new innovations in the field.

2019 Focus for EUSPEN

With a keynote by Prof Dr Ir Egbert-Jan Sol, board member of TNO Industry and program director of Smart Industry, this year’s theme at EUSPEN will be focused around the ideas and holistic approach that make new ideas work. Another theme will be simplicity and elegance of design.

As far as specifics, EUSPEN will also focus around measuring instruments and machine tools, design, mechatronics, metrology, and what we’re particularly excited about is advances in precision engineering and nanotechnologies and applications of precision engineering in biomedical sciences.

 

Accumold at EUSPEN

World class micro molders like Accumold play the key role in the advancement of new lightweight, ultra-small technologies, and it’s crucial for us to come into the design and manufacturing fold as early as possible. Because not all OEMs think to include as in the initial design phase we often come to them at events like EUSPEN.

We will be present at EUSPEN during the entire event, but if you’d like to see more about our company, sample products or learn about our process, we will be available at space 15 to answer questions and talk about next-gen tech.