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The term “outreach” isn’t typically associated with our professional lives. When I think of outreach, I think of church or a volunteer organization. There are plenty of opportunities and organizations to choose from; just throw a stone in any direction and you’ll hit a target. As a member of IFPS’s Chapter 49 & 50 in my seventh year, I’m proud to have been a part of outreach in a way I never imagined as a fluid power professional. If your chapter is looking for ways to benefit your local community, you’re in luck, as our chapter has done this for years. This is how it started. If you’ve ever been to a local chapter meeting, chances are you’ve met a fluid power vendor (or are one) and that vendor’s (or your – eek!) competitor. That can be a Scott Gower, CFPS tricky scenario to navigate for everyone involved. IFPS Chapter 49 & 50 – Our solution to that issue came in the form of a high Treasurer, Past President school student. Our chapter treasurer, Ryan Remmers, (sgower@gulfcontrols.com) had a son who was involved in FIRST, a robotics competition. The goal at the high school level is to build a robot within certain specifications and pilot it remotely, coordinating tasks with other teams while trying to outscore opponents. I highly recommend checking out www.usfirst.org for ways to volunteer anywhere in the world. The budget for a team’s competition season can be as much as $20,000 or more. Teams fundraise with activities such as car washes and bake sales. As we were discussing upcoming chapter meeting topics, Ryan suggested the chapter donate funds to local FIRST teams that were in need. This was terrific, as it instantly hit several points for a chapter’s existence:

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Bailey Expands Distribution Network ‰ In July 2013, Bailey International LLC, a mobile hydraulic product manufacturer and wholesale distributor in Knoxville, Tenn., expanded its distribution network west to support the growing number of western mobile hydraulic equipment manufacturers, distributors, and repair shops. Utilizing a third-party logistics provider (3PL), Bailey can now provide cost savings to over 4,000 current western customers and over 25,000 potential customers. More than 1,500 skus are available for purchase from the company’s Reno location. www.baileynet.com

Moog Awarded Contract for Flight Control System

Ë Moog Inc.’s Aircraft Group was selected by Embraer S.A. to supply the primary flight control system for Embraer’s second-generation E-Jet family. Under the contract, Moog will provide design, qualification, and certification support for a three-axis integrated primary flight control system including proprietary flight control computers and software, flight control actuators, and related control electronics. Provisionally outlined with 78 to 122 seats, the new aircraft will succeed the current E-170 and E-190 lines and is scheduled to enter service in 2018. The new family will be reconfigured with an all-new wing, full fly-by-wire flight control systems, and extended main landing gear to provide more clearance for new, higher bypass engines. www.moog.com

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HAWE Hydraulics Merges With Pacific Fluid Systems ‰ HAWE Hydraulics, Inc., Charlotte, N.C., the North American subsidiary of HAWE Hydraulik, SE, Munich, Germany, is strengthening its North American presence through the acquisition of Pacific Fluid Systems (PFS), Portland, Ore. The merger was effective in April 2013 and helps grow HAWE’s market share in the U.S. and Canada. PFS is now doing business under the name HAWE North America, Inc. www.hawehydraulics.com

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newly constructed 60,000 square-foot facility. According to Paul Johnson, president, the move allows the company to have all processes under one roof and puts it in a position to grow with existing customers and take on new business opportunities. The new address, which is 12 miles north of the old Blaine location, is 18800 Ulysses St. N.E., P.O. Box 187, Cedar, MN 55011. All calls should be directed to (toll free) 866406-4100. www.aggressivehydraulics.com

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September 3-5

3-day Hydraulic Fittings, Tube, Pipe, Hose, and Leak Prevention Cincinnati, OH CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Vacuum Technology Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/ training

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Introduction to Hydraulics Milwaukee, WI MSOE Tel: 414-277-7217 www.msoe.edu

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Principles of Hydraulics Bethlehem, PA Bosch Rexroth Corp. Tel: 610-694-8407 www.boschrexroth-us.com

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Maintenance and Technology Maumee, OH Eaton Corp. Hydraulics Training Tel: 800-413-8809 www.eaton.com

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Principles of Hydraulics Ontario, Canada Bosch Rexroth Canada Tel: 905-735-0510 www.boschrexroth.ca

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Energy Saving for Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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Webinar: Vacuum Technology SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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Mechanic and Technician Job Performance Review with Job Performance Test Orlando, FL IFPS Chapter 49/50 Tel: 800-308-6005 www.ifps.org

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Webinar: “Task and Outcome – Industrial Hydraulic Technician” 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST Presented by Stephen West, CFPAI, Ivy Technical Community College Contact: IFPS Tel: 800-308-6005 www.ifps.org

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Basic Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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4-day IFPS Electronic Controls Review with Testing Cincinnati, OH CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Pumps and Controls for Open and Closed Loop Systems Bethlehem, PA Bosch Rexroth Corp. Tel: 610-694-8407 www.boschrexroth-us.com

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Principles of Hydraulics Alberta, Canada Bosch Rexroth Canada Tel: 905-735-0510 www.boschrexroth.ca

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Electro-Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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Troubleshooting Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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Maintenance, Repair, and Setup of Industrial Hydraulic Systems Bethlehem, PA Bosch Rexroth Corp. Tel: 610-694-8407 www.boschrexroth-us.com

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Maintenance, Repair, and Setup of Industrial Hydraulic Systems Ontario, Canada Bosch Rexroth Canada Tel: 905-735-0510 www.boschrexroth.ca

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IFPS 2013 Annual Meeting Adam’s Park Hotel, Buffalo, NY Tel: 800-305-6005 www.ifps.org

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2-day Intro to Industrial Fluid Power Concepts and Components Cincinnati, OH CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Principles of Hydraulics British Columbia, Canada Bosch Rexroth Canada Tel: 905-735-0510 www.boschrexroth.ca

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Circuit Design Maumee, OH Eaton Corp. Hydraulics Training Tel: 800-413-8809 www.eaton.com

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ONLINE: IFPS Pneumatic Specialist CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Webinar: Troubleshooting SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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Basic Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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2-day Intro to Mobile Fluid Power Concepts and Components Cincinnati, OH CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Pump Controls Maumee, OH Eaton Corp. Hydraulics Training Tel: 800-413-8809 www.eaton.com

IFPS Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic Review with JP and written test Cincinnati, OH CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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ONLINE: IFPS Hydraulic Specialist CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic Review with Job Performance Test CFC-Solar Inc. Fairfield, OH Contact IFPS Tel: 800-308-6005 www.ifps.org

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Hydraulic Systems Modeling and Simulation for Application Engineers Milwaukee, WI MSOE Tel: 414-277-7217 www.msoe.edu

Fundamentals and Servicing of Proportional Valves Bethlehem, PA Bosch Rexroth Corp. Tel: 610-694-8407 www.boschrexroth-us.com

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Electro-Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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3-day Troubleshooting using Industrial Hydraulic Schematics Cincinnati, OH CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Webinar: “Beat the Leak: Best Practice Approach to Becoming Connector and Conductor Certified” 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST Presented by Gwyn O’Kane, CFPAI/AJPPCC, PIRTEK USA Contact IFPS: 800-308-6005 www.ifps.org

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Troubleshooting Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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2-day Troubleshooting Mobile Hydraulic Systems Cincinnati, OH CFC-Solar, Inc. Tel: 513-874-3225 www.cfc-solar.com

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Maintenance, Repair, and Setup of Industrial Hydraulic Systems Alberta, Canada Bosch Rexroth Canada Tel: 905-735-0510 www.boschrexroth.ca

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Sizing Pneumatics Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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Vacuum Technology Noblesville, IL SMC Corp. of America Tel: 800-762-7621 www.smcusa.com/training

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SEO refers to anything Internet-related that is based on organic results. In other words, it’s when someone goes to his or her favorite search engine and types in a keyword or phrase related to what you offer and your company or product appears naturally in the results. Making sure your information is visible in the search is important and plays a huge role in the art of communicating with your customers without selling them. It’s about creating fresh, relevant, and unique content through your blog and social media that reaches your ideal customers and enables you to earn a presence in the SEO space.

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For any business, content marketing is one of the most important online activities to enhance SEO ranking. Unfortunately, many are not fully utilizing it because they lack an understanding of the concept, impact, and necessity of content marketing. As a result, companies frequently get stuck in the old way of doing SEO, which entailed writing keyword-heavy content tailored for search engines, versus the new way of doing SEO, which is writing engaging content for the readers. It’s about focusing on user intent, which takes a little more time but yields great results.

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Solution: Here we have 100 lbs. of pull on this roll of paper. Looking at the design, we have a 2:1 mechanical disadvantage on the end of the arm that equals a force of 200 lbs. The arm has a 3:1 mechanical disadvantage. That is equal to a 6:1 disadvantage. Step ONE: Force x force distance = effort x effort distance. That is 200 lbs. x 9" = 3 x load on the cylinder. Two hundred x 9 / 3 = 600 lbs. on the cylinder. Step TWO: Now use F = PA where the force is 600 lbs. and the pressure is 115 psi. Six hundred / 115 = 5.2 square inches needed for the cylinder. Step THREE: Because we are pulling on the rod end of the cylinder, we will need to find the effective rod end area. The rod is 1 ½". Area equals 1.5² x 0.7854 = 1.767. Now we need to add the area of the cylinder and the area of the rod together to find the area of the piston. 5.2 + 1.767 = 6.98 in². Step FOUR: Working backwards with A = D² x 0.7854 is 6.98 / 0.7854 = 8.89 and now we take the √ (square root) to find D and that equals 2.98 diameter. We will round that up to a standard 3-inch cylinder. Note: The “Lightning Reference” 8th edition on page 136 will show standard size cylinders. Go down the area column and look for the closes area equal to 5.2 or slightly greater. Be sure you are using the pull and not the push of any cylinder. Three inch cylinder with 1.5" rod, you will see the area is 5.3 sq. in. – that is just slightly greater that the 5.2 sq. in. that we need. With this design, one inch of movement on the cylinder will take up six inches of slack in the roll of paper.

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Two compressed air systems in Standard Aero’s CF-34 engine overhaul and test facility at its Winnipeg aerospace complex were installed that have virtually eliminated the high operating costs of typical compressed air systems during facility start-up and is now saving nearly $46,000 per year. Design elements included the installation of a variable-speed drive compressor; energy-efficient dryers, filters, and drains; and large high-pressure air storage with off-peak recovery. In the initial planning stages, facility engineers were faced with a dilemma. The new facility needed a large compressed air system that could supply high production consumption in the future, however the initial facility air consumption as output ramped up over a number of years would be low, requiring a smaller system. A separate air system was also needed to supply a very large, but short duration, air demand during engine testing of CF-34 jet engines. The engineers knew that installing two oversized systems would significantly increase initial operating costs, but they needed to be sure the system had enough reserve capacity to handle all possible conditions. Previous practice was to produce compressed air using compressors running in modulating mode and then drying the air using fixed-cycle desiccant dryers. In modulating mode, a typical compressor consumes no less than 70% of its full load power even though it may only be producing a small fraction of its full capacity. Fixed-cycle desiccant dryers consume a constant supply of compressed air, about 15% of the rated dryer output capacity, to regenerate the internal desiccant beads that strip the moisture from the compressed air. The company installed a variable-speed drive compressor, rather than a modulating compressor, to supply the air needed for process machinery and tools in the facility. VSD compressors have excellent turndown characteristics, which means a compressor sized larger for high future loads can be installed initially but without paying the penalty of high operating costs.


One of two massive 10,000-gallon air storage tanks for the engine test air system. The compressor runs only at night, storing air in the tanks during low facility demand without racking up excessive demand charges.

