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On-Demand Webinar: Transform How You Wire Your Control Cabinet to Reduce Costs, Improve Reliability

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Point-to-point wiring inside the control cabinet is a time-intensive and complex practice. Dramatic efficiencies can be found by eliminating the time needed to cut, strip, mark, bundle and check numerous individual wires. This webinar will identify ways to automate, simplify and expedite connecting control panel components to establish a new level of efficiency, accuracy and reliability.

A Q&A session moderated by David Greenfield will follow the live webinar. 

Speakers:

Richard Chung, Product Manager, Lean Automation, Eaton
Richard Chung is a product manager for Lean Automation at Eaton. He has 30 years of experience with control and automation solutions that spans manufacturing operations, engineering applications and design, sales training, product marketing and business development.       

David Greenfield, Director, Media & Events, Automation World

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COMPANIES IN THIS ARTICLE: Eaton

 

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