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    EPLAN Platform Version 2.4 selected Editor’s Pick of the Week by Desktop Engineering

    Desktop Engineering

    Desktop Engineering has selected EPLAN Platform 2.4 as its Editor’s Pick of the Week for September 24, 2014. EPLAN Platform 2.4 integrates the EPLAN suite of process-oriented engineering solutions for electrical and mechanical engineering design, documentation, process and project planning from EPLAN Software & Service.

    Desktop Engineering editor at large Anthony J. Lockwood explains that EPLAN is intended to help users meet the engineering challenges of the wired world across electrical engineering, automation, fluid engineering, mechatronics or complex process, production and control projects.

    According to Lockwood, the EPLAN Platform serves to integrate the applications suite by providing consistent, accurate data throughout product development and production. While the widely deployed EPLAN Electric P8 finds application in electrical project planning, documentation and management; EPLAN Harness proD is used for wire harness design, enclosure layout, preplanning of machines and plants, and the design and documentation of circuits in fluid power installations.

    Lockwood adds that the 2.4 release delivers greater engineering process efficiency, more so with its availability in a 64-bit version.

    Desktop Engineering magazine is published monthly by Level 5 Communications, an industry-leading media brand covering hardware and software engineering solutions for the manufacturing, medical, automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, process, and other industries. Desktop Engineering’s website, deskeng.com, is a valuable resource updated regularly with breaking news from the global engineering, design, and manufacturing industries.

    Managing editor Jamie Gooch comments that Desktop Engineering covers MCAD, simulation and analysis, reverse engineering, and rapid technologies for design engineers and engineering management, focussing on computer technologies that enable 3D modelling and simulation.

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