Since specialized facility processes require air to be supplied at -40 degree dewpoint, a desiccant dryer was installed, but with an energy management control option. The control constantly monitors the dewpoint of the dryer output and turns off the dryer purge air until the internal desiccant beads are fully saturated with moisture. This significantly reduces air consumption, especially when facility airflows are much lower than the dryer rating or when compressed air moisture content is lower than normal. Dual dryer inlet filters were also installed to reduce the pressure drop normally associated with coalescing filters by 75%. Standard Aero chose to install a large 3,800-gallon storage receiver to stabilize facility air pressure and minimize the number of compressor starts. A pressure/flow controller was installed to maintain a constant regulated air pressure in the facility to protect critical processes and to reduce the artificial demand caused by higher-than-required facility air pressures. A second compressed air system was required to supply air required to get the CF-34 jet engines the facility overhauls up to speed before they can be fired with fuel for testing. This application requires a very high flow of air but for a short durationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;only two or three times per day. One way to supply this air is to produce it all using a large air compressor, however if this were done, a 250-hp unit would be required. Rather than purchasing a large compressor, the engineers designed a system to store air produced by a smaller 75-hp compressor in two large 10,000-gallon storage receivers at 160 psi. This volume of storage was carefully sized to supply all of the engine test needs throughout a worst-case scenario engine test without needing to run the installed 75-hp, 160-psi air compressor during the day. The unit is scheduled to run at night during off-shift, thereby avoiding high electrical demand charges. The use of a thermal mass refrigerated dryer rather than a fixed-cycle desiccant dryer saves significant operating costs because the air compressor does not need to constantly run to feed dryer purge. The system was measured and verified a few months after initial start-up and has resulted in an 86% savings over the base case worth of $45,880 per year. With local utility financial incentives applied, the simple payback for the project calculates to under 1.5 years. This project is an example of the high savings that are available by applying the principles contained in Compressed Air Challengeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best Practices for Compressed Air Systems Manual available at www. compressedairchallenge.org. Circle 117

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IFPS 2013 Annual Meeting

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Register by visiting www.ifps.org. Join the IFPS from September 24 - 28, 2013 for the 2013 Annual Meeting at the Adam’s Mark Hotel-Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y. The Annual Meeting provides a great way to network with professionals in the fluid power and motion control industry. In addition to committee and board meetings, four optional tours are planned throughout the week. A technical workshop will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2013. Participation in this workshop contributes towards re-accreditation requirements.

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Registration Fee Registration must be received by September 3, 2013. (After September 2, a $25 late fee will be applied.) • Delegate: $200.00 (includes reception, business meetings, and annual dinner) • Spouse: $150.00 (includes reception and annual dinner) • Technical Workshop: $150.00 (includes lunch) • Optional Tours: 99 Industry Tour of Moog Inc. / Tuesday, September 24, 2013 / Cost: $20.00 per person 99 Evening Fun at the Famous Anchor Bar / Tuesday, September 24, 2013 / Cost: $20.00 per person – transportation only, food and drink on your own 99 Niagara Falls Excursion / Wednesday, September 25, 2013 / Cost: $99.00 per person – includes all transportation, admissions, and dinner 99 Buffalo Trolley Tour / Friday, September 27, 2013 / Cost: $39.00 per person and includes Technical Workshop box lunch

Hotel Reservations A discount hotel rate of $119.00 + tax /night has been secured for all IFPS members attending the meeting. In order to take advantage of the discounted rate, hotel reservations must be made by August 30, 2013. Reservations can be made by calling the Adam’s Mark Hotel-Buffalo at 716-845-5100. (Be sure to mention group name – International Fluid Power Society – to secure the group discount.) The Adam’s Mark Hotel-Buffalo is 15 minutes from the Buffalo airport. Taxis are approximately $25 each way. Shared shuttle is $18 each way. You may visit www.buffaloairport.com/Ground/Shuttle.aspx for further information.

Saturday, September 28, 2013 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (lunch included) Registration: $150.00

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‰ CFPIHT Certified Fluid Power Industrial Hydraulic Technician

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“Directional Controls in Fluid Power”

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Presented by, George Day, CFPAI, CFC-Solar, Inc. • Directional valves compared to proportional valves • Signal and feedback requirements • Open-loop and closed-loop control • Closed inner-loop control • Feedback devices and their uses

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Tuesday, September 24 Industry Tour to Moog Inc. - Moog Inc. is a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and integrator of precision motion control products and systems. Moog’s high-performance systems control military and commercial aircraft, satellites and space vehicles, launch vehicles, missiles, industrial machinery, wind energy, marine applications, and medical equipment.  

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Wednesday, September 25 Niagara Falls Excursion Take in the beauty of Niagara Falls State Park including Maid of the Mist and Cave of the Winds admissions. This six-hour excursion will include transportation, an experienced tour guide to give all the highlights and wonders of the oldest state park in the U.S., and dinner at the Top of the Falls restaurant with a view of the nightly illumination of Niagara Falls.

Friday, September 27 Buffalo Trolley Tour Hop aboard a trolley to tour Buffalo, which will include visits to many historical and cultural sites such as the Buffalo waterfront, Naval Park, downtown area including Ellicott Square building, Guarantee Building, City Hall, and more.

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‰ CFPMMH Certified Fluid Power Master of Mobile Hydraulics (Must Obtain CFPMHM, CFPMHT, & CFPCC)

‰ CFPMIP Certified Fluid Power Master of Industrial Pneumatics (Must Obtain CFPPM, CFPPT, & CFPCC)

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2013 Fluid Power Systems Conference November 19-21, 2013 • Doubletree Hotel, Rosemont, IL Hosted by the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS), the FPDA Motion and Control Network (FPDA), and the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA)

Reliable and Efficient Hydraulics and Pneumatics for Today and Tomorrow Fluid power (hydraulics and pneumatics) is used in dozens of industries and hundreds of applications to precisely control the movement of machinery and material. Yet many engineers and technicians working in those industries do not fully understand the design concepts critical to developing efficient fluid power systems and the diagnostic and maintenance techniques essential to keeping those systems operating at peak efficiency. These concepts and techniques can result in significant energy and cost savings for companies that use hydraulics or pneumatics, as well as for the customers they serve, making fluid power a more competitive technology choice. To help companies take advantage of these opportunities, three leading fluid power organizations— the International Fluid Power Society, the FPDA Motion and Control Network, and the National Fluid Power Association—will be hosting an educational conference at the Doubletree Hotel in Rosemont, IL on November 19-21, 2013. Professionals responsible for designing and/or maintaining hydraulic and pneumatic systems in industrial settings or mobile applications should plan to attend.

The conference will offer: ● Design workshops to communicate why energy efficiency and reliability are increasingly a concern of machine builders and the role of fluid power in meeting those needs and balancing cost issues; ●

Hands-on instruction into practical maintenance techniques from fluid power component manufacturers, distributors, and system integrators;

Facilitated roundtable discussions, where peers can share specific challenges associated with their industry and applications, learn about fluid power standards, best practices in building efficient and reliable fluid power systems, and the future of fluid power;

Networking events, including the Innovation Showcase, to help participating engineers and technicians engage with technology providers from fluid power manufacturing and distribution companies to learn the newest, cutting edge developments in energy efficient and reliable developments in hydraulics and pneumatics.

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August 22, 2013 “Task and Outcome – Pneumatic Specialist” 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Eastern Presented by: Ernie Parker, CFPAI, Hennepin Technical College Two PS certification pre-test outcomes will be covered: 1. Outcome 24 computes the CFM of air flow to power an air cylinder 2. Outcome 26 calculates the SCFM of air flow to power a single rod cylinder with extension and retraction forces and cylinder times specified

September 13, 2013 “Task and Outcome - Industrial Hydraulic Technician” 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Eastern Presented by: Stephen West, CFPAI, Ivy Technical Community College

October 17, 2013 “Beat the Leak: Best Practice Approach to Becoming Connector and Conductor Certified” 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Eastern Presented by: Gwyn O’Kane, CFPAI/AJPPCC, Pirtek USA The IFPS Connector and Conductor (C&C) certification defines professional standards for those involved in the construction, installation, and maintenance of fluid power systems. Learn the best approach for becoming a CFPCC professional. Topics covered: • Overview of C&C certification • Introduction to the study manual • Recommendations on preparing for the tests • Value of becoming C&C certified

November 7, 2013 “Task and Outcome - Pneumatic Specialist” 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Presented by: Bill Hotchiss, CFPAI, SunSource

December 4, 2013 “Slip-In Cartridge Valves” 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Eastern Presented by: Jim Lane, CFPAI, Motion Industries, Inc. Poppet-type, commonly called Slip-In or DIN,

valves has been used in hydraulic systems for many years. They are commonly known as two-port check valves. In this form, they serve as a one-way valve, allowing free flow in one direction while blocking flow in the reverse direction. With some refinements, these valves can be controlled to overcome the normal blocking action, thereby allowing control of flow in both directions. This is the basis of the control concept known as “cartridge valves.” This Web seminar will discuss the sizing and applications of directional, pressure, and flow control slip-in cartridge valves. It will also discuss the manifolds required when applying these components in a modern industrial or mobile hydraulic system.

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Archived Energy-Saving Web Seminars “Watts It All About? The Use and Misuse of Energy in Fluid Power Systems" “Energy Savings in Pneumatic Systems” “Designing and Building a Machine for Energy Conservation” Archived Hydraulics Web Seminars "Accumulators in Hydraulic Systems" "Pumps, Controls and Where To Set The Relief" "Hydro-Mechanical vs. Electro-Hydraulic Solutions" "Load-Sensing Valves in Mobile Hydraulic Systems" "Hydraulic Pump Modeling for Application Engineers" "What Is The Difference Between PSIA and PSIG?" "Controller Area Network (CANBUS) For Electro-hydraulic Systems" Archived Pneumatics Web Seminars "Vacuum Basic Concepts" "Pneumatic Filtration" Archived System Design Web Seminars “Rules of Thumb - Thumbs Down” Archived Safety “In the Line of Fire: Cause and Dangers of Fluid Injection Injuries” – Available to public Archived Task and Outcome Web Seminars "Hydraulic Specialist" Other "Advantages of IFPS Chapter Involvement"

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IFPS Calendar Meetings and Conferences

Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic (MHM) Review w/ Job Performance Test Review and testing offered through CFC-Solar, Inc. Fairfield, OH October 14-17, 2013

Electronic Controls Specialist (ECS) Review and testing offered through CFC-Solar, Inc. Fairfield, OH / September 16-19, 2013

IFPE 2014 Annual Meeting January 28 – February 1, 2014 Orlando, FL

Hydraulic Specialist (HS) Certification Review Distance Learning Review Sessions offered through CFC-Solar, Inc. October classes available.

IFPE 2014 March 4-8, 2014 Las Vegas, NV

Review and testing offered through CFC-Solar, Inc. Fairfield, OH / December 2-3, 2013

Job Performance Review With Job Performance Test (Mechanic & Technician) Review and testing offered through IFPS Chapter 49/50, Orlando, FL Review: September 12-13, 2013 Job Performance Test: September 14, 2013 E-mail: florida49er@ifps.org

IFPS 2013 Annual Meeting September 24 - 28, 2013 Adam’s Mark Hotel, Buffalo, NY Fluid Power Systems Conference November 19-21, 2013 Doubletree Hotel, Rosemont, IL

IFPS 2014 Annual Meeting September 24-27, 2014 Charleston, SC

Certification Review Training Connector and Conductor Review and testing offered through Pirtek USA / Rockledge, FL November 5-7, 2013 January 14-16, 2014

Review and testing offered through Eaton Corp. November 19-21, 2013 / Eden Prairie, MN Pneumatic Specialist (PS) Certification Review Distance Learning Review Sessions offered through CFC-Solar, Inc. Fall 2013 classes available.

Web Seminars August 22, 2013 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Eastern “Task and Outcome – Pneumatic Specialist Double Header” Presented by: Ernie Parker, CFPAI, Hennepin Technical College

September 13, 2013 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Eastern “Task and Outcome - Industrial Hydraulic Technician” Presented by: Stephen West, CFPAI, Ivy Technical Community College October 17, 2013 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Eastern “Beat the Leak: Best Practice Approach to Becoming Connector and Conductor Certified” Presented by: Gwyn O’Kane, CFPAI/AJPPCC, Pirtek USA November 7, 2013 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Eastern “Task and Outcome - Pneumatic Specialist” Presented by: Bill Hotchiss, CFPAI, SunSource December 4, 2013 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Eastern “Slip-In Cartridge Valves” Presented by: Jim Lane, CFPAI, Motion Industries, Inc.

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IFPS Newly Certified Professionals Mohamed Abdelgayed, HS, JLG Industries

Lee Hagelbarger, HS Comatrol/Sauer Danfoss

Justin Schell, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Joel Spurbeck, MHM Grant County PUD

Grahm Talbitzer, HS Eaton Corporation

Ryan Winger, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Ronald Akers II, HS Eaton Corporation

Jason Hamrick, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Edward Schmidt, IV, MHM Ameren Corporation

Todd Allison, HS Eaton Corporation

Steven Hansen, MHM Tacoma Public Utilities

Justin Simonson, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Greg Starr, MHM City of Tacoma/Public Utilities

Glenn Taylor, MHM Bonneville Power Administration

Ryan Wright, MHM Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.

