Get Hands-On With Live Machine Monitoring Hardware and Software

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eNetDNC brings its Smart Manufacturing machine monitoring software and hardware to Amerimold.

For the very first time, eNETDNC will showcase its Smart Manufacturing software and hardware at Amerimold. Booth visitors will be able to interact with live machine monitoring software, dashboards and reports, and get hands-on with the industry's best communications hardware. Booth visitors that have their badges scanned will receive a free eNET G-Code Editor. 

The company wants to demonstrate that efficiency monitoring is not just for machine shops. The company's monitoring system is designed to be able to monitor just about any type of machine, including presses and manual equipment.







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