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Intlvac Thin Film Joins NanoCanada Mission to Toyko in January 2019

Intlvac Thin Film looks forward to participating in Nanotech Japan at Tokyo Big Sight on January 28 to February 1, 2019. Nanotech Japan is one of the largest technology conferences and exhibitions in the world. Last year over 44,000 visitors attended with 556 exhibitors from 23 countries exhibiting.

Intlvac Thin Film is pleased to be part of the Canadian pavilion at this exciting event. We welcome the opportunity to meet with our Japanese customers and colleagues during the few days that we are there.

If you’re planning to be there, visit the NanoCanada booth and learn how our custom Thin Film and Ion Beam Etch Systems can help you with your next project.

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