Spencer Hart, HS

Gregory Sincek, HS Motion Industries

Chad Sutterer, HS Eaton Corporation

Jeremy Wilkins, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Ning Zhuang, HS

Steve Andrews, MHM Ameren Corporation Robert Arnett, Jr., MHM Altec Industries, Inc. Dick Baergen, MHM Avista Corporation Tyler Bain, HS Eaton Corporation Harold Baldwin, MHM Tacoma Public Utilities Tim Bauer, MHM Ameren Corporation Joe Bouldin, MHM Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. Albert Cantrell, Jr., MHM Ameren Corporation Ronald Christian, MHM Ameren Corporation

Claude Heath, PS Andrew Hedrick, MHM Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.

Nick Hezel, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Martin Kempf, HS Oshkosh Defense Brian Kenoyer, HS JLG Industries Alan Kirkpatrick, IHT G. E. Ohio Lamp M. Kumar, HS

Brian Clark, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Michael Lang, MHM Ameren Corporation

Gary Clifton, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Andrew Marougy, HS Eaton Corporation

Johnathan Clugston, MHM Ameren Corporation

Robert Marty, MHM Tacoma Public Utilities

Michael Collins, MHM Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.

Bradley Mayberry, MHM Ameren Corporation

Samuel Cunningham, MHM Altec Industries, Inc. Joshua Davis, MHM Morgantown Machine & Hydraulics of WV Brandon DeCook, CC The Boeing Company Justin Delk, PS David Estell, MHM Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. David Firsdon, CC The Boeing Company Christopher Geare, MHM Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. Charles Gibson, HS Western Integrated Technolgoies Jeffrey Graupmann, HS Eaton - Hydraulics Group Brian Green, HS JLG Industries, Inc.

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‰ people in the news

Michael Caliebe

John Perone

James Burke

Alfredo D’Souza

Bobby Thompson

Brennan Industries Michael Caliebe has been named general manager of the company’s Ohio distribution center. He joined the company in 2000 as a regional sales manager and in 2007 was promoted to operations manager at the Ohio distribution center prior to becoming general manager. He has more than 20 years of experience in the hydraulic, pneumatic, and construction equipment industries.

Brennan Industries John Perone was named general manager of the company’s California distribution center. He joined the company in 2011 as operations manager for the California distribution center and has more than 25 years of sales, marketing, and distribution experience. In addition, Nick Longo was named general manager of the company’s Washington distribution center.

BLACOH James Burke has been named director of engineering. A mechanical engineer with experience in industrial equipment design and manufacturing, Mr. Burke is responsible for new product development and process innovations. He is based at the company’s U.S. headquarters in Riverside, Calif.

BLACOH Alfredo D’Souza has been named business development manager for the company’s new sales regions serving Canada, the Middle East, and India. He has worked for RathGibson, Fakhro Electronics, and Glenmark Pharmaceutical. Mr. D’Souza is based in Ontario, Canada.

Thompson Pump Bobby Thompson has been named Branch Manager of the Year. He is the manager of the company’s location in Panama City, Fla., and was recently promoted to territory manager, which extends from Mobile, Ala., to Tallahassee, Fla., and includes southwestern Georgia and portions of southern Alabama. Mr. Thompson is a 10-year veteran of the industry.

To submit promotions, announcements, & changes with professionals, e-mail us at people@fluidpowerjournal.com

QualIty HIgH-Performance cost-effectIve Zinga Industries is a leading manufacturer of mobile hydraulic oil filters, tank accessories, and hydraulic manifolds. Located in Reedsburg, Wisconsin, the 110,000 square foot facility offers aluminum die-casting, product design, and numerous filtrationmachining operations. Zinga Industries is an ISO 9001:2008 registered company, assuring consistent quality products to the myriad of mobile hydraulics customers worldwide. From low-pressure, medium-pressure, to high-pressure filters, Zinga Industries has products to meet and exceed your hydraulic filtration requirements.

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Member Favorites Return to 2013 NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference Speaker Lineup August 12-14, 2013 • Westin Chicago North Shore, Wheeling, IL

This year’s Industry and Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC) schedule is packed with an outstanding lineup of industry experts. IEOC favorites Alan Beaulieu, Eli Lustgarten, and John Walker return with engaging presentations. There are also some exciting new additions this year. Conference Highlights Economics • Global Economics – An American Perspective, Alan Beaulieu, Institute for Trend Research (ITR) • Global Economics – A European Perspective, John Walker, Oxford Economics Market Forecasts • Fluid Power Industry Forecast, Ryan Reed, Parker Hannifin • Fluid Power Customer Markets Overview – Eli Lustgarten, ESL Consultants • Construction Machinery Forecast – David Phillips, Off-Highway Research • Agricultural Machinery Forecast – Dan Manternach, Doane Advisory Services • Heavy Truck Market Forecast – Eric Starks, FTR Associates • Industrial Markets Overview – Don Norman, MAPI, Inc. • Material Handling & Metalworking Market Forecast – Ken Kremar, Global Insight Technology • Future Technology Trends: Packaging Industry – Donna Ritson, DDR Communications • Future Technology Trends: Oil & Gas Industry – AMG Research Networking • 6th Annual NFPA Education and Technology Foundation Invitational Golf Tournament • IEOC Welcome Reception at Chevy Chase Country Club • Power of Association Reception and Dinner IEOC Speakers Forum All questions will be answered at the IEOC Speakers Forum!  Join IEOC’s most popular speakers for an interactive session to close out the first day’s program. Visit http://www.theieoc.com/events/featured-ieoc-2013-speakers to learn more about each of the speakers.

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Clean Dry Air Improves Performance... Clean, Dry Compressed Air Starts with The Extractor/Dryer® Manufactured by LA-MAn Corporation • Point of Use Compressed Air Filter to Improve and Extend Equipment Life • Removes Moisture and Contaminates to a 5-Micron Rating: Lower Micron Ratings are Available • Models with Flow Ranges of 15 SCFM to 500 SCFM Rated Up To 250psi are Standard • Differential Pressure Gauge Built in • Mounting Hardware Included for Easy Installation • Weep Drain is Standard; Float Drain or Electronic Drain Valves Optional

‰ More than 25 NFPA member companies located in and around Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois will be there to talk to candidates about jobs in the fluid power industry. Whether you plan to graduate soon or are already working in fluid power and want to explore other options, registration is free to all job seekers. For further information, a list of participating companies and to register for the event, go to http://www.nfpa.com/events/ fluidpowercareerfair.aspx.

Calendar of Events

2013 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference August 12-14, 2013 Westin Chicago North Shore, Wheeling, IL 2013 NFPA Fluid Power Career Fair November 6, 2013 Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, Pleasant Prairie, WI 2013 Fluid Power Systems Conference November 19-21, 2013 Doubletree Hotel, Rosemont, IL 2014 NFPA Annual Conference February 3-5, 2014 The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach, Manalapan, FL 2014 IFPE March 4-8, 2014 Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV 2014 IFPE Fluid Power Zone September 8-12, 2014 McCormick Place, Chicago, IL

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“Control Reliable” Machine Guarding Safety Devices & Controls for Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems for OSHA & ANSI Compliance

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THE ONLY CHOICE IN CUSTOM HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS IS RAM INDUSTRIES. We service ALL of the cylinder markets, let us help you! To further complement your manufacturing process, RAM also offers precision custom machining. Email us for a quote today.

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Matrix Section A:

Pages 50-63 Accumulators Actuators - Rotary Hydraulic Actuators - Rotary Pneumatic Actuators - Solenoid Adapters & Mounts - Pump, Motor, Etc. Aftercoolers Air Breathers Air Compressor Oils Air Logic Devices Air Operated Hydraulic Pumps Bladders Brakes - Hydraulic Brakes - Pneumatic Clamps - Hose, Tube & Pipe Clamps & Fittings Closures, Caps & Plugs Clutches - Pneumatic, Tension Control Compressors - Air Connectors - Electrical Contamination Control Controls - Two-hand, no-tie-down Coolers - Hydraulic Fluid Counters - Hyd., Pneumatic & Fluidics Couplings - Air Self Sealing Couplings - Flexible Shaft Couplings - Fluid Self Sealing Couplings - Quick Disconnect Couplings - Rotating, Swivel Crimping Machines Cutters - Carbide Indexable Port Contour Cylinder Accessories Cylinder Position Sensors Cylinders - Air Cylinders - Air/Oil Cylinders - Clamping Cylinders - Composite (Air & Hydraulic) Cylinders - Hydraulic Cylinders - Hydraulic (Custom) Cylinders - Locking Cylinders - Miniature Cylinders - Mill Cylinders - Pneumatic Cylinders - Rodless Data Acquisition Systems Die Lifters - Pneumatic Dryers - Air Electric Servomotors & Drives Electronic Controls Ethylene Propylene Fasteners - Metal, Theaded Nuts & Bolts Filter Carts - Portable Filter Regulator Lubricator (FRL) Filters - Hydraulic Filters - Exhaust Air Filters - Flanged Filters - Pneumatic Filtration Equipment Rentals Filtration Systems Fittings & Port-Hose Tube Fittings - Metric Hose Tube & Port

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Section D:

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Fittings - Push-ins Flanges-Hydraulic Flanges - Threaded & Welded Flexible Metal Hose Fluoroelastomer Flowmeters - Variable Area Fluid Handling Equipment Fluid Level/Temp Switches (custom) Flushing, Oil Systems Framing - Structural, T-slot Gaskets & Materials Gauges - Flow Gauges - Fluid Level Gauges - Pressure Gauges - Temperature Gauges - Vacuum Gear Drives Grippers Heat Exchangers - Hydraulic Heat Exchangers - Hydraulic (Custom) Heaters - Hydraulic Fluid Heaters - Oil Heaters - Coolant High Performance Coatings Hose - Air Hose - Hydraulic Hose Clamps Hose Cleaning Machines Hose Cutting Machines Hydraulic Fluids Hydraulic Fluids - Fire Resistant Hydraulic Fluids - Environ. Friendly Hydraulic Fluids - Synthetic Hydraulic Linear Servo Actuators Hydraulic Motion Simulators Hydraulic Valve Components Intensifiers Interface Devices Joysticks & Joystick Controllers Iron Castings Leak Detection Lamps & Dyes Leak Detectors - Thermal Mass Leather Load Cells Lubricants Lubrication Devices - Automatic Lubrication Systems Maint. Equipment Mainfolds - Air Manifolds - Hydraulic Manifolds - Pump, Motor, etc. Metal Meters - Positive Displacement Mist Elimination Motors - Hydraulic Motors - Pneumatic Motors - Low Speed/High Torque Mufflers - Pneumatic Packings - Braided Packings - Cup

Packings - Diaphragm & Sheet Packings - Gasket Packings - Leather Packings - Metallic Packings - Synthetic Packings - U- Rings Packings - V-Rings Piston Rods Piston Rings - Non-Metallic Polyurethane Power Units & Systems Power Units - Hazardous Location Pressure Gauge Protectors - Snubbers Pressure Switches Pressure Transmitters PTFE (Teflon) Pump Adapters Pump Housings (Plastic) Pumps - Air Driven Pumps - Centrifugal Pumps - Diaphragm Pumps - Fixed Displacement Pumps - High Pressure Pumps - Hydraulic Hand Pumps - Hydraulic Heat Pumps - Metering Pumps - Reciprocating Pumps - Rotary Pumps - Rotary Positive Displacement Pumps - Vacuum Pumps - Variable Delivery Pumps - Variable Displacement Pumps - Vertical (Sump) Pumps - Water Recovery/Recycling Equipment Regulators - Air Regulators - Vacuum Repair, Reconditioning Reservoir Breathers Reservoirs & Accessories Sealing Compounds Seals - Mechanical Seals - O-Ring Seals - Oil Seals - Rubber Hydraulic Semiconductors Sensors Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Ultrasonic Fluid Level Shims Shock Absorbers, Dampers Sleeves - Boots Slides - Motion Control Slides - Pneumatic Software - Fluid Power Solenoid Valves - 2-Way/3-Way Elec. Oper. Strainers/Diffusers Switches

