The next chapter for the CCEFP (.PDF Download)

I had been anticipating attending the Fluid Power Innovation & Research Conference for months. So when mid-October finally arrived, it was off to Nashville. The conference was filled with technical presentations delivered primarily by students at schools that are part of the Center for Compact & Efficient Fluid Power. (CCEFP)...

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