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Cambridge Technology Moves to Larger Site
Feb 2007
Cambridge Technology Inc. announced that it relocated in January to a larger site in nearby Lexington. The new facility has twice as much space for manufacturing and development of its closed-loop, galvanometer-based optical scanning components and related products, it said. Cambridge Technology's products are used in applications such as laser marking, engraving, drilling, machining and treating; ophthalmology, DNA sequencing and confocal microscopy; and laser entertainment and projection. Its new address is 25 Hartwell Ave., Lexington MA, 02421; phone: (781) 541-1600; fax: (781) 541-1601.

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