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Swivels - Power Swivels - Rotary Tachometers/Strobe Scopes Tank Vent Testing & Test Equipment Thread Protectors Training Test Stands/Educational Transducers Transmissions - Hydrodynamic Transmissions - Hydrostatic (HST) Transmitters Tube Cleaning Tube Fabricating Tubing - Aluminum Tubing - Copper Tubing - Markers Tubing - Plastic Tubing - Rubber Tubing - Stainless Steel Tubing - Steel Tubing - Steel Skived/Roller Burnished Tubing & Hose Turbines - Axial, Insertion, Tangential Vacuum Components Valve Panels Valves Air - Check Valves Air - Circuit Logic Control Valves Air - Deceleration Valves Air - Directional Valves Air - Flow Control Valves Air - Pilot Operated Valves Air - Quick Exhaust Dumping Valves Air - Relief Valves Air - Time Delay Valves - Ball Valves - Bleed Valves - Check Valves Hyd. - Air Bleed Valves Hyd. - Check Pilot Operated Valves Hyd. - Counterbalance Valves Hyd. - Deceleration Valves Hyd. - Directional Valves Hyd. - Flow Control Valves Hyd. - Flow Dividers Valves Hyd. - Mobile Valves Hyd. - Pilot Operated Valves Hyd. - Proportional Control Valves Hyd. - Plastic Diaphragm Valves Hyd. - Pressure Control Valves Hyd. - Pressure Reducing Valves Hyd. - Relief Unloading Valves Hyd. - Sequence Valves Hyd. - Servo Valves Hyd. - Shuttle Valves Hyd. - Variable Displacement, Explosion Proof Valves - Pneumatic Valves - Surge Damping Valves - Stop Valves - Water Vent, Closed

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Hydro Air Dees Hydro Air Hughes - Clarence, NY Hydro Air Hughes - North Haven, CT Hydromotion, Inc. Hydronic Corporation Hydrotech, Inc. HyPower Hydraulics Hy-Pro Filtration HYVAIR Corp IC Fluid Power, Inc. Iconics IHD, Incorporated IMI Norgren Inc. Industrial Specialties Mfg. Innotek Corporation Innovative Hydraulic Designs, Inc. Inserta Products Integrated Hydraulic Technologies, Inc. Integrated Hydraulics, Inc. Interface Devices, Inc. Interface Solutions, Inc. International fpa Internormen Technology Inc. InterTech Development Company ITT Industries ITW Devcon ITW Vortec J.D. Jones & Co. (P) Ltd. J.E. Myles, Inc. J.M. Grimstad Inc. J.R. Merritt Controls, Inc. J.W.F. Technologies Janatics USA, Inc. JARP Industries JEM Technical JLM Systems Limited John Guest USA, Inc. Karlsson/USA Kawasaki Precision Machinery (U.S.A.), Inc. Kaydon Custom Filtration Corp. Keller America Inc. Kent Fluid Power Kentak Products Company Key Instruments Kim Hotstart Mfg. Knotts Co., Inc., The Kobold Instruments Inc. Kracht Corp. Kraft Fluid Systems KTI Hydraulics, Inc. Kuriyama of America Inc. Kurt Hydraulics Kurz Instruments, Inc. KV Pneumatics Inc. KYB Americas Corporation La-Man Corporation Lake Monitors LDI Industries, Inc. Lee Co., The Legris Inc. Lehigh Fluid Power Lenz Americas Lenz Inc. Lexair. Inc. Lillbacka USA, Inc. Lincoln Lubrication Systems Liquid Controls Livingston & Haven Lovejoy Hydraulics Lubriplate Lubricants Co. Lumberg Inc. Lutz Pumps, Inc. Lynch Fluid Controls Inc. M & M Rogness MacMillin Hydraulic Engineering Corporation Madison Company Magnetek Main Manufacturing Products, Inc. Maradyne Corp. Marathon Electric Marco Rubber & Plastics Marion Fluid Power Marion Mfg. Marken Mfg. Marsh Bellofram Marshall Metal Products Inc. Marsh-McBirney Inc. Marzocchi Pumps USA Corp. Master Pneumatic-Detroit, Inc. Maverick Hydraulics and Machining Max Machinery, Inc. Maxpro Technologies, Inc. Mead Fluid Dynamics, Inc. Med-Kas Hydraulics, Inc. Metallized Carbon Corporation Metro Machine & Engineering MFP Seals MICO, Inc. Micro-Mini Hydraulics

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Micro Motors, Inc. Micromini Hydraulics Midland - ACS North America Midland Metal Mfg. Mid-West Instrument Minnesota Rubber and Plastics MKS Instruments, Inc. Mobile Hose & Hydraulic Supply Monarch Hydraulics, Inc. Moog Morris Co., S. G. (Cleveland, OH) Morris Co., S. G. (Toledo, OH) Motor Magnetics Inc. MRM Incorporated Motion Industries Motion Industries-Tampa, FL Hose Shop Motoman Inc. MTE Hydraulics, Inc. MTS Systems Corp. Muncie Power Products, Inc. Nachi America NC Servo Technology Neptune Chemical Pump Co., Inc. NewAge Industries Inc. New Pig Corp. Nike Hydraulics Inc. Norgren Norman Equipment Company North American Hydraulics, NAHI LLC North Coast Seal, Inc. Northwest Swiss-Matic, Inc. Noshok, Inc. Nott Company Nutron Motor Co. Nycoil Company OEM Controls, Inc. Oetiker Inc. Oiles America Corporation Oilgear Oil-Rite Corporation Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe Controls Co. OLAER USA Inc. Omega Engineering, Inc. Open Loop Energy, Inc. Orange Research Ossco Bolt & Screw Company Pabco Fluid Power Co. Pace Mfg. Inc. Pall Corp. Palmer Wahl Pamark, Inc Parker Hannifin Parker Hannifin Corp. - Finite Filter Operation Parker Hannifin Corp. - Fluid Control Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hose Products Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Quick Coupling Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Racor Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Seal Group Parker Hannifin Corp. - Tube Fittings Division Parker-domnick hunter Parker-Zander PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Peninsular Cylinder Co., Inc. Permco, Inc. PHD, Inc. Piab Pierce Sales Pirtek, Fluid Transfer Solutions Pisco USA, Inc. Plymouth Tube Co. Pneuline Supply, Inc. Pneumadyne Inc. Pneumatics, Hydraulics, & Abrasives (PHA, Inc.) Poclain Hydraulics, Inc. Porous Media Corp. Positech Corporation Power Systems Precision Filtration Products Precision Industries Precision Instrument Company Precix Pressroom Electronics Pressure Components, Inc. Pressure Connections Corp. Pressure Systems, Inc. PRIME Measurement Products, LLC Prince Mfg. Corp. Proportion-Air, Inc. Pulsafeeder, INC. Puregas Quaker Chemical Quality Control Corporation R J Hydraulics Inc. Racine Flow Meter Group RB Royal Industries, Inc. Reelcraft Industries Rego Cryo-Flow Products Rego Cryo-Flow Products Reverso Pumps, Inc.

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Entwistle Co., Kenett Hyd. Distribution Div. Escort Seal (USA) Co. LTD. EVCO Sealing Systems Evolutionary Concepts, Inc. Exair Corp. ExpresSeal Fabco-Air, Inc. Fairchild Industrial Products Company Fairchild Semiconductor Fairview Fittings & Manufacturing Inc. Falk Corp. Famic Technologies Inc. FasTest Inc. Festo Corp. FHI-Steffen, Inc. Filtration Products Corp. Flaretite, Inc. Flint Hydraulics, Inc. Flint Hydrostatics, Inc. Flo Draulic Group Flo-Tork, Inc. Flow Ezy Filters, Inc. Flow Technology Fluent Inc. Fluid Design Products, Inc. Fluid Energy Controls Fluid Line Products Inc. Fluid Motion Sales, Inc. Fluid Power Associates, Inc. Fluid Power Connectors, LLC Fluid Power Inc. Fluid Power Sealing Fluid Systems Partners US, Inc. Fluid Tech, LLC Fluidtechnik USA, Inc. FluiDyne Fluid Power Force America Franklin Electrofluid Co. Inc. Freelin-Wade Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies Simrit FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. Galland Henning Nopak, Inc. Galtech Canada inc. Gardner Denver Garlock Sealing Technologies Gast Mfg. Inc., A Unit of IDEX Corp. Geartek GeFran Gems Sensors Inc. Gezon Industrial Surplus Global Servo Hydraulics Inc. Go Regulator GO Switch Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Graphite Metallizing Corp. Granzow Inc. Grimstad Co., The Grindex Pumps GS Hydraulics, Inc. Hach Company Hagglunds Drives Inc. Hallite Seals, Inc. Hanna Cylinders Hannon Hydraulics Harrison Hose & Tubing Inc. Harrison Hydraulic Solutions Hartman Controls, Inc. Harvard Corp. Harwil Corporation Haskel International, Inc. Hauhinco HAWE Hydraulics Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions, Inc. Heavy Motions Inc. Heinrichs USA LLC Helicoid Instruments Div. of Bristol Babcock Helium Leak Testing, Inc. Hennells Cylinders Hercules Hydraulics Hercules Sealing Products Herion USA, Inc. Heypac Inc. Hiblow USA High Country Tek, Inc. Hirschmann Automation and Control Hi-Tech Instrument Corp. (HTI) HL Hydraulic, Inc. HMF Innovations, Inc. Hobbs Corp. Honeywell Sensotec

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Honor Gear Pumps Corporation Honor Pumps U.S.A Horizon Hydraulics, Inc. Houston Hydraulic Humphrey Automation Hyco International Inc. Hydac Technology Corporation Hydracheck inc. Hydra Dynamic Systems Inc. Hydradyne Hydraulics Hydramation, Inc. Hydra-Power Systems Inc. Hydraquip Corporation Hydrasoft Corporation Hydraulic Component Services, Inc. Hydraulic Repair Estimator - Estimator4U.com Hydraulic Parts Source Hydraulic Repair & Design, Inc. Hydraulic Rod Pumps, Int. Hydraulic Solutions Inc. Hydraulic Specialty Co. Hydraulic Supply Company Hydraulic Warehouse Inc. Hydraulics International, Inc. Hydrauliques Continental, Inc. Hydro Air Dees Hydro Air Hughes - Clarence, NY Hydro Air Hughes - North Haven, CT HydroCAD Hydronic Corporation Hydro-Pac, Inc. Hydrotech, Inc. HyPower Hydraulics Hy-Pro Filtration HYVAIR Corp IC Fluid Power, Inc. Iconics IFM Efector Inc. IHD, Incorporated IMI Norgren Inc. IMPCO, Inc. Industrial Hydraulic Services Industrial Nut Corp. Industrial Specialties Mfg. Innovative Hydraulic Designs, Inc. Integrated Hydraulics, Inc. Integrated Technologies, Inc. Interchange, LLC Interface Devices, Inc. Interface Solutions, Inc. International fpa Internormen Technology GmbH Internormen Technology Inc. Inventive Resources, Inc. IQ Valves ITT Industries ITW Devcon ITW Vortec J.D. Jones & Co. (P) Ltd. J.E. Myles, Inc. J.M. Grimstad Inc. J.R. Merritt Controls, Inc. J.W.F. Technologies Janatics USA, Inc. JARP Industries JEM Technical JLM Systems Limited John Crane John Kopplin Co. Kavlico Corporation Kawasaki Precision Machinery (U.S.A.) Inc. Kaydon Fluid Power Group Keller America Inc. Kent Fluid Power Knotts Co., Inc., The Kobold Instruments Inc. Kracht Corp. Kraft Fluid Systems KTI Hydraulics, Inc. KTR Corporation Kurz Instruments, Inc. KV Pneumatics Inc. KYB Americas Corporation La-Man Corporation LDI Industries, Inc. Lee Co., The Lee Linear Legris Inc. Lehigh Fluid Power Lenz Inc.

