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Old November 10th, 2005, 07:25 AM   #1
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Need manual for Max Control (Creonics)

Hi! I'm looking for a Max Control (Allen Bradley or Creonics MAX-A0G4-BR-FP 4 axis motion controller) user's manual and programming reference. Does that exist in a .pdf format? Can't seem to find a hardcopy anywhere in the plant.

EDIT: I'm still searching through ab.com, but no luck so far.

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Paul C.

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