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Bruker Alicona to Host US Road Show

For seven weeks between September and November, the company will visit 20 cities in 14 states with a selection of its optical 3D form and roughness measuring systems.

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For a total of 7 weeks from September to November, Bruker Alicona will be on the road, heading 20 cities in 14 states with a selection of its optical 3D form and roughness measuring systems. Each day, three to four exclusive demo slots will be available in each city. The demos are subject to registration via the Bruker Alicona website. The event is designed to offer personalized demo sessions with comprehensive COVID safety measures to protect the health of all participants. These measures include limited number of visitors, strict adherence to the safety distance of 6 feet, compulsory use of masks and regular disinfection after each slot. 

In the first week, starting on September 28, the company will stop in Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Itasca. The company says that if it receives requests from further cities, it will consider extending it stops. “The health of both our customers and our team is priority one,” says General Manager Christian Janko. “Taking all respective measures into account that will provide a safe setting, we are confident that the show will be busy. We are excited to take a chance to meet our customers again!”

The show will feature the company’s µCMM optical coordinate measuring system, as well as its InfiniteFocusSL optical 3D measurement system. 

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