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Lincoln Lubrication Systems Lindberg Fluid Power Liquid Controls Livingston & Haven Lovejoy Hydraulics Luceda, Inc. Lumberg Inc. Lutz Pumps, Inc. M & M Rogness Machinery Service and Design MacMillin Hydraulic Engineering Corporation Macro Sensors Madison Company Magnaloy Coupling Co. Magnatrol Valve Corp. Magnetrol International, Inc. Maradyne Corp. March Mfg Inc. Marco Rubber & Plastics Marion Fluid Power Marion Mfg. Co. Marsh Bellofram Marzocchi Pumps USA Corp. Master Pneumatic-Detroit, Inc. Maverick Hydraulics and Machining Maxpro Technologies, Inc. Mead Fluid Dynamics, Inc. MFP Seals MICO, Inc. Micro-Mini Hydraulics Micro Pneumatic Logic Micromini Hydraulics Micropump, Inc. Midland - ACS North America Midland Metal Mfg. Mid-West Instrument Milton Roy Milwaukee Cylinder Minnesota Rubber and Plastics Miratron MKS Instruments, Inc. M.M. Newman Corporation Mobile Hose & Hydraulic Supply Monarch Hydraulics, Inc. Monnier, Inc. Moog Morris Co., S. G. (Cleveland, OH) Morris Co., S. G. (Toledo, OH) Motion Industries Motion Industries-Tampa, FL Hose Shop MP Filtri USA MP Pumps MRM Incorporated MTE Hydraulics, Inc. MTS Systems Corp. Muncie Power Products, Inc. Myron L. Company Nachi America Nass Controls NC Servo Technology Neptune Chemical Pump Co., Inc. Netzsch Incorporated New Pig Corp. Nike Hydraulics Inc. Norgren Norman Equipment Company Norman Equipment Company Power Unit Division North American Hydraulics, NAHI LLC North Coast Seal, Inc. Northlake Steel Corporation Noshok, Inc. Nott Company Novotechnik US Inc. Nutron Motor Co. Nycoil Company OEM Controls, Inc. Ohio Fluid Products Oilgear Oil-Rite Corporation Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe Controls Co. Omega Engineering, Inc. Omnex Control Systems, Inc. Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. Open Loop Energy, Inc. Orange Research Pabco Fluid Power Co. Pall Corp. Palmer Wahl Panagon Systems, Inc. Paragon Technologies

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Spencer Fluid Power Spirax Sarco Springer Co-Ax, Inc. SPX Fluid Power SRS Crisafulli Stanley M. Proctor Company Stauff Corporation Stelmi America Inc. Sterling - PCU Suco Technologies Sun Hydraulics Corporation Sunfab North America Sunsource Switches Unlimited Switching Solutions, Inc. Symcom, Inc. Tarrant Hydraulic Service, Inc. Taylor Devices, Inc. Techno-Omil Techno-Sommer Tescom Corp. Texacone Co., The The IFH Group The Lee Company Thomas Industries, Inc. Thomas Products LTD Thompson Pump Titan Worldwide Inc. T-Lon Products Inc. Topworx TPC Pneumatics TR Engineering Inc. Trelleborg Sealing Solutions Tribute Inc. Tri-Line Automation Corp. Turn-Act, Inc. Tuthill Transfer Systems Tuthill Vacuum Systems/atlantic fluidics UFI - Hydraulic Filters Unique Automation LLC United Electric Controls Co. United Motors & Heavy Equipment Co. LLC (Dubai) Universal Hydraulics International LTD Vaccon Co. Inc. Vacudyne Incorporated Vacuum Research Corporation Valtorc International - Actuated Valve Div. Van Air Systems Van Hydraulics Vanton Pump & Equipment Corp. Veljan Hydrair Pvt. Ltd. Ventura Hydraulic & Machine Works Inc. Versa Products Co., Inc. Vescor Corporation VEST, Inc. Viatran Corp. Vickers-Warnick Viking Pump, Inc. Vindum Engineering, Inc. Vivoil/ALA Industries Walvoil Fluid Power Corp. Webster Instruments Weiss Instruments, Inc. Wen Technology West Coast Fluid Power Western Hydrostatics, Inc. Western Integrated Technologies White Drive Products, Inc. Whitman Controls Corp. Whitemore Group, The Wika Instrument Corp. William H. Nash Co., Inc. Williams Machine and Tool Wilson Company Winters Instruments Inc. Wojanis Supply Company Womack Machine Supply Company Womack Systems, LLC Worthington AG Parts Yates Industries Young Powertech Yuken/ALA Industries Zander, Inc. Zatkoff Seals & Packings Zenith Div., Parker Hannifin Corp. Zero-Max, Inc.

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Company 1A Total Safety A.R. North America AAA Products International Aalborg速 Instruments Accuflex Accumulators Inc. ACS Hydraulics Inc. Adsens Technology, Inc. Advance Motion Controls, Div. of Devine Hydraulics, Inc. Advanced Assembly & Automation Advanced Control Technology, Inc. Advanced Fluid Systems, Inc. Advanced Technology Products Air & Hydraulic Power, Inc. Air Draulics Engineering Company Air Hydraulic Systems Air Logic Airline Hydraulics Air-Mite Devices, Inc. Airmo, Inc.-Pressure Technologies Airometrix Mfg., Inc. Airotronics Airtec Pneumatics, Inc. Airtek ALA Industries, Ltd. - Yuken Master Distributor Allen Orton LLC Allenair Corp. Alliance Plastics Alloys & Components, SW Almo Manifold & Tool Co. Alpha Alumi-Tec, Inc. Al Xander Co., Inc. Amalga Composites, Inc. American Cylinder Company, Inc. American Hydrostatics American Industrial Heat Transfer, Inc. AMETEK Factory Automation Ametek US Gauge Anderson Fittings Anderson Metals Corp., Inc. Animated Software Co., The Anver Corp. Apex Design Technology Applied Industrial Technologies ArcelorMittal Tubular Products Argo-Hytos, Inc. Arizona Sealing Devices, Inc. Ark-Plas Products, Inc. ASA Hydraulik of America ASCO Valve, Inc. Ashcroft, Inc. Assured Automation ATEQ Corp. Atico-Internormen-Filter, Inc. Atlantic Hydraulics, Inc. Atlantic Industrial Technologies Atos Systems, Inc. Attica Hydraulic Exchange Autoclave Engineers FCD Automatic Valve Corp. Automation Direct Automation Products Inc. - Dynatrol DIV. AW-Lake Company Bailey International Corp. Balluff Inc. Barco, Div. of Marison Industries Barnant Co. Barrington Automation Battlefield International Inc. Baumer/Bourdon-Haenni Bay Advanced Technologies Behco, Inc. Behringer Corp. Bell & Gossett Beswick Engineering Co., Inc. Biddle Precision Components Bijur Lubricating Corp. Bimba Manufacturing Company Birmingham Hydraulics Inc. BKO Technical Bondioli & Pavesi, Inc. Bosch Rexroth Corporation, Pneumatics Brand Hydraulics Bray Controls, Div. of Bray International Brennan Industries, Inc. Brevin USA Briggs Company, The BSF, Inc. Bucher Hydraulics, Inc. Burkert Fluid Control Systems

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Company BuyFittingsOnline.com Camozzi Pneumatics, Inc. Canimex, Inc. Caplugs Carolina Fluid Components Castle Metals CAT PUMPS Catey Controls - A Womack Company Central Steel & Wire Co. Certified Power, Inc. CH Products Checkfluid, Inc. Circle Seal Controls Clark-Cooper Div. of Magnatrol Valve Corp. Clinton Industries, Inc. Clippard Instrument Lab., Inc. co-ax valves inc. Coastal Hydraulics Inc. Coilhose Pneumatics Comatrol Command Controls Corporation COMOSO, The Hose Authority Component Technology, A Div. Of Certified Power, Inc. Conbraco Industries Inc. Concentric Rockford Continental Hydraulics Control Enterprises, Inc. (C.E.I.) Control Line Equipment, Inc. Control Products, Inc. Control Steel & Wire Company ControlAir, Inc. Controlled Motion Solutions, Inc. Controlotron Corporation Cooper Instruments & Systems Coronet Parts Manufacturing Co. Inc. COX Instruments CPV Manufacturing, Inc. Crest Rubber Co. Cross Manufacturing Inc. CRS Service, Inc. Cunningham Fluid Power Inc. Custom Cylinders, Inc. Custom Hydraulics, Inc. Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) Cyber-Tech Inc. Dakota Fluid Power Danz Tech Corporation Dees Fluid Power DEL Hydraulics, Inc. Delaware Manufacturing Industries Corporation Delta Computer Systems, Inc. Deltrol Fluid Products Denison Hydraulics Inc. De-Sta-Co Industries Deublin Co. Devcon Diversico Industries, Inc. Dixon Valve and Coupling Company DMIC Doering Company Double A Hydraulics Dresser Instrument DTS Fluid Power, LLC Duff Norton Duplomatic Hydraulics Dura Valve, Inc. Durex Industries Dwyer Instruments, Inc. Dynamic Fluid Components, Inc. Dynex/Rivett Inc. Eaton Corporation Eaton Fluid Power Training Eaton Hydraulics Eldon James Corporation Elect Air Elite Manifolds Elwood Corporation Emerson Process Mgt. TopWorks EMJ Endress + Hauser, Inc. Energy Manufacturing Co., Inc. Enfield Technologies Engineered Sales Inc. Engineered Specialty Products, Inc. Engineering Technology Services LLC Entran Devices, Inc. Entwistle Co., Kenett Hyd. Distribution Div. Escort Seal (USA) Co. LTD. Europower Inc. Evolutionary Concepts, Inc. Fabco-Air, Inc.

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Company Fairchild Industrial Products Co. Fairey Arlon Inc. Fairview Fittings & Manufacturing Inc. Falk Corporation Faster, Inc. FasTest, Inc. Feroy Company, Inc. Ferry Inc. Festo Corporation FHI-Steffen, Inc. Finn-Power Fleetguard, Inc. Flender Corporation Flextral Flint Hydraulics, Inc. Flo Draulic Group Flodyne Controls, Inc. Flow Technology Flowmetrics, Inc. Flow-Tek, Inc. A Subsidiary of Bray Intâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l. Fluid Design Products, Inc. Fluid Energy Controls Fluid Line Products Inc. Fluid Motion Sales, Inc. Fluid Power Associates, Inc. Fluid Power Connectors, LLC Fluid Power Products Fluid Systems Partners US, Inc. Fluid Tech, LLC Fluid Technologies, Inc. Fluidtechnik USA, Inc. FluiDyne Fluid Power Force America Franklin Electrofluid Co. Inc. Freelin-Wade FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. Galland Henning Nopak, Inc. Galtech Canada inc. Gast Mfg. Inc., A Unit of IDEX Corp. GeFran Gems Sensors Inc. Global Servo Hydraulics Inc. Goodway Technologies Corp. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Granzow Inc. GS Hydraulics, Inc. Hach Company Hannon Hydraulics Harrison Hose & Tubing Inc. Harrison Hydraulic Solutions Hartman Controls, Inc. Harvard Corporation Haskel International, Inc. Hauhinco HAWE Hydraulics HBControls Inc. Heavy Motions Inc. Heinrichs USA LLC Helium Leak Testing, Inc. Hercules Hydraulics Herion USA, Inc. Heypac Inc. High Country Tek, Inc. High Pressure Equipment Company Hi-Tech Hose, Inc. Hi-Tech Instrument Corp. (HTI) HKX - Hydraulic Kits for Excavators HL Hydraulic, Inc. HMF Innovations, Inc. Hoerbiger Origa Hoffer Flow Controls Holmbury, Inc. Honeywell Sensotec Honor Pumps U.S.A. Houston Hydraulic HR Textron Hudson Extrusions, Inc. Humphrey Automation Humphrey Products HUSCO International Hydac Technology Corporation Hydracheck inc. Hydra Dynamic Systems Inc. Hydradyne Hydraulics HydraForce, Inc. Hydramation, Inc. Hydra-Power Systems Inc. Hydraquip Corporation Hydraulic Component Services, Inc. Hydraulic Repair Estimator - Estimator4U.com Hydraulic Parts Source

