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Online motor control course

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I'm looking for recommendations for online motor control course, possibly interactive. Thanks for any info, i appreciate it.
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If you're looking for something work-related, I suggest you go directly to your supplier's/manufacturer's website. If you have nagging issues at work, most suppliers are happy to do on-site visits or training.

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Here is a basic book I wrote to start with.
Automation direct offers some good basic free videos.

Grab some copies of old machine prints any chance you get. When you get good you can practice by writing a operation procedure on how to operate the machine based on what the prints say.
Another good way is to go on automation direct and download the click software and some example programs. Study the program then delete all program documentation except I/O. Then try to redocument the program on your own in your own words. Check against original to see how close you can get.
 

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Here is a basic book I wrote to start with.
Automation direct offers some good basic free videos.

Grab some copies of old machine prints any chance you get. When you get good you can practice by writing a operation procedure on how to operate the machine based on what the prints say.
Another good way is to go on automation direct and download the click software and some example programs. Study the program then delete all program documentation except I/O. Then try to redocument the program on your own in your own words. Check against original to see how close you can get.
Good book! Ty. Gave me something better to read instead of fakebook and a refresher as well.
 
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