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3M Interconnect Solutions  Profile

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3M Interconnect Solutions  Company Overview

3M Interconnect Solutions manufactures a broad range of Interconnect products for commercial and industrial applications.  Key markets include factory automation systems, high-speed cabling and connectors, machine vision, and high-performance signaling. It maintains manufacturing, sales and technical support facilities worldwide to support an extensive customer base.

3M Interconnect Solutions  Products

The types of products manufactured by 3M Interconnect Solutions include Board-to-Board Connectors, IC Sockets, Wire-to-Wire Connectors, Wire-to-Board Connectors, Test Sockets, Burn-in Sockets, Input/Output Connectors, and Cable Assemblies.

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