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Example projects

At ReadyDAQ we are ready to build and customize our software for any project that you are working on. 
Some sample projects include: 

Developing a Product Lifetime Setup for an Aesthetic Device

Computerized control and command software setup utilizing LabVIEW

Medical Device Prototyping

Computerized control and command software setup utilizing LabVIEW

Developing a Prototype to Operate a Carbon Fiber Based Heater

Computerized control and command software setup utilizing LabVIEW

Developing a Heat Engine for a Prototype

Computerized control and command software setup utilizing LabVIEW

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