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Precision Machining for Industry 4.0

March 2, 2017

Industry 4.0, also known as the Industrial IoT, has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing. With the help of precision machining, the road to Industry 4.0 is easier than you might expect.

Download this Nexcom whitepaper to learn the details of precision machining as it applies to Industry 4.0. You will see:

  • How a PC-based IoT controller can consolidate machine vision and precise control
  • How to connect physical manufacturing systems to factory and enterprise networks
  • The role played by real-time industrial Ethernet technologies such as EtherCAT
  • How multi-function machinery can be developed using pre-integrated hardware and software
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