The manufacturer of linear motion systems will be an exhibitor at the February trade show in San Diego

Pittsburg, CA - Janury 13, 2012 - Bishop-Wisecarver, manufacturer of the original DualVeeŽ guide wheel and industry leader in guided motion technology, will take part in the Society for Lab Automation and Screening (SLAS2012) exhibition February 6 through 7.

The Northern California manufacturer will join 300 other exhibitors at the convention, the first annual since combining LabAutomation and the Screening Biomolecular Sciences trade shows.

"We have exhibited on and off at LabAutomation throughout the years," said Bishop-Wisecarver President Pamela Kan. "We are excited to now be a part of the inauguralannual SLAS2012 - uniting the best of the former LabAutomation and SBS conferences."

The new integrated SLAS2012 event gives vendors a wider, more diverse audience, she added.

"The move to the San Diego location will only enhance the appeal of the show," Kan said. "This show now gives us exposure to 5,000-plus innovative scientists, engineers, researchers and technologists from academic, government and commercial laboratories around the globe. We feel it is the perfect venue for several of our specialty products such as the MinVee miniature slide, SL2 stainless steel slide and PRT2 precision ring and track system."

Visit the BWC team at booth #1236 to nab a WD-40 pen, learn more about our technologies and see our linear guide and slide demos. Also, be sure to pick up a copy of our technology data sheets - "Best Practices for Selecting and Sizing Guide Wheels," "Corrosion Protection of Carbon and Stainless Steel Track" and "What to do When Your Motion System Throws You a Curve."

Need some one-on-one time with us to discuss your latest project? Make an appointment for during the trade show on our website.

The SLAS2012 exhibition showcases cutting edge trends in laboratory automation and technologies in a variety of industries, including food and agricultural sciences, clinical diagnostics and drug discovery and research. For more about SLAS2012, go to