June 2, 2017
Precision Plus Swiss Turned Components
After a successful first seminar, the second FPIC half-day educational event has been scheduled for Friday, June 2, 2017, at Precision Plus Swiss Turned Components in Elkhorn, WI.
The June 2 seminar will focus on Advanced and Additive Manufacturing. A preliminary schedule is available here.
For complimentary registration to the second seminar this exciting new series, click here.
FPIC seminars are an ideal way to learn about the technological advancements that will help meet the future needs of fluid power customers, expand fluid power into new customer markets, and attract the best and brightest young engineers to fluid power.
Space is limited for this seminar. Register Today!
For more information contact:
National Fluid Power Association
(414) 778-3351 | email@example.com
Established in 1962, the Fluid Power Institute™ (FPI) at MSOE is a leader in fluid power education, motion control, research, and evaluation, distinguishing itself as one of the nation’s foremost academic fluid power research laboratories. To further support its industrial partners, the FPI has established the Fluid Power Industrial Consortium (FPIC) to provide quarterly half-day seminars on the latest fluid power technology advances with immediate implementation. NFPA is a supporting partner of the FPIC, allowing NFPA member companies to participate in FPIC seminars at no cost.
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