Even after all these years, it is always exciting to see the latest issue for the first time. Today, I received the March 2012 issue of Hydraulics & Pneumatics and I think that it looks great (thanks Walt) and it has excellent content (thanks Alan, Mary, and Ken.)
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If you are interested in fluid power, make your living with fluid power, or are part of the fluid power supply chain, we want you as a reader so please subscribe. Our content will not disappoint you. Our March issue has solid coverage of fluid power essentials including our cover story on a simulation table that produces more realistic testing.
In our 2012 editorial calendar and in our pre-issue promotion, we promised our readers a story about waste and recycling equipment. On page 24, you will find Trash compactor is designed for efficience, a feature about the hydraulics of such a machine.
Pneumatic Valves are supposed to be highlighted in our March issue and, guess what, they are, starting on page 34. Thank you Tom Kane of Mead Fluid Dynamics. We said we would feature fundamentals on hydraulic fittings and thanks to Alison Allwes and Jason Salvato of Parker Hannifin, we have Flange fundamentals.
Our Senior Associate Editor, Mary Gannon, did a wonderful job of spotlighting Transducers as offered in our promo and calendar. We really delivered as we always do and I invite you to be a regular subscriber to H&P so that you can receive this kind of excellent content every month.