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PRECISION METAL FABRICATION / ETCHING TECHNOLOGY: 10 MINUTES TO UNLOCK THE TRUTH.
This white paper answers the most important questions about precision metal fabrication, its possibilities and the most important aspects for optimised production of ultra-precise parts and components. Discover the true potential of precision metal fabrication and learn how etching technology is already part of your everyday life. Exploiting the power of the next-generation metal fabrication process for the optimised production of ultra-precise parts and components
HOW CAN YOU BENEFIT FROM 3D PRINTING'S ADVANCEMENT? WHY ADDITIVE, WHY NOW?
The last five years brought huge advancements in additive manufacturing. Companies improved the reliability and capabilities of their platforms, and industry leaders have pioneered new manufacturing applications. In this white paper, we cover how additive has improved and how you can translate the gains into concrete improvements to your manufacturing operation.
RFID USER AUTHENTICATION AND ACCESS CONTROL IN INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
User authentication and authorization to access industrial automation equipment in factories today must be easy to use, flexible, durable, secure, and stand up well to environmental elements. RFID card systems address these application requirements better than other methods and offer added benefits. RFID cards are the most widely used form of identity authentication and access control today. In this whitepaper, learn how combining ELATEC’S highly flexible, multipurpose TWN4 MultiTech reader/writer with the powerful TCP3 network interface module enables manufacturing plants to extend RFID identification card-based capability to the access control of devices requiring special operator training like PLC, robot and HMI automation controllers. And to control access to hazardous areas.