November 2007 Issue
CONTROL DESIGN is the only industrial automation magazine dedicated to the automation information needs of industrial machine builders, those original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) that build the machines that make industry work.
Arthur G. Russell Has Been Walking the Talk for Six Decades
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What ongoing training is vital in order to have a seasoned employee with the right skill sets?
Engineers Attend Engineering Schools & Engineering Trek, the Next Generation
Why are women engineers leaving the industry so fast?
Read about the latest mergers, alliences and aquisitions for this month. Also see a 10 year flashback in history.
Writers and teachers can point you in the right direction, but they almost never are the experts when it comes to machine automation.
With instructor-led training running at about $2,000 a session, a self-learning book might be the ticket to get up to speed on this software.
We basically went from an Etch-a-Sketch type of CAD system to a true engineering design package.
Evolution, Not Revolution. Machine Automation Trends Point to Ever More Use of Faster, Smaller, Smarter Components
Lumber Machinery Builder Improves Customer Quality and Yields With a Machine Vision Solution
Lumber Mill OEM Boosts Performance, Cuts Weight on New Trim Saw With Aluminum Pneumatic Cylinders
Bluetooth Has a Straightforward Infrastructure, Adapts to Frequency-Hopping, Copes Well With Interference and Is More Agile Than ZigBee
What should you look for in a software package? Tools, wizards, other special features?
Most co-ops students gain enough proficiency that a portion of their time can be charged to the projects that theyre working on.
Now Available on Demand, Software Reduces Over-Design Risk