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AEi and 3-Edge Partner for European Sales
Aug 2008
Automation Engineering Inc. (AEi) of Wilmington, Mass., will partner with 3-Edge of Munich, Germany, for European sales and service support of AEi’s automation systems for precision optoelectronics manufacturing, AEi announced. 3-EDGE will represent AEi’s CMAT stations for the alignment, assembly and test of camera modules as well as its PMAT stations for photonics device manufacturing across Europe with the exception of the UK. Prior to partnering with AEi, 3-EDGE sold earlier-generation competitive platforms for more than five years to the optoelectronics industry.

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