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Multi-Axis Linear Motion System Design & Control using LabVIEW 'Seminars' in October

(posted 09/14/2011)

October 5, 6, 12 & 13 2011

Electromate is pleased to announce it will be hosting four Multi-Axis Linear Motion System Design & Control using LabVIEW Seminars in October in Toronto, London, Montreal & Quebec City.

Location & Dates:

Wednesday October 5th in Woodbridge at-
Electromate's Office
4300 Steeles Avenue West, Unit #39
Woodbridge, Ontario  L4L 4C2
Toll Free Phone: (877) 737-8698
Directions to Electromate's Office

Thursday October 6th in London at-      
Robarts Research Institute
Fisher Conference Room
The University of Western Ontario
100 Perth Drive,
London, Ontario  N6A 5K8
Phone: (519) 931-5777
Directions to Robarts Research Facility
LabVIEW Seminars

Wednesday October 12th in Montreal at-
Conseil National de Recherches Canada
Institut des Materiaux Industriels (CNRC-IMI)
75 Boul de Mortagne
Boucherville, Quebec  J4B 6Y4
Phone: (450) 641-5000
Directions to NRC
 
Thursday October 13th in Quebec City at  
INO (Institut National D'Optique)
Charles E. Beaulieu Room
2740 rue Einstein
Quebec City, Quebec  G1P 4S4
Phone: (418) 657-7006
Directions to INO
 
Presenting the Seminar will be:
Zaber Technologies

Who would benefit from this Seminar:

Designers, OEM's, Integrators and Research Faculty in the Lab Automation, Life Sciences, Medical, Biotech, Semiconductor, Pharmaceutical, Optics, Photonics, Metrology & Microscopy, Material Science, Test & Measurement, and General Automation markets who are looking to gain a better practical understanding of how to design, integrate & program a high precision linear motion control system.

The Seminar agenda includes presentations on:
•    How to size & select single & multi-axis linear motion systems
•    Open loop vs. closed loop systems
•    Common methods of control:  LabVIEW, Zaber's Console, Joystick, etc.
•    Using LabVIEW in motion applications
•    Vacuum compatible actuators & positioning systems  
•    'Hands-on' assembly of a Zaber linear system
•    Benefits of adding feedback loops and load sensors to linear systems  
•    Chat with an engineer to solve your toughest motion control problem
•    Product Demonstrations

What you’ll receive:

-  Motor Sizing Software
-  Presentation material on USB Stick
-  Factory Technical Staff will be on hand demonstrating functioning demos
-  The ½ day events are FREE and run from 9:30am-2:00pm
-  Lunch will be served

The Seminar is FREE, however seating is limited. Click on the Online Link below, or E-mail, fax or phone in your reservation today!

ONLINE REGISTRATION LINK

*The NRC is only providing the location for the Montreal Seminar and does not officially endorse the products being presented.


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