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Aerospace process machine wiring is underway

The CCS Installation team are currently wiring up three large machines to be used for chemical etching and inspection. These machines will be used in the manufacture of Aircraft parts in a new, advanced manufacturing facility in northern England. The main control system will be Siemens S7 300 based with Simotion motion control and ASI networks for the I/O systems. These plant control systems will be fully integrated with the plants MES system Read More

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SyncroSpeed at Molding 2012

Miami FL  Robert Knaster and DoDo Pratt are ready to let all the delegates know what they need to know about SyncroSpeed at the 22nd International Conference & Exhibit Molding 2012.  This technical gathering focussed on important innovations in manufacturing technologies to enable intelligent molders and manufacturers to stay ahead and prosper. Industry leaders presented the latest developments in various injection molding processes, hardware and controls. Additionally, issues and opportunities Read More

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where is that wire supposed to be?

England  Sometimes you have to look very carefully to be sure of having all the right signals for a complete interface between the host machine and the SyncroSpeed control. Here Darshan is identifying wires in a remote control node of a Stork ST machine. See the SyncroSpeed pages to learn more about the possibilities of reducing energy and costs with SyncroSpeed