2011 MC2 Webinar Lab File Download?

Posted By cjohnson 11/21/2012 5:28:36 AM
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I have spent some time on the Getting-Started/Developers/ page of MTConnect.org. The amount of information in the 3 webinars from the 2011 MC2 conference is excellent. I have downloaded much of the available source code from GitHub, but I can't seem to find the demo files (lab materials) refered to in the webinar presentations. Is there a location where I can download the demo material? It would be very helpful to be able to follow along with the Visual Studio files as I am beginning to write my own adapters.

Thank you in advance.

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 Posted 11/27/2012 6:59:08 AM
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The code for the C++ adapter tools is located in http://github.com/mtconnect/adapter . There are many examples in the directories for many different flavors of controls and sensors. If you have some ideas on how to clean it up, I would be interested. I am thinking of separating the project into a core library and then have each of the controller and sensor type live in their own repo. Was worried about repo overload, but that may be less of a problem than I imagine.

The fanuc adapter is pretty complete and the fake adapter gives a very simple intro. The delphi adapter shows how to embed the library in other languages and the modbus adapter is a very configurable adapter for speaking to sensors and modbus devices. We also have some examples in other languages.

Tell me what you're trying to do and maybe as part of your effort I can drive some cleanup of the existing source that will help others as well.

Best Regards,
Will Sobel

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