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Automated Precision Inc. is a world leader of advanced metrology solutions for industry. Founded by Dr . Kam Lau in 1987, API has pioneered progressively higher standards of accuracy for coordinate measuring and machine tool operation. API products are installed and used by all of the world's leading automotive, aerospace, machine tool, and CMM manufacturers.

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