An Overview of AFL’s Fiber Processing Software for 100-Series Machines

Feb 7, 2017
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AFL LZM FPS appThis informative webinar will cover the shaping, prototyping and data collection capabilities of AFL’s Fiber Processing Software (FPS). Whether you are in the business of advanced fiber shaping or you are producing dozens of components a day, you can advance your skills and benefit your business by learning what AFL software is capable of doing for you. Discussion will center on basic operation of AFL’s different modules, from tapering to data collection, and will include a demonstration of the company’s new visual scripting interface, SpliceScript.

Eric Basso, Software Engineer at AFLPresenter Eric Basso graduated from Clemson University in 2013 and has been working as a software engineer with AFL ever since. He develops and maintains new software for 100-series machines as well as firmware for the LZM-110. In addition to his work at AFL, he is an engineer officer in the South Carolina National Guard.

About AFL
AFL provides industry-leading solutions, products and services to the energy, service provider, enterprise and industrial markets as well as a number of emerging markets. The company manufactures, engineers and installs fiber optic products and associated equipment. AFL products and services include: fiber optic cable, transmission and substation accessories, fiber outside plant equipment, fiber inside plant equipment, connectors and accessories, fusion splicers, test and inspection equipment, and training. AFL's service portfolio includes market-leading positions with the foremost communications companies supporting central office, outside plant, wireless and enterprise applications.
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