SPIE Photonics West 2023 exhibitor products (UPDATED 1/27)

Jan. 2, 2023
Get a first look at what will be shown on the SPIE Photonics West 2023 exhibit floor.

Every year, Laser Focus World provides a sneak peek into what will be shown during the SPIE Photonics West exhibition.

For 2023, SPIE’s website shows just over 1160 exhibitors participating so far—a jump from the 950 reported at the 2022 event—signaling an enthusiastic comeback to live events and appreciation for making connections in-person. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone there; we invite you to stop by booth 3456 to meet our Laser Focus World team members.

Click through each photo above for information on companies/products you can expect to see on the exhibit floor.

Editor's note: This photo gallery will be continually updated as company participation announcements come to us. If you would like to be included, please reach out to managing editor Lee Dubay at [email protected].

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Lee Dubay | Managing Editor

Lee Dubay is a seasoned editor and digital content manager with 20 years of experience in technology B2B media. She specializes in digital content management, as well as website analytics, SEO, and social media engagement best practices. 

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