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ADC is one of over twenty companies that received contracts to design and build equipment for this upgrade.
The first hutch ADC delivered for CHESS-U, ID1A3, saw first light on January 31, 2018, only ten months after the contract was signed to pre-fabricate the hutch enclosures.
Given a large state grant to work with, Lansing's Advanced Design Consulting shows the impact it would have.
CHESS-U $15M Grant Helps Upstate New York Manufacturing Businesses
ADC’s President Mr. Alex Deyhim and Managing Director Mr. Eric Van Every spoke at CHESS-U’s announcement of $15 million state-sponsored grant to upgrade their facility.
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ADC Completes Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS) Diffractometer
ADC has completed design, manufacturing and testing of Very Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (VSANS) Diffractometer for NIST Center for Neutron Research.
Congressman Paul Tonko Visit CHESS
Paul Tonko took a tour of CHESS on Tuesday, November 1st, meeting with staff, users and local companies that will be impacted by CHESS-U, the upgrade that will optimize the accelerator for x-ray production.
Forum aimed to spark entrepreneurial ideas regionally
Ideas discussed to encourage global entrepreneurship in the Southern Tier. Binghamton University hosted the second annual Global Trade and Investment Forum for the Southern Tier region on Nov. 14. With a theme of global entrepreneurship, in conjunction with Global Entrepreneurship Week, the forum aimed to spark new ideas, inspire entrepreneurial activity and connect like-minded innovators, mentors and investors from across the globe.
Next-Generation Precision Motorized Optical Tables
ADC, known for Precision Motorized Optical Tables, announced today its One Hundredth manufacturing contract for the rugged and high tech Precision Motorized Optical Tables automation system. The latest unit was delivered to Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC).
NASA Publications Highlight ADC’s Success
ADC announces today that it has completed one of the most riveting projects in collaboration with the NASA Langley Research Center; the Radar Cross Section Test Range.
Cornell, ADC tackling rescue ropes issue for U.S. Navy copters
Engineers from Advanced Design Consulting in Lansing, New York meet with Cornell graduate students, led by professor Stuart Leigh Phoenix (pointing), in the machine shop of ADC’s Ridge Road facility. Pictured, left to right, are master’s students Timothy Lai and Sarah Choe; Phoenix; ADC engineer Brian Hoza and Director of Operations Eric Van Every; master’s student Matias Werner; and ADC President Alex Deyhim, M.Eng ’93, MBA ’98.
The Ithaca Journal article reads: "ADC, the Lasning-based maker of scientific instruments and components, has achieved the International Organization for Standardization 9001 for its design, manufacturing and assembly integration.
Alexander Deyhim, founder and CEO of ADC USA Inc., was invited to join the conference held to discuss the economic growth of the region on August 3rd 2015. This event was held at the Ithaca Startup Works, Ithaca’s Downtown Incubator, by U.S. Senator Kristen Gillibrand and Cornell President Elizabeth Garrett.
A new article regarding the ITER project has been published on the Oak Ridge National Laboratory website this week. It features ADC’s contribution to the project using the pellet selector which directs pellets to different outputs in a fusion reactor.