Cast and Machined Components from Accudynamics at Pittcon
Lakeville, Mass. (January 25, 2012) – Precision manufacturer Accudynamics will display its instrument base plates and optical housings for scientific instruments at Pittcon 2012, booth 2411. The show takes place from March 11-15 at the Orlando County Convention Center (Orlando, Fla.).
Accudynamics’ base plates provide a stable foundation for scientific instruments, which contributes to the lifetime of the equipment and the accuracy of its results. The base plates are precision machined with particular attention to very tight tolerances and the elimination of flexure and unintended creep.
The company’s optical housings are designed to integrate detection components into a scientific instrument. The compact housings ensure alignment of critical features, eliminating manual adjustments during instrument assembly.
Accudynamics produces a wide range of components for scientific and medical manufacturers. Its expertise in precision cast and machined parts and assemblies reduce instrument costs and improve reliability through design.