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3M Touch Systems  Profile

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3M Touch Systems  Company Overview

In 2001, 3M acquired Dynapro Systems and MicroTouch Systems and combined them to form a new entity, 3M Touch Systems.

3M Touch Systems is now part of the 3M Electronics and Energy group located in Austin, TX.  

3M Touch Systems, a business group of the Optical Systems Division of 3M, was created by 3M in 2001 through the acquisition of two established touchscreen companies: Dynapro Systems and MicroTouch Systems. 3M Touch Systems is comprised of three business groups: Touch Screen Sensors, Touch Monitors, and Specialty Sensor Products, addressing the primary touch markets of Gaming/Entertainment, Point-Of-Sale (POS), Point-Of-Information (POI), Self-Service Kiosks, Financial, Portable, Handheld, and Consumer products.

3M Touch Systems  Products

The types of products manufactured by 3M Touch Systems include Touch Screen Sensors, Capacitive Touch-Screen display systems up to 49",  DST Touch-Screen display systems up to 52", Desktop Touch-Screen displays up to 27", Chassis Touch-Screen displays up to 46", SCT desktop displays up to 17" and SCT chassis displays up to 22".

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