Popular mechatronics course

January 2008
DEMM: Engineering & Manufacturing;Jan2008, p36
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The article reports on new Manukau Centre for Mechatronics of the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) which is proving successful with businesses and students alike. The said centre has a training room equipped with PLCs, touch screens, variable speed drives and a selection of device and sensor bus systems. In 2008, MIT will continue to provide customised automation courses for industry.


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