Rockwell Automation Enhances Machine-Design Tools

Source: From the ControlDesign.com News Desk

By Rockwell Automation

Oct 17, 2013

Under constant pressure to design cheaper, faster and cost-effective machines, small builders of simple control, stand-alone machines are looking for new tools that allow them to remain competitive. Rockwell Automation recently enhanced its free Connected Components Accelerator Toolkit (CCAT) and Connected Components Workbench software tools to do just this. This news release discusses how the enhanced features in this time-saving tools integrates the whole machine-control development process, allowing builders more time to focus on proprietary features and functions that make them stand apart to competitors.

Read the full press release on Rockwell Automation.

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