Join the New LinkedIn Group 'Motion Control Fundamentals'

Created by Electromate.com, this New LinkedIn Technical Group strives to advance the knowledge of the fundamentals of Electro-mechanical Motion Control.

Created by Electromate.com, this New LinkedIn Technical Group strives to advance the knowledge of the fundamentals of Electro-mechanical Motion Control.


We welcome regular posts by group members of any Technical Notes & White Papers, Video's, Webinars, Podcasts, Engineering Formulae, Sizing Software, etc., related to the discipline of Motion Control.

We appreciate your participation and encourage your comments.

If you are novice or technically proficient user of Motion Control products/systems, please join this group. No Job Postings please.

Click on the link below to join now.
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Motion-Control-Fundamentals-4883684/about

A copy of this Press Release can be viewed at-

http://electromate.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/join-the-new-linkedin-group-motion-control-fundamentals/

For more information, please contact:

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Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
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Tags: Motion Control, Motor Control, Machine Control, Mechatronics, High-Tech Systems, Robotics, Automation, Servo Systems, Stepper Systems, Linear Motion, Rotary Motion, Technology, Mechanical Motion Control, Technology, Engineering Formulae, Motion Control Products

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