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Machine Design Guide provides best-practice advice

27 March 2009

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Machine Design Guide provides best-practice adviceToday's machine builders are faced with designing increasingly complex mechanical and electronic systems to stay competitive, plus they are under pressure to reduce development times and deliver machines with better performance. Whether you are designing a new machine or optimising existing plant, NI PACs (programmable automation controllers) can improve productivity and reduce operating cost by offering an integrated platform for high-speed control, accurate measurements, precise motion, vision and human-machine interfaces (HMIs).

National Instruments' Machine Design Guide runs to more than 50 pages and is divided into five sections:

  • Executive summary
  • Conceptual Machine Design and Mechanical Design
  • Electrical Design
  • Embedded Software Design
  • Control Design

Download this comprehensive Machine Design Guide free of charge to learn step-by-step best practices for designing your next machine at www.ni.com/industrial/machinedesign or use the form on this page to request a callback or more information.

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