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Tucson's Dataforth Corp. is allowing machines to talk back

Tucson's Dataforth Corp. is allowing machines to talk back

Alona Youmagul, a surface mount technician, prepares boards for screen printing at the Dataforth manufacturing facility, 6230 S. Country Club Road. The 49-person company makes units for acquiring and controlling data, signal conditioning and data communication.

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Tucson's Dataforth Corp. is allowing machines to talk back

Tucson's Dataforth Corp. is allowing machines to talk back

The Industrial Age has merged with the Information Age on factory floors around the world, as industrial machines increasingly "talk" about their health and work with their human masters.

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Tucson's Dataforth Corp. is allowing machines to talk back

Tucson's Dataforth Corp. is allowing machines to talk back

Bill Oldham, a Dataforth technician, applies polyurethane inside of component end caps to help cushion the equipment from minute vibrations produced in industrial settings.

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