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2/10/2011

Video: Remote Machine Monitoring

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Two mold shops describe the ways they use remote machine monitoring via video.

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Two mold shops, Superior Tooling and Eden Tool, describe the benefits they get from online viewing of their machining processes via video cameras. One shop is new to video monitoring. The video documents Eden’s installation of the camera hardware.

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