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Good references for automation machines and mechanisms

Good references for automation machines and mechanisms

Good references for automation machines and mechanisms

Friends, I have been working during a year as automation machine designer. Until now all machines I've been desinging are bit of simple and there is almost no room for fail although I want to upgrade my skills and to be capable of design machines in level like Krone's machines. Although I am pretty sure there is a lot of kinematic studies, as wells as synchronization studies, multi-body studies and much more that even I ignore. So I would like to know if there good source(books, classes, CAE software, courses and bla bla bla) which could help me to achive my personal goals. Any suggestions?

RE: Good references for automation machines and mechanisms

Take courses on Mechatronics.
Take a training course in Robot technology and programming.
Take a course in PLC programming.

Understanding these areas will serve you better when you combine them with standard machine design education.

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