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March 22nd, 2004
Zyvex Uses SolidWorks Software to Design Nano-Scale Devices
Nanotechnology pioneer Zyvex Corporation has standardized on SolidWorks(R) software to design and analyze microscopic tools that build and test mechanical devices and materials measuring a fraction of the diameter of a human hair. SolidWorks enables Zyvex to visualize, develop, and troubleshoot nanomanipulators, microgrippers, and microassembly devices used to make and test everything from sensors on ink jets to the materials that will seat the next-generation of computer chips.
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