34th Annual Meeting


Monday – Friday
October 28 – November 1, 2019
Wyndham Grand Downtown Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Conference Chair
Stephen J. Ludwick, Aerotech, Inc.

Photo Credit: David Reid/VisitPittsburgh

ASPE Commercial Exhibition – It’s Your Target Audience


The Commercial Exhibition at the 34th ASPE Annual Meeting is your opportunity to reach your target audience. Find new customers and help them find the right precision engineering tools to achieve their goals.

The ASPE Annual Meeting has between 350 to 400 attendees flow through the conference and exhibit during the two and one-half day event. About 58% of the attendees are ASPE members, while the rest are first-time attendees looking for the technology that they’ve been seeking to improve their research and business.

Well-educated participants who work in industry, government laboratories and academia attend the ASPE Annual Meeting. Between 10% and 15% of the attendees are graduate students studying in the specialized field of precision engineering, so the Annual Meeting is an opportunity to find excellent talent.

Approximately 72% of attendees work for organizations in the USA, while 16% work for organizations in Asia and 11% work in Europe. The remaining attendees represent organizations in Canada and Mexico.

Industries represented at the ASPE Annual Meeting include medicine, semiconductors, microelectronics, telecommunications, automotive, optics and photonics, MEMS, nanotechnology, aerospace and defense and machine tools.

All of these industries have a need to understand and use precision engineering principles and techniques, and the ASPE Commercial Exhibition can help these industries achieve the precision necessary to improve quality and performance.

Technologies represented at the ASPE Exhibition include

  • Precision motion, including both macro and micro systems
  • Motion control systems, including electronics and software
  • Dimensional metrology sensor and tools including surface and form metrology
  • Calibration tools, artifacts and software
  • Diamond turning and precision grinding machines
  • Latest materials, including glass, metals and ceramics
  • Software for design, simulation and inspection
  • Environmental control, including temperature and vibration

To draw attendees into the exhibit hall, ASPE places morning and afternoon breaks and two hospitality hours in the exhibit hall. The poster papers for the conference will be located in the exhibit hall, drawing in attendees. In addition, the exhibition is located next door to the technical general sessions, which allows for easy visibility.

View the floor plan and reserve your booth today. Send your reservation request to wendyshe@aspe.net.

2019 Exhibitors
  • Aerotech, Inc. (Booth 200)
  • AMETEK Precitech (Booth 212)
  • Carl Zeiss Industrial Quality Solutions (Booths 300 & 302)
  • Corning Tropel Corporation (Booth 100)
  • Kinetic Ceramics (Booth 205)
  • Kriterion, LLC (Booth 103)
  • Lion Precision (Booth 201)
  • MICRO-LAM, Inc. (Booth 204) •
  • Moore Nanotechnology Systems LLC (Booth 101)
  • New Way Air Bearings (Booth 202)
  • Polytec (Booth 206)
  • Precision Environments (Booth 102)
  • Professional Instruments Company (Booth 301)
  • Schneider Optical Machines (Booth 312)
  • TOWA USA (Booth 213)
  • VDL Enabling Technologies (Booth 113)