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    The Lee Company
    Testing stations at The Lee Company in the 1960s

    How 75 Years of Innovation Have Shaped Hydraulics and Pneumatics

    Nov. 21, 2023
    Members of the fluid power industry provide their insight on the technological innovations which have occurred in hydraulics and pneumatics as well as those yet to come.
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    Hydraulic cylinders and hoses on heavy machinery

    Positive Outlook for Fluid Power Despite Electronics Making Inroads

    Nov. 20, 2023
    As more electric options come into play and an economic slowdown is expected, positive sentiments remain for the hydraulics and pneumatics industry.
    Demonstration of wireless technology allowing communication in industrial pneumatics

    Compressed Air: Smart Point-of-Use Systems Bring Energy and Cost Savings

    Nov. 20, 2023
    The addition of digitalization to point-of-use air management units enable energy and cost savings to be achieved in pneumatic systems.
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    Engineers collaborating on design project

    Engineering Remains Viable and Important Career Path

    Nov. 8, 2023
    The engineering community remains positive about the continued need for engineers as technologies evolve.
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    Hydraulic components on heavy machinery

    What do the Next 75 Years Have in Store for Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems?

    Oct. 25, 2023
    Several industry trends are bringing new design needs, and thus opportunities, to the fluid power sector.

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    Bosch Rexroth
    Training stations will provide hands-on learning opportunities at the new Bosch Rexroth Hydraulics Training Center.

    Bosch Rexroth Opens Hydraulics Training Center

    Oct. 10, 2023
    The training center will provide classroom and hands-on learning opportunities to help train current and future hydraulics engineers.
    Leif Bruhn, head of Digital Displacement at Danfoss Power Solutions, discusses how the technologies used in the Dextreme Max system help to improve hydraulic system efficiency.

    Q&A: Improved Hydraulic System Design Enables Efficiency Gains

    Sept. 19, 2023
    Leif Bruhn of Danfoss Power Solutions discusses the technology behind the Dextreme Max system for excavators and how it can improve the efficiency of hydraulic systems.
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    Technology developments in the field of tribology are being driven by six key industry trends.
    Hydraulic Fluids

    Sustainability Emerging as Key Trend for Tribology Industry

    Aug. 2, 2023
    The 2023 STLE emerging trends report points to sustainability gaining ground as a key driver for development efforts in the field of tribology.