2018 Fluid Power Professional’s Day Photo Contest Open





2017 Fluid Power Professional's Day Photo Contest WinnerThe 2018 Fluid Power Professional’s Day Photo Contest is officially open. This annual contest is run by the International Fluid Power Society and Fluid Power Journal. The deadline for submissions is March 31, and the winners will be announced on Fluid Power Professional’s Day (June 19). This year’s categories include New Perspective, Teamwork, Fun with Fluid Power, the Muscle of Fluid Power, and People’s Choice. Judges will pick three winners for each category. Judging criteria include subject, originality, visual impact, and quality. Cash prizes are $250 for 1st place, $100 for 2nd place or People’s Choice, and $50 for 3rd place.

Visit https://fluidpowerjournal.wishpond.com/2018-photo-contest/ for the complete rules and to submit your entries.

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