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AMETEK Precitech, Inc., Sub. of Ametek - Keene, NH
Designer and manufacturer of ultraprecision machining systems for the diamond turning, aspheric grinding, flycutting and/or grooving of both rotationally symmetric and freeform optical components. Also manufactures standard and customized air-bearing components and modular geometry metrology...
ABTech, Inc. - Swanzey, NH
Aerotech, Inc. - Pittsburgh, PA
H2W Technologies, Inc. - Santa Clarita, CA
New Way Air Bearings - Aston, PA
Nutec Components Inc. - Deer Park, NY
A support device in which a column or chamber of air permits the free travel of a mobile part. In optical mounting and positioning equipment, air bearings are of two types, linear or rotary, depending upon which kind of motion they enable.
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