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Company Hydraulic Solutions Inc. Hydraulic Supply Company Hydraulic Warehouse Inc. Hydraulics International, Inc. Hydrauliques Continental, Inc. Hydro Air Dees Hydro Air Hughes - Clarence, NY Hydro Air Hughes - North Haven, CT Hydrocontrol Inc. Hydromotion, Inc. Hydrotech, Inc. Hy-Pro Filtration HYVAIR Corp IBR (Inter Basic Resources) IC Fluid Power, Inc. Iconics IHD, Incorporated IMI Norgren Inc. Industrial Hydraulic Services Industrial Specialties Mfg. Innovative Hydraulic Designs, Inc. Inserta Products, Inc. Integrated Hydraulic Technologies, Inc. Integrated Hydraulics, Inc. IntelliSchematic Interface Devices, Inc. International fpa Internormen Technology GmbH InterTech Development Co. Inventive Resources, Inc. IQ Valves ITT Industries ITW Devcon J.E. Myles, Inc. J.M. Grimstad Inc. J.W.F. Technologies Janatics USA, Inc. JARP Industries JEM Technical JH Technology Inc. JLM Systems Limited John Guest USA, Inc. Kavlico Corporation Kawasaki Precision Machinery (U.S.A.) Inc. Keller America Inc. Kent Fluid Power Kentak Products Company Kepner Products Company Key Instruments Knotts Co., Inc., The Kobold Instruments Kracht Corp. Kraft Fluid Systems KTI Hydraulics, Inc. KTR Corporation Kuriyama of America Inc. Kurt Hydraulics KV Pneumatics Inc. KYB Americas Corporation KZCO, Inc. LDI Industries, Inc. Lee Co., The Lee Industries, Inc. Lee Linear Legend Valve & Fitting, Inc. Legris, Inc. Lenz Inc. Lexair Inc. Lincoln Industrial Corporation Liquid Controls, LLC Livingston & Haven LTV Copperweld Lynch Fluid Controls Inc. M & M Rogness Machinery Service and Design Macro Sensors Magnatrol Valve Corp. Magnetrol International, Inc. Marken Mfg. Marmon/Keystone LLC Marsh Bellofram Master Pneumatic-Detroit, Inc. Maxbar, Inc. Maxpro Technologies, Inc. Mead Fluid Dynamics, Inc. Metro Machine & Engineering MICO, Inc. Micro-Mini Hydraulics Midland - ACS North America Midland Metal Mfg. Miller Fluid Power

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Company Milwaukee Cylinder Milwaukee School of Engineering Minnesota Rubber and Plastics Miratron MKS Instruments, Inc. M.M. Newman Corporation Mobile Hose & Hydraulic Supply Mocap Inc. Monarch Hydraulics, Inc. Monnier, Inc. Moog Morris Co., S. G. (Cleveland, OH) Morris Co., S. G. (Toledo, OH) Motion Industries Motion Industries-Tampa, FL Hose Shop MRM Incorporated MTE Hydraulics, Inc. MTS Systems Corp. Muncie Power Products, Inc. Murrelektronik Inc. Myron L. Company Nachi America Nass Controls National Technical Systems NC Servo Technology Nelson-Dunn Inc. Neptune Chemical Pump Co., Inc. NewAge Industries Inc. Niagara Caps & Plugs Norgren Norman Equipment Company North American Hydraulics, NAHI LLC North Coast Seal, Inc. North Lake Steel Corporation Northwest Swiss-Matic, Inc. Noshok, Inc. Nott Company Novotechnik US Inc. Nycoil Company OCV Control Valves Oilgear Oil-Rite Corporation Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe Controls Co. Omega Engineering, Inc. Omnex Control Systems, Inc. Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. Open Loop Energy, Inc. Pabco Fluid Power Co. Pace Mfg. Inc. Pall Corp. Palmer Wahl Panagon Systems, Inc. Parker Hannifin Parker Hannifin Corp. - Automation Group Parker Hannifin Corp. - Fluid Controls Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hydraulic Filter Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hydraulic Valve Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Quick Coupling Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Seal Group Parker Hannifin Corp. - Snap-Tite Quick Disconnects PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Peter Paul Electronics Co., Inc. Piab Pierce Sales Pinnacle Systems, Inc. Pirtek, Fluid Transfer Solutions Pisco USA, Inc. Plastic Extruded Parts, Inc. Plymouth Tube Co. Pneuline Supply, Inc. Pneumadyne Inc. Pneumatics, Hydraulics, & Abrasives (PHA, Inc.) Poclain Hydraulics, Inc. Polygon Co. Positech Corporation Power Systems Power Valve USA P-Q Controls Precision Filtration Products Precision Industries Precision Instrument Company Pressroom Electronics Pressure Components, Inc. Pressure Systems, Inc. PRIME Measurement Products, LLC Prince Mfg. Corp. Progress Casting Proportion-Air, Inc. PSI-Tronix Technologies, Inc. Pulsafeeder, INC. Puregas

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Company Quality Control Corporation R J Hydraulics Inc. RB Royal Industries RC Electronics, Inc. Rectus-TEMA Rego Rego Cryo-Flow Products Renco, Inc. Ritepro, Inc., A Subsidiary of BRAY Intl., Inc. Robeck Fluid Power Co. Ross Controls® Rota-Cyl Corporation Rotary Systems, Inc. Rotork-Hiller (Ralph A Hiller Co., subsidiary of Rotork) RR USA, Inc. RYCO Hydraulics S. Himmelstein & Co. SAI Hydraulics, Inc. Sauer-Danfoss Scenery Hydraulic, Inc. SC Hydraulic Engineering Corp. Schmalz, Inc. Scott Rotary Seals Seal Master Corporation Sensor Systems LLC Sensotec, Inc. Serfilco, Ltd. Servoflo Corporation Servometer-PMG, LLC Setra Systems, Inc. Seven North Industries, Inc. Seventy-Three Mfg. Co. Inc. S. G. Morris Co., Cleveland, OH S. G. Morris Co., Toledo, OH Sierra Instruments Inc. Simerics, Inc. Simplex Siwi, Inc. SMC Corporation of America Snap-tite Solenoid Solutions Inc. Source Fluid Power Spartan Scientific SPC Company Specialty Mfg. Co., (SMC), The Spectronics Corporation Spencer Fluid Power SPIR STAR Spirax Sarco Sponsler Springer co-ax inc. SSP Fittings Corporation Stanley M. Proctor Company Stauff Corporation Sterling - PCU Sterling Hydraulics Strahman Valves, Inc. Suco Technologies Sun Hydraulics Corporation Sunsource Super Swivels Switching Solutions, Inc. Sync-Lok, Inc. Tarrant Hydraulic Service, Inc. TEAC America, Inc. Teel Plastics, Inc. Teknocraft Inc. Tescom Corp. Texas Hydraulics Inc. The Lee Company Titan Inc. TPC Pneumatics TR Engineering Inc. Trico Corporation Tuthill Coupling Group- Hansen Couplings Ultra Clean Technologies Corp. Ultraflo Corporation, A Subsidiary of Bray Int‘l. Uniflex of America Unique Automation LLC United Electric Controls Co. United Motors & Heavy Equipment Co. LLC (Dubai) Universal Grinding Corporation Universal Hydraulics International LTD UTI Microwave Vaccon Company Vacudyne Incorporated Vacuum Research Corporation Valtorc International - Actuated Valve Div. Valve Check Inc. Valv-Trol Co. Van Air Systems

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achine builders and their customers are often at odds over machine pricing and how to address the costs associated with energy-efficient machine designs. The customer, of course, will demand the lowest possible price, and so machine builders may be overlooking opportunities to provide enhanced energy-saving options as often this comes at additional upfront costs on the machine. In competitive situations, this added cost often means losing the order. The customer, by looking for the lowest price, may not consider the long-term cost savings of machine operation by purchasing equipment with enhanced energy-saving features built in. The machine builder’s job is to convince a customer that the added costs of enhanced energy-saving designs are worth the upfront cost. Certainly most machine builders employ design practices with energy conservation in mind. For example, the use of energy-efficient motors and “shutting down” upstream machine sections during idle times are simple low-cost means of allowing the builder to state their machine is energy efficient. Of course, customers like to buy machines that are stated to be energy efficient; after all, we are all concerned about “sustainability” and being “green.” However, being “green” can cost some “green,” and customers need to be educated about the benefits of spending a little more up front to achieve long-term savings. The machine builder has to demonstrate a reasonable rate of return for the added cost

of enhanced energy-efficient designs. It may surprise some that the costs of optimizing a machine design is not that great compared to the savings potential that can be realized, especially in conserving air consumption. An enhanced pneumatics design entails applying stringent design practices and utilizing components designed to save energy. Air pressure on most machinery provides the physical force for many machine functions. It is plumbed to each machine in our factories and yet we often forget how expensive it is to produce. For our analysis here, we will assume that electric costs are $0.10 kW/hr, the machine operates 8,760 hrs/yr, and that the air compressor motor has 90% efficiency with a 3.5:1 CFM/bhp ratio. Calculating the cost to operate a machine is as simple as determining the average air usage rate and multiplying that by the cost to produce each CFM of air. Let’s talk about cost savings that can be had by designing a machine to minimize air consumption. There are many items to consider when designing a machine for optimal usage of air. In order to fully understand all of the options available to achieve savings, SMC Corp. of America offered its services to analyze our standard design case packers. Working together, several techniques and design changes were identified that can provide substantial energy, and therefore, cost savings. Analysis is provided based on air consumption of both new and used identical case packers. Results given herein are both empirical and theoretical.

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1. Optimize line size and length. Every time a cylinder actuates, the lines feeding the cylinder are pressurized and de-pressurized. No work is generated, and therefore the energy used to pressurize the lines is lost. The larger the volume of the line, the more energy is lost. By “right sizing” the lines for diameter and length for the specific task, we will save energy. Use vendor-supplied sizing programs as an aid in design.

2. Optimize cylinder bore and stroke. As we know, the bore of the cylinder determines the amount of force that is applied—the larger the bore, the larger the force with the same pressure. If an application only requires 245 lbs force (with minimal safety built in), why go to the next size bore cylinder and generate 353 lbs force? This will put extra stress on components and potentially cause premature wear and failure. Unused stroke has a similar consequence as oversized pressure lines; the extra volume of the cylinder not being used for stroke is simply lost energy.

3. Regulate the return (non-power) stroke to a lower pressure. Adding point regulators on each device to reduce the pressure on the return stroke can be a significant savings. On average, this can result in savings up to 25%. This is simple and costs little to do. See Fig. 1.

4. Regulate and Monitor Overall Machine Pressure. A common occurrence when a machine hits the factory floor is that the main machine pressure regulator seems to get turned up. This may be done for several reasons, but the typical ones are either the air supply to the machine is inadequate or the belief the machine will run better. The root cause of the former is simply that the line feeding the machine or the compressor is undersized. For the latter, we can control that. Overpressurization is simply lost energy and can lead to premature machine wear with the increased forces being applied to machine mechanisms (Fig. 2). By using the machine controller to monitor the pressure after the machine main regulator for both under- and overpressure conditions, the machine can shut itself down and present the appropriate warnings to the operator. Also, by utilizing pressure

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factory prior to sending to our customer and two identical machines that have been in production for about two years. The difference in data between new and used machines brought to light differences in flow and pressures as a result of leaks, overpressurization, and other misadjustments. Additionally, SMC provided recommendations on additional or different hardware and techniques as indicated herein with estimates of annual machine savings that can be achieved. The results are significant. If the machine is designed per SMC recommendations, the estimated added price to the machine is approximately $7,900 (excludes R&D engineering) including hardware, labor, overhead, G&A, etc. The estimated annual savings (including the measured losses due to leaks) is approximately $5,700/yr per case packer, a payback of about 16 months. The answer is: yes, it is worth it. Especially with an increased awareness across all industries of the need to improve sustainability and reduce energy consumption, offering an energysavings package can become a differentiator to making a sale for the machine builder and having a happy customer. Everyone wins.

The speed of device movement should be controlled through the use of high-quality and tamper-proof flow controls. Often machine subsystem flow controls are increased in an attempt to get more “speed” out of a machine. However, once the machine design speed is reached, speeding up individual mechanisms may increase machine “speed” but may actually hurt total machine throughput over time. There will likely be an increase in the frequency and duration of downtime events due to jams, as well as an increase of defective products being produced, not to mention increased wear and tear and resultant downtime due to the machine breaking down. For those of you familiar with overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), you understand the cost of such machine “meddling.”

