Next week, we’ll be holding the Fluid Power Technology Conference at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, and I hope you’ll consider joining us! This will be the third iteration of this event, and we’re more excited than ever about our program. With great speakers covering the latest in fluid power components, system level design, maintenance and troubleshooting, you’ll undoubtedly learn something new.
Beyond that, we’ll have talks that focus on higher level subjects, from how we can get more women involved in fluid power to what role the government can effectively play in promoting manufacturing. And we’ll even talk robotics, to see where this technology is headed, and how fluid power can play a role.
The event will again be held in beautiful downtown Milwaukee—one of my favorite cities—at the MSOE’s lovely Kern Center. The FPTC offers dedicated programming for the fluid power community featuring keynote addresses, industry panels, technical breakout sessions, and pre-conference workshops. Coupled with a hands-on technology exhibition, the program offers a premier opportunity for participants to come together to share perspectives and learn from industry leaders.
I do hope you’ll join us next week … register today at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fluid-power-technology-conference-2018-registration-43710873399. Look forward to meeting you—and learning with you—then!
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