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Most factory equipment is controlled through programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to automate processes in assembly lines. While devices such as conveyors, robotic devices, and vision systems typically communicate directly with a PLC using EtherNet/IP, historically, marking systems have not.  Therefore, it has been a challenge for those looking to incorporate part marking in their manufacturing process since there was no easy means of communicating with PLCs.

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  • How to integrate part marking faster without custom programming
  • How to overcome communication failures between marker and database
  • What is EtherMark
  • How EtherMark is different from other options on the market

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