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SoulCycle Takes DMC Chicago for a Ride
Emily Shanker

SoulCycle Takes DMC Chicago for a Ride

Before the weather in Chicago becomes nice enough to do things outdoors again, DMC decided to use part of our March activity fund budget to attend a SoulCycle class. The activity fund is a monthly budget in each DMC office to plan social events. For those who may not know, SoulCycle is an intense 45-minute indoor cycling class where you ride your bike to the beat of the music. For some (read: one) of our engineers, SoulCycle is more than just an exercise class, it’s a way of life. This ...

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FactoryTalk View: Parameter Linking Bug Fix
Emily Shanker

FactoryTalk View: Parameter Linking Bug Fix

Global Objects are a great way to cut down on development time, modularize, and add repeatability to your FactoryTalk HMI project. We previously explored this topic in our blog, Rockwell FactoryTalk Studio Basics: Global Objects and Tag Substitution.  This tutorial will first walk new and experienced users alike through how to create a Global Object and utilize many of the advanced features Rockwell Automation's FactoryTalk offers. It will also demonstrate how to resolve potenti...

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Using Siemens S7-1500 PLC with High-Speed I/O: Siemens TM Timer DIDQ Modules
Emily Shanker

Using Siemens S7-1500 PLC with High-Speed I/O: Siemens TM Timer DIDQ Modules

With the release of Siemens TIA Portal V14, and even more recently V14 SP1, DMC has been able to develop larger, more complex applications within one development environment which used to require two or more development environments (ex. TIA Portal with SIMOTION SCOUT for motion control applications). While many improvements have been made recently to allow for more technically sophisticated controls systems to be developed exclusively within TIA Portal, DMC has run into some limitations. ...

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