Leah Scully

Leah
Scully
Associate Content Producer,
Design, Engineering & Sourcing Group

Leah Scully is a graduate of The College of New Jersey. She has a BS degree in Biomedical Engineering with a mechanical specialization.  Leah is responsible for Hydraulics & Pneumatics’ news items and product galleries. 

Articles
Fluid Power in Advanced Manufacturing to Benefit from Federal Grant
The U.S. Department of Defense announced that Carnegie Mellon's Advanced Robotics in Manufacturing Institute (ARM) will receive an $80 million grant matched with $173 million in cost shares to become the newest Manufacturing Innovation Institution.
Components Manufacturer Appoints Two New Company Leaders
Galland Henning Nopak Inc., a manufacturer of high-density balers and hydraulic and pneumatic valves and cylinders, revealed that it will appoint Brian Sternberg to President and Sudarshan Sharma to Chief Engineer.
Final First Look: Getting Closer to the Biggest Trade Show in Fluid Power
Held every three years, IFPE will take place at the Las Vegas Convention center on March 7-11 in conjunction with CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017...
Work Truck Show: Building Bridges Between Suppliers and Industry
Fluid power professionals can take advantage of the show to make connections with peers in the work truck industry.
Komatsu America Offers Career Day for University Students
The students received hands-on training for state-of-the-art construction equipment and learned about current and future job opportunities.
Associate of Equipment Manufactures Offers Its First Trade Mission to Cuba
With diplomatic ties restored between Cuba and the U.S. in 2014, the AEM offers a trade mission where participants travel to Cuba and learn how to conduct business with its ministries and companies within the limits of the existing embargo.
Hydradyne Acquires Hydraulic House to Serve Southern U.S.
In addition to offering Parker hydraulic components and a full line of Parker fluid connector products, Hydraulic House offers in-house service and repairs for various brands of hydraulic equipment.
FPDA Appoints New Executive Director
Barbara Dunlavey is the appointed the Executive Director of the Fluid Power Distributors Association. She has experience serving as executive director of several other engineering organizations as well.
Component Library for Hydraulic-Schematic Software Offered for Free
The digital archive of up-to-date product specifications enables engineers to quickly and easily find hydraulic components when designing hydraulic systems.
Hydraulic-Cylinder Market Slated for Growth through 2020
A report from Research and Markets predicts growth in the global hydraulic cylinder market at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.39% over the projected period of 2016 to 2020.
Educational Opportunities Abound at IFPE Conference
Educational sessions include keynote and plenary sessions, along with college level courses offered at an additional price starting the day before the conference.
Dana Inc. Acquires Brevini Group Businesses
Brevini Group, S.p.A. and Dana Incorporated have reached a definitive agreement for Dana to purchase 80% of Brevini’s Power Transmission and Fluid Power businesses.
Bimba Acquires Vaccon Co.
Bimba, a pneumatic, hydraulic, and electric-motion solutions company, has announced the acquisition of Vaccon Company, Inc. Vaccon specializes in vacuum technology including vacuum pumps, vacuum cups, end-of-arm tools, and accessories.
Abstract Submission Deadline Extended for Japanese Fluid Power Symposium
The Japanese Fluid Power System Society (JFPS) is hosting the 10th JFPS International Symposium on Fluid Power Oct. 24-27, 2017.
First Look: 3D-Printed Excavator to Headline IFPE 2017
Features of the AME include a 3D-printed boom, cab, and heat exchanger for working hydraulic fluids.
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