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RS Precision Shows Off Tiny Parts

By DE Editors

RS Precision is providing visitors an “up close” view of small parts during the Atlantic Design and Manufacturing Show in New York’s Javits Center June 8-10. Using iPad technology, RS Precision will showcase its EDM and micro-machining capabilities through touchscreen images of small and complex parts. 

In addition, RS Precision will host a “Count the Smallest Parts” contest.  Visitors can submit their best guess at the number of micro-machined parts contained in a display.  The person who comes closest to the actual count will win a free Apple iPad, courtesy of RS Precision. 

RS Precision recently acquired a Mitsubishi EA8PV-Advance, which is capable of producing holes down to .001-in. diameter, and holes to .006-in. diameter with aspect ratios greater than 10:1. According to the company, there are only two of these machines in the United States. 

For more information, visit RS Precision.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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