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‰ June 14, 2013 – The World Bank released a report that said the global economy appears to be transitioning toward a period of more stable, but slower growth. Some of the worldwide financial risks that existed a year or so ago—namely stemming from Europe—have lessened. Yet, more stability does not necessarily mean rapid growth. The World Bank forecasts global GDP growth of 2.2% in 2013, with faster growth of 3.0% and 3.3% in 2014 and 2015, respectively. These

figures represent a modest pullback from earlier predictions, reacting to recent weaknesses in the marketplace. The United States is predicted to grow 2.0% this year, with 7.7% real GDP growth in China and the Euro area shrinking by 0.6%. The latest data support this analysis. The JPMorgan Global Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) was somewhat higher, up from 50.4 in April to 50.6 in May. This suggests that the global economy is growing very slowly. The Eurozone showed some improvements, even as the continent remains mired in a recession and its PMI values have stayed below 50 for 22 consecutive months. The Canadian economy also rebounded, with its PMI data shifting from a slight contraction in March to modest growth in May. With Canada as our largest trading partner, increased activity north of the U.S. border will be important for reviving exports. Meanwhile, the Chinese economy, which had seen some progress since October in its production

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figures, began to slow down, with its PMI declining from 50.4 to 49.2. Several other industrial indicators also reflected some deceleration in activity in China. Beyond economic indicators, there have been a number of headlines recently about volatility in the global equity markets. Traders appear to be reacting to the expected “tapering” of quantitative easing in the United States, and foreign exchange markets have also moved on interest rate and policy changes worldwide. Illustrating this point, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has shifted by over 122 points on average each day (both up and down) since Memorial Day, with wide swings in other markets, as well. Manufacturing activity in the United States has been quite sluggish recently, both in terms of production and employment. Industrial production has increased just 1.6% between May 2012 and May 2013. Slowing export sales no doubt have played a part in the recent deterioration of manufacturers’ sentiment. U.S.-manufactured goods exports have risen only 0.9% during the first four months of 2013 relative to the same time period in 2012. Goods exports to Europe were down significantly due to the recession, but even where trade is higher, growth rates have been up only slightly. Meanwhile, rising imports to the United States have widened the trade deficit. On the policy front, U.S. trade talks in the Asia-Pacific and with Europe are moving forward in significant ways, while efforts are intensifying to achieve progress in multilateral customs discussions. Key U.S. trade officials are nearing their final confirmation in the Senate. With the expected confirmation of Michael Froman as the new U.S. Trade Representative, talks on renewing U.S. trade-negotiating authority are expected to get serious this summer. U.S. manufacturing concerns with India’s discriminatory industrial policies have reached a new level, with the U.S. industry urging the Administration to resolve these issues quickly. Canada prepares to retaliate against the United States over meat-labeling rules. Export control reform moves forward for spacecraft systems and related items.

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10,000+ Students From Around the World Put Custom-Built Robots to the Test

Grammy Award Winning Superstar, TV Actress, Government Officials, NASA Engineers and Top Inventors Celebrate Student Achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics During Massive Robotics Event

More than 10,000 students from around the globe traveled to St. Louis, Mo., to put their engineering skills to the test at the annual FIRST® Championship, held at the Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo. The three-day event concluded Saturday night in front of a crowd of 25,000 when three teams from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; The Woodlands, Tex.; and Toronto, Ontario, Canada won the coveted FIRST Robotics

Competition (FRC) Championship Winning Alliance. In this year’s game, ULTIMATE ASCENTSM, two alliances made up of three teams each, try to score as many flying discs into their goals as possible during the twominute and 15-second match. This year, 2,546 FRC teams in 17 countries participated in 77 regional and district competitions. In all, more than 10,000 students, ages 6 to 18, participated in the championship events.

At the opening ceremonies, accomplished inventor and FIRST founder Dean Kamen recognized pop superstar will.i.am for his volunteer work with the not-for-profit. “I’m proud to help FIRST inspire young people to pursue science and technology careers,” will.i.am said. “The experience that students gain and the values they learn in FIRST programs are crucial to creating the innovative problem solvers of tomorrow.” Several other U.S. and international FIRST student robotics teams earned honors for design excellence, competitive play, research, business plans, website design, teamwork, and partnerships. Nearly 650 teams from 37 countries competed in the three levels of FIRST: FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®, grades 4 to 8, 9 to 14-year-olds in the U.S, Canada, and Mexico; 9 to 16-year-olds outside the U.S, Canada, and Mexico); FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC®, grades 7 to 12, 12 to 18-year-olds); and FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC®, grades 9 to 12, ages 14 to 18). In addition to the high-energy robotics matches, 40 teams of 6 to 9-year-olds participated in the Junior FIRST® LEGO® League (Jr.FLL®, grades K-3), World Festival Expo. In addition to the FRC winning alliance and awards, the first-ever Dr. Bart Kamen Memorial Scholarships were given to • Sofia Dhanani of California • Sarah Rudasill of Pennsylvania • Pascale Wallace Patterson of Oregon Major awards were presented by senior offi-

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cials from the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Department of Energy, NASA, as well as executives from Autodesk, Boeing, General Motors, PTC, Microsoft, Google, Rockwell Automation, and UL, among others. The FIRST Championship honored longtime supporters of the FIRST mission Founder’s Award, presented each year by FIRST

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founder Dean Kamen to one organization or individual for exceptional service in advancing the ideals and mission of FIRST – Rockwell Automation Woodie Flowers Award, founded by Dr. William P. Murphy Jr. to recognize an outstanding engineer or teacher who best demonstrates teaching excellence in teaching science, math and creative design – Faridodin “Fredi” Lajvardi, teacher, Carl Hayden Community High School; director, Center for Marine Science Program; vice president, APASE (Arizona Promoters of Applied Science in Education); mentor, Team 842, Falcon Robotics, Phoeniz, Ariz. Inaugural Make It Loud Award, given to the person who has contributed the most in increasing the awareness of FIRST to the general public – will.i.am, Grammy-award winning entertainer Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award – Al Skierkiewicz, maintenance and design engineer, WTTW Inc. Public Television, Chicago, Ill.; Team 111, WildStang, Schaumburg, Ill. Future Innovator Award sponsored by the Abbott Fund – Parker Owen, FRC Team 3469 and FTC Team 4260, both named Spanish Inquisition, Mobile, Ala. for his invention, the CycleLeg, an inexpensive prosthetic made from a single recycled bicycle 2013 FIRST Championship Winners The event offered three different robotics challenges; the 2013 winners of the competitions are as follows: FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC®) Championship – FRC combines sports excitement with the rigors of science and technology. Under strict rules, limited resources, and time limits, teams are challenged to fundraise, design a brand, exercise teamwork, and build and program robots to perform tasks against competitors. This year’s FRC challenge was ULTIMATE ASCENTSM, where matches are played between two alliances of three teams each. Each alliance competes by trying to score as many discs into their goals as possible during the two (2)-minute and 15-second match. Discs scored in higher goals score alliances more points. Matches end with robots attempting to climb up pyramids located near the middle of the field. The Winning Alliance of the FIRST Robotics Competition Championship was Team 1241, THEORY6, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; Team 1477, Texas Torque, The Woodlands, Tex.; Team 610, The Coyotes, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from the Galileo Division. Team 1538, The Holy Cows, San Diego, Calif. won the Chairman’s Award, the highest honor given at the FRC Championship, recognizing the team that best represents a model for other


son. The 2012/13 FIRST Tech Challenge Sponsors include Official Program Sponsor for the FIRST Tech Challenge, Rockwell Collins, and FTC CAD and Collaboration Sponsor, PTC®. The FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship Inspire Award, recognizing excellence in robot design and teamwork, went to Team 3550, Beta, West Des Moines, Iowa. The FIRST Tech Challenge Winning Alliance was Team

4251, Cougar Robotics Team, Columbus, Ohio; Team 4140, Fish in the Boat, Lakeville, Minn.; Team 5096, Monkey Madness, Huntsville, Ala. from the Franklin Division. The FTC Volunteer of the Year Award winner was Mary Ellen Toebes of North Carolina. The Compass Award for excellence in coaching/mentoring was awarded to Vince Liao, Team 4250, Lightsabers, Oklahoma City, Okla.

teams to emulate and best embodies the purpose and goals of FIRST. Winners of the Dean’s List Award included • Kaley Bibic, Team 4476, W.A.F.F.L.E.S., Kingston, Ontario, Canada • Ephraim Bililign, Team 1533, Triple Strange, Greensboro, N.C. • William Blaser, Team 359, Hawaiian Kids, Waialua, Hawaii • Naoka Gunawardena, Team 3504, Girls of Steel, Pittsburgh, Pa. • Ofri Harlev, Team 4159, CardinalBotics, San Francisco, Calif. • Kathryn Hite, Team 3547, Virus, Monroe, Mich. • Kristina Landen, Team 2093, Bowtie Brigade, Portland, Oreg. • Kristen Law, Team 2834, Bionic Barons, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. • Isabel Martos-Repath, Team 589, Falkon Robotics, La Crescenta, Calif. • Joshua Thomas, Team 704, Warriors, Grand Prairie, Tex.

FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC®) World Championship FTC is designed for head-to-head competition. Teams use a combination of motors, controllers, wireless communications, metal gears, and sensors, including infrared tracking (IR) and magnet seeking, to design, build, and program robots to compete in an alliance format against other teams. The object of this year’s game, named RING IT UP!SM, is to score more points than an opponent by placing plastic rings on pegs on a center rack. Teams will be challenged to detect special “weighted” rings to earn them bonus points. Matches last two minutes and 30 seconds, and begin with a 30-second autonomous period followed by a two-minute driver-controlled period. The final 30 seconds of the driver-controlled period is the “end game,” where each team can score bonus points by lifting up their alliance partner’s robot off the game floor to a maximum height of 24 inches. Approximately 2,500 FIRST Tech Challenge teams competed during the 2012/2013 FTC seaCircle 147

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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) World Festival FLL introduces younger children to realworld engineering challenges by conducting research projects and building LEGO-based autonomous robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. FLL teams, guided by their imaginations, discover exciting career possibilities and learn to make positive contributions to society. This year’s challenge, SENIOR SOLUTIONSSM, engaged 205,000 kids to explore the challenges seniors may face through handson, minds-on teamwork. Top honors went to Champion’s Award 1st Place winner, Team 16100, Untitled 1, Bath, England; Champion’s Award 2nd Place winner, Team 16850, SESI Robotics School, Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Champion’s Award 3rd Place winner, Team 742, Robo Raiders, Lebanon, Ill.

team journey. In the Model portion, students built a representation of what they researched, incorporating simple machines and movement into their creation.

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real-world challenges to be solved by research, critical thinking and imagination. Guided by coaches, students work with LEGO elements to create solutions and present them for review. In this year’s Jr.FLL Challenge, SUPER SENIORSSM, teams took a hands-on approach to the topic of aging by learning about the challenges some seniors may have (i.e. keeping in touch with friends and family, staying fit). The challenge was defined in two parts – the ShowMe Poster and a Model. The Show-Me Poster required kids to illustrate their research and

2013 FIRST Championship Sponsors The 2013 FIRST Championship Official Sponsor was Qualcomm. Championship Program Sponsors this year: Abbott, The Boeing Company, The Coca-Cola Company, FedEx, NASA, National Defense Education Program, NRG Energy, Inc., United Technologies, and U.S. Air Force. Other 2013 Championship Sponsors: Air National Guard, Autodesk, Comcast, Good Samaritan Society, International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), Renesas Electronics, SAIC, Saint Louis Science Center, Siemens Industry, Inc., Southwest Airlines, SpaceX, Stanley Black & Decker, and UL. Also, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute (NAMII), a new Booth Sponsor, shared a booth with its partner, Oak Ridge National Labs’ Manufacturing Demonstration Facility.

