Last month marked the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I. Thanks to advances in surgery, that war saw more injured soldiers return home than any previous conflict. To help these men regain their mobility and potentially return to work in some capacity, research and development was quickly devoted to prosthetics. According to ...
Ricardo Solorzano shares his thoughts on trends for plastic injection molding equipment.Ricardo is answering questions at H&P's booth S80156 in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center....More
Higher-strength steels not only reinforce hydraulic piston rods against dangerous failures, but yield economic benefits through component downsizing, reduced weight, and cost—without sacrificing safety....More
Development engineers and technicians who push hose performance to the limit often conduct tests with hoses installed on original equipment designs. Here is a comprehensive summary of conditions that should be considered....More