Under this motto, GEMAC will open its doors for the 5th time on 23 September as part of the late shift (Chemnitz Industrial Heritage Days) and will be transformed into a technology gallery for an evening.

Inte­res­ted visi­tors can expe­ri­ence the tech­no­lo­gy at the loca­ti­on of the microelec­tro­nics com­pa­ny by means of tech­ni­cal exhi­bits from the artist’s point of view. The employees of the Chem­nitz-based com­pa­ny are par­ti­cu­lar­ly loo­king for­ward to pre­sen­ting the pro­ducts of their cus­to­mers, which are deve­lo­ped and manu­fac­tu­red at GEMAC, in the tech­no­lo­gy gal­le­ry set up espe­cial­ly for this evening.

All visi­tors will be ama­zed whe­re the know-how of GEMAC can be found ever­y­whe­re. Not only in ever­y­day devices, agri­cul­tu­ral and con­struc­tion machine­ry, but also in medi­cal tech­no­lo­gy and in the field of rene­wa­ble ener­gies.

Visi­tors can accom­pa­ny the ent­i­re assem­bly pro­cess of prin­ted cir­cuit boards during pro­duc­tion. In addi­ti­on, this year GEMAC is once again offe­ring a han­di­c­raft street, whe­re visi­tors can sol­der their own sou­ve­nirs / make their own sou­ve­nirs — in kee­ping with the slo­gan “Art meets tech­no­lo­gy”.

This event also offers the per­fect set­ting to test your own skills in hand­ling a sol­de­ring iron and to get a tas­te of the exci­ting pro­fes­si­on of an elec­tro­nics tech­ni­ci­an. If you are gene­ral­ly inte­res­ted in trai­ning oppor­tu­nities in a regio­nal medi­um-sized tech­no­lo­gy com­pa­ny, you will find the appro­pria­te con­ta­ct per­sons here.

About the GEMAC — Gesell­schaft für Mikro­elek­tronik­an­wen­dung Chem­nitz mbH

GEMAC cur­r­ent­ly employs more than 90 peop­le, pri­ma­ri­ly in elec­tro­nics pro­duc­tion and deve­lo­p­ment. The Chem­nitz-based elec­tro­nics company’s main are­as of busi­ness are smart sen­sor solu­ti­ons and dia­gnostic devices for fiel­dbus sys­tems on the one hand, and the deve­lo­p­ment and pro­duc­tion of prin­ted cir­cuit boards and elec­tro­nic modu­les for medi­cal tech­no­lo­gy and indus­try on the other. In accordance with the cre­do “Made in Ger­ma­ny”, GEMAC deve­lo­ps, manu­fac­tures and dis­tri­bu­tes pro­ducts of the hig­hest qua­li­ty at fair pri­ces.