14/04/2023
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Vamac of Diepenbeek is helping to build pioneering measurement equipment for vacuum chambers of the Einstein Telescope 

Supported by POM Limburg and its Dutch counterpart LIOF, Dutch companies SAC and M3 Engineering are joining forces with the Diepenbeek-based production company Vamac. The three players are developing new equipment that can accurately measure dust particles in the vacuum chambers of the Einstein Telescope. This is groundbreaking technology, which might one day be applied to the production of the most advanced computer chips. 
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