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8/21/2012 09:09 PM EDT
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re: Analog specialist Apex targets printing market
fredrodriguez   12/4/2012 4:42:08 AM
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I believe the service that Apex Microtechnology Inc. provides will be very useful for many different industrial sectors such as production and printing companies. These companies require a great use of heavy machineries. I believe with more efficient power management, will allow these companies to save on their cost. Apex’s new high-voltage power operational amplifiers are especially useful to many printing companies as it can be used to drive print- heads on large industrial printers. With the high- voltage operational amplifiers, the power of the plant can be better managed and hence cut down on the cost. http://www.intellprinting.com

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