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Hi All

I'm new to Mac's but want to do a ton of new stuff. I want to be able to control a robot assembly with it, so stepper motor/servo, angular encoders, strain gauges, etc.

So, I need to find an easy to use DAQ card and Mac OS X drivers and interface. Can anyone send me in the right direction?

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