enDAQ Community Site is Closing & Migrating its Content!
Firstly, thank you for your support and contributions over the last year and a half. It has been wonderful learning from our shock and vibration community members, and we hope we have been able to deliver some information that has helped and enabled further knowledge and discussions. The plan is to close this site, May 16, 2021.
Why We are Moving
Although we are closing down this Community site, we will be migrating all it's valuable content over to the Resources area on enDAQ.com. We are doing this so we can deliver all our helpful content in one platform, and enable us to focus our resources on content that has proven to be very beneficial to our community members such as educational blog posts, video tutorials, and webinars.
We encourage our all our valued community members to subscribe to our blog for what we hope is up-to-date, engaging and educational content. Keep an eye out for upcoming live webinars, and feel free to look at some of the webinars we have recently posted.
Of course, if you have any questions please feel free to reach out to our Customer Success team who can help answer any questions or concerns you may have - Contact Customer Success
Thank you again for your support.