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FIRST Appoints Co-Chairs of the Board of Directors FIRST® announced the appointment of two long-time supporters, Sheri McCoy and Bob Tuttle, as co-chairs of the Board of Directors for the international organization. They succeed Mr. Walt Havenstein, whose term has ended after three years of notable service. “We are extremely fortunate to have the Board led by two people with proven executive experience,” said Dean Kamen, FIRST founder. “Sheri and Bob are great leaders, passionate about doing the right thing for FIRST, and excellent examples of the career opportunities that await kids when they start out with an engineering and scientific background.” Ms. McCoy is the chief executive officer of Avon Products, a leading global beauty company and one of the world’s largest direct selling companies. Prior to joining Avon in 2012, McCoy had a 30-year career at Johnson & Johnson, where, in her final role, she served as vice chairman of the Executive Committee, responsible for the Pharmaceutical and Consumer business segments. McCoy is a scientist by training. She started her career in research and development and holds four U.S. patents. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in textile chemistry from University of Massachusetts, a master’s degree in chemical engineering from Princeton University, and an MBA from Rutgers University. McCoy has been involved with FIRST for over 15 years, initially as a mentor and sponsor for several FIRST teams in New Jersey. She has served six years on the FIRST Board of Directors, including three years as chair of the Development Committee. “I am very excited to continue my work with FIRST, including the Board, staff, and extended community,” remarked McCoy. “Over the

About FIRST Accomplished inventor Dean Kamen founded FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in 1989 to inspire an appreciation of science and technology in young people. Based in Manchester, N.H., FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs to build self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills while motivating young people to pursue opportunities in science, technology, and engineering. To learn more, visit

last 20+ years, FIRST has taken the essence of ‘fun,’ connected it with valuable learning skills, and then linked all of that to a passionate community of students and mentors in ways that have had an enormous impact. I look forward to continuing and guiding the next generation of innovative FIRST learning.” Tuttle is a general partner of 1848 Associates, a commercial real estate development partnership, and the executive vice president of DEKA Research & Development Corporation. DEKA develops new products, primarily for major medical product companies. Previously, he served for over 20 years in several executive positions in the aerospace industry, including CEO and CFO roles. Tuttle began his career as an aerospace engineer. He has

a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering/ operations research from Cornell University and an MBA in finance from Cornell University. Tuttle has been involved with FIRST for over 20 years, most recently serving as vice chairman and treasurer of the Board. “I have seen FIRST grow over the years from a small group of student teams with wooden robots in New Hampshire to an international organization serving more than 300,000 students with over 120,000 volunteers,” said Tuttle. “I am proud to have been a part of that growth, and will continue to help drive the strategy of FIRST to ‘transform our culture by creating a world where science and technology are celebrated, and where young people dream of becoming science and technology leaders’ – our vision since the beginning.”

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ALASKA University of Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, AK ALABAMA Alabama A&M University Normal, AL Jacksonville State University Jacksonville, AL University of AL in Huntsville Huntsville, AL ARKANSAS Northwest Arkansas Community College | Bentonville, AR ARIZONA Arizona State University Tempe, AZ Arizona Western College Yuma, AZ Coconino Community College Flagstaff, AZ Eastern Arizona College Thatcher, AZ Glendale Community College Glendale, AZ Mesa Community College Mesa, AZ

Irvine Valley College Irvine, CA La Sierra University Riverside, CA National Test Center San Diego, CA National University San Diego, CA Santa Rosa Junior College Santa Rosa, CA Skyline College San Bruno, CA The Taft University System Santa Ana, CA UC San Diego Extension San Diego, CA University of California Irvine, CA Yuba Community College Marysville, CA COLORADO Community College of Aurora Aurora, CO

Florida Gulf Coast University Ft. Myers, FL Florida Memorial University Miami Gardens, FL

Georgia State University Atlanta, GA

Parkland College Champaign, IL

University of Georgia Athens, GA

Richland Community College Decatur, IL

University of West Georgia Carrollton, GA

Rock Valley College Rockford, IL

Valdosta State University Valdosta, GA

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, IL

HAWAII BYU-Hawaii Laie, HI

Waubonsee Community College Sugar Grove, IL

Florida Southern College Lakeland, FL

IOWA Hawkeye Community College Waterloo, IA

Hillsborough Community College Plant City, FL

University of Iowa Iowa City, IA

Indian River State College Fort Pierce, FL

Wartburg College Waverly, IA

Open Campus Florida Community College at Jacksonville, FL

Western Iowa Community College Sioux City, IA

College of Southern Idaho Twin Falls, ID

University of South Florida Tampa, FL

Eastern Idaho Technical College Idaho Falls, ID

Valencia Community College Orlando, FL

Lewis-Clark State College Lewiston, ID

University of Colorado at Boulder Boulder, CO

GEORGIA Albany State University Albany, GA

University of Idaho Moscow, ID

University of Northern Colorado Greeley, CO

Clayton State University Morrow, GA

ILLINOIS College of DuPage Glen Ellyn, IL

CONNECTICUT Yale University New Haven, CT

Columbus State University Columbus, GA

College of Lake County Grayslake, IL

Columbus Technical College Columbus, GA

Illinois State University Normal, IL

Darton College Albany, GA

John A. Logan Community College Carterville, IL

Front Range Community College Larimer Campus | Ft. Collins, CO

Foothill College Los Altos Hills, CA

Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, FL

Northern Illinois University De Kalb, IL

University of Florida Gainesville, FL

Pima Community College Tucson, AZ

Chapman University Orange, CA

Daytona State College Daytona Beach, FL

Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA

Brigham Young University Rexburg, ID

Fort Lewis College Durango, CO

California State University, Fresno Fresno, CA

FLORIDA Brevard Community College Cocoa, FL

Lincoln Land Community College Springfield, IL

Santa Fe Community College Gainesville, FL

Paradise Valley Community College Phoenix, AZ

California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, CA

University of Delaware Newark, DE

Georgia Gwinnett College Lawrenceville, GA

IDAHO Boise State University Boise, ID

Community College of Denver Denver, CO

CALIFORNIA Allan Hancock College Santa Maria, CA

Delaware Technical and Community College Georgetown, DE

Polk State College Winter Haven, FL

Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ

Rio Salado College Tempe, AZ

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Fullerton Community College Fullerton, CA

Pikes Peak Community College Colorado Springs, CO Pueblo Community College Pueblo, CO

DELAWARE Delaware State University Dover, DE

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INDIANA Indiana University Indianapolis, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Bloomington | Bloomington, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Columbus | Columbus, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Evansville | Evansville, IN Ivy Tech Community College/Gary Gary, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Indianapolis | Indianapolis, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Kokomo Kokomo, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Lafayette | Lafayette, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Lawrenceburg | Lawrenceburg, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Madison Madison, IN Ivy Tech Community College/Muncie Muncie, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Richmond | Richmond, IN Ivy Tech Community College/ Sellersburg | Sellersburg, IN Ivy Tech Community College/South Bend | South Bend, IN


Ivy Tech Community College Terre Haute, IN

Macomb Community College Warren, MI

Purdue University West Lafayette, IN

Michigan State University East Lansing, MI

KANSAS Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS

Schoolcraft College Livonia, MI

Kansas State University Manhattan, KS University of Kansas Lawrence, KS Wichita State University Wichita, KS KENTUCKY University of Louisville Louisville, KY Western Kentucky University Bowling Green, KY LOUISIANA Bossier Parish Community College Bossier City, LA University of Louisiana at Monroe Monroe, LA

Southwestern Michigan College Dowagiac, MI Washtenaw Community College Ann Arbor, MI MINNESOTA Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato, MN University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN University of Minnesota Morris, MN MISSOURI Avila University Kansas City, MO Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Kansas City, MO

Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, LA

Missouri Western State University St.Joseph, MO

University of New Orleans New Orleans, LA

Southeast Missouri State University Cape Girardeau, MO

MARYLAND Anne Arundel Community College Arnold, MD

St. Charles Community College Cottleville, MO

Carroll Community College Westminster, MD Chesapeake College Wye Mills, MD College of Southern Maryland La Plata, MD Frederick Community College Frederick, MD Harford Community College Bel Air, MD Hagerstown Community College Hagerstown, MD Howard Community College Columbia, MD University of Maryland College Park, MD MASSACHUSETTS North Shore Community College Danvers, MA University of Massachusetts Boston, MA MICHIGAN Baker College Online Flint, MI Delta College University Center, MI Ferris State University Big Rapids, MI Henry Ford Community College Dearborn, MI Kalamazoo Valley Community College Kalamazoo, MI Lake Superior State University Sault Ste. Marie, MI Lansing Community College Lansing, MI

State Fair Community College Sedalia, MO Three Rivers Community College Poplar Bluff, MO University of Central Missouri Warrensburg, MO Webster University St. Louis, MO MISSISSIPPI Holmes Community College Goodman Campus Goodman, MS

Southeast Community College Lincoln, NE NEW JERSEY Brookdale Community College Lincroft, NJ Gloucester County College Sewell, NJ Mercer County Community College West Windsor, NJ Raritan Valley Community College Somerville, NJ NEW MEXICO Eastern New Mexico University Portales, NM San Juan College Farmington, NM NEVADA College of Southern Nevada Charleston Campus Las Vegas, NV College of Southern Nevada Cheyenne Campus North Las Vegas, NV College of Southern Nevada Green Valley Campus Henderson, NV College of Southern Nevada Henderson Campus, NV NEW YORK Brooklyn College - CUNY Brooklyn, NY Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester, NY OHIO Central Ohio Tech College OSU-Newark | Newark, OH Columbus State Community College Columbus, OH

Portland State University Portland, OR

Midwestern State University Wichita Falls, TX

RCC-SOU Higher Education Center Medford, OR

Sam Houston State University Huntsville, TX

Southwestern Oregon Community College | Coos Bay, OR

Southern Methodist University Dallas, TX

University of Oregon Eugene, OR

Texas A&M International University Laredo, TX

PENNSYLVANIA Bucks County Community College Newtown, PA

Texas A&M University College Station, TX Texas A&M University-Commerce Commerce, TX

HACC Gettysburg Campus Gettysburg, PA Harrisburg Area Community College Harrisburg, PA

Texas Tech University Lubbock, TX Tyler Jr. College Tyler, TX

Harrisburg Area Community College York Campus | York, PA

University of Houston Houston, TX

Harrisburg Area Community College-Lancaster Campus Lancaster, PA

University of Texas Brownsville Brownsville, TX

SOUTH CAROLINA Coastal Carolina University Conway, SC

University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, TX

Horry-Georgetown Technical College Conway, SC

University of Texas El Paso El Paso, TX

Midlands Technical College Columbia, SC

Victoria College Victoria, TX

Orangeburg Calhoun Technical College Orangeburg, SC

Weatherford College Weatherford, TX

Piedmont Technical College Greenwood, SC

UTAH Brigham Young University Provo, UT

Spartanburg Community College Spartanburg, SC

Davis Applied Technology College Kaysville, UT

Technical College of the Lowcountry Beaufort, SC

Salt Lake Community College Salt Lake City, UT Utah Valley State College Orem, UT

Trident Technical College Charleston, SC York Technical College Rock Hill, SC

VIRGINIA Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA

Rhodes State College Lima, OH

TENNESSEE East Tennessee State University Johnson City, TN

WASHINGTON Central Washington University Ellensburg, WA

The Ohio State University Columbus, OH

Middle Tennessee State University Murfreesboro, TN

Olympic College Bremerton, WA

The University of Toledo Toledo, OH

Southern Adventist University Collegedale, TN

Western Washington University Bellingham, WA

The University of Montana Missoula, MT

University of Akron Akron, OH

Tennessee State University Nashville, TN

NORTH CAROLINA East Carolina University Greenville, NC

OKLAHOMA Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa, OK

WISCONSIN Lakeshore Technical College Cleveland, WI

The University of Memphis Memphis, TN

Fayetteville State University Fayetteville, NC

Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK

Guilford Technical Community College Jamestown, NC

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Tulsa, OK

TEXAS Abilene Christian University Abilene, TX

University of Central Oklahoma Edmond, OK

Austin Community College Austin, TX

University of Oklahoma Norman, OK

Eastfield College Mesquite, TX

OREGON Central Oregon Community College Bend, OR

El Paso Community College El Paso, TX

Mississippi State University Mississippi State, MS University of Mississippi University, MS MONTANA Montana State University Bozeman, MT

Mount Olive College Mount Olive, NC North Carolina Central University Durham, NC The University of North Carolina Wilmington, NC NORTH DAKOTA Bismarck State College Bismarck, ND North Dakota State University Fargo, ND

NEBRASKA Bellevue University Bellevue, NE

Franklin University Columbus, OH

Clackamas Community College Oregon City, OR Mt. Hood Community College Gresham, OR

Walters State Community College Morristown, TN

Marian University of Fond du Lac Fond du Lac, WI University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Oshkosh, WI University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI WYOMING University of Wyoming Laramie, WY CANADA Lethbridge College Lethbridge, AB Canada

Grayson County College Denison, TX

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology Saskatchewan, Canada

Lamar Institute of Technology Beaumont, TX

Thompson Rivers University Kamloops, BC Canada

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