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Any PLC Controller programmers here?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by hazard_mkd, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. hazard_mkd

    hazard_mkd Junior Member

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    Im a mechanical engineer, and im currently programing a big automatic system (like the ones in "How it's Made").. and im mindfucked.

    if you have any idea how hard it is, you'll know my destiny for the next hours.

    just that.. i wanted to share this :)
     
  2. hazard_mkd

    hazard_mkd Junior Member

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    lol.. its the best part! :)

    it almost never works the first time tho :p

    btw. i finished my project... now lets watch football..
     
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    kleg Registered Member

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    I work in the field. Not as an engineer but as a repair tech. Why would a mechanical engineer have to program plc's when there should be electrical engineers for that? Is it AB?
     
  4. hazard_mkd

    hazard_mkd Junior Member

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    cuz an engineer would understand how the process works.. The programming is not that complicated.. u just have inputs from proximity sensors, etc.. and outputs that go to the coils in the distributors.. u can automate the process using only pneumatic components, but that's old tech..

    im in automatics and fluid engineering btw..

    (ab = ?? )