ADC showcases some of its cutting-edge technologies in Insertion Devices
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Lansing, NY, December 8, 2005 -- Advanced Design Consulting’s new 2006 Insertion Device
catalog for physicists highlights a wide range of the latest design and innovation in undulator
For the first time since Advanced Design Consulting USA, Inc. (ADC) began in 1994, the
company has produced a comprehensive 123-page, full-color Insertion Device Products catalog for physicists in the synchrotron community.
The catalog features a complete discussion on Control & Instrumentation, Magnetic
Measurement System, Magnetic Design, Mechanical Design, Finite Element Analysis, a
comprehensive Insertion Device Primer, and finally, training and education.
The new catalog contains information on Undulator Planar Device, Elliptical Polarized Undulator (EPU), Wiggler Insertion Device, In-Vacuum Undulator and magnet measurement system.
ADC provides exceptional engineering and scientific solutions to many companies and institutions. "Our company is dedicated to developing, fabricating, installing and servicing systems to meet our customers' needs," says Alex Deyhim, the company's president.
“The solutions Advanced Design Consulting provides enhance the capabilities and productivity of our customers in the synchrotron community,” says Dr. EricJohnson, head of ADC’s Insertion Device Group. “We apply leading-edge technology to our engineering solutions, and we’re proud of our standing within the scientific community.”
To obtain a free copy of the catalog, call (607) 533-3531 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
About the company: Advanced Design Consulting USA, Inc. is a privately owned company
organized and structured to provide technical services to all types of clients from small scientific entrepreneurs to universities, government agencies and private industries. The firm’s expertise and activities are primarily related to engineering design, research and development, testing and custom fabrication. It searches for innovative solutions to difficult problems. To order a copy of the free catalog, call (607) 533-3531. Or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information, visit the ADC Web site at www.adc9001.com.