SynqNet Interest Group established to promote motion applications

The new interest group is an educational resource for system and design engineers on architectural and technological advantages of motion systems.

By Plant Engineering Staff June 27, 2007

Danaher Motion has established the SynqNet Interest Group at as an educational resource for design engineers to maximize the capabilities of the SynqNet technology in their performance motion applications. Members benefit from full access to online and downloadable SynqNet articles, case studies, Flash animations, quarterly e-newsletters on the latest SynqNet news and developments, invitations to annual SynqNet meetings and direct email access to SynqNet experts. Membership is free and is open to anyone interested in learning more about SynqNet.
“The SynqNet Interest Group was established as an avenue of communication and education to help system and design engineers better understand the advantages of SynqNet system architecture and technology, and how it can help them build a better machine, faster, in performance motion control applications,” said Dean Onishi, SynqNet communications manager for Danaher Motion. Onishi said the group also aims to ensure ease-of-use and interoperability across SynqNet products for OEMs and end-users.
For more information or to become a member of the SynqNet Interest Group visit .