Fiber Optic Center announces BiOS and Photonics West 2017 Line Up

New Bedford, MA --- Fiber Optic Center, Inc., (FOC) announces BiOS and Photonics West 2017 line up. FOC will be exhibiting at both SPIE’s BiOS, January 28th and 29th, at booth 8946 and Photonics West, January 31st – February 2nd, at booth 2701 in San Francisco, CA with a cable assembly equipment line up and both Q&A and technical solution information. Attendees are invited to visit the FOC staff at the booths to learn more about the recent solutions they have published. Cablers: Are you looking to work with specialty cables or furcation tubes? If so, here are key points to consider.

Topics the FOC technical staff will be addressing include:

• MT Ferrule Geometry Specifications: Minus-Side Coplanarity in IEC 61755-3-31:2015
• Which passive component tester to purchase? The 7 basic questions to get correctly configured fiber optic test equipment
• Adjusting epoxy processes: Recommendations to reduce waste (and save money) in your fiber optic cable assembly process
• Polymer waveguides as the future for the fiber optic industry
• Cross-sectioning as a view inside connectors and insight into why they fail
• Bond Line Thickness & Helpful Epoxy Tips: Answers to Common Epoxy Questions
• How to Develop a Fiber Optic Polishing Process that Produces Consistent Results
• Sanding 3D Printed Objects: How to Get a Mirror-Polish Finish

Additional resources from the FOC team include:
• FOC technical solution content: http://bit.ly/29WTvgn
• Glossary, Acronyms, Military Specifications for Connectors: http://bit.ly/2a2EFn8
• Q&A Resource: email technical questions to [email protected]

Fiber Optic Center, Inc.
New Bedford, MA
800-473-4237
508-992-6464
[email protected]
http://www.focenter.com

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