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Reinaldo Pinto

AFT Now Offering FREE Hydraulic Workshops Around the Globe

Originating in Colombia at the start of 2017, AFT began offering free 1-day workshops combined with scheduled customer visits.

During these workshops, attendees get hands-on experience with AFT software as well as the opportunity to discuss relevant hydraulic topics. Attendees also receive a 15-day free trial license to review topics discussed in the workshop.

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Jake Miller

Pointing the way with AFT Arrow 5’s “Search” Feature

AFT Arrow 5 was recently released and has several wonderful new features in store! One of the most powerful and largest time saving features is the new glorious “Search”. Located in the toolbar, “Search” allows for the quick locating of Junctions or Pipes much like a search engine finds a website. Where can I find it? “Search” has become a standard feature of the new and improved Arrow and is available as soon as the program starts. Located off of the tool bar in every primary window, “Search” is accessible throughout the software and can sift through the Workspace and Output windows!...
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Trey Walters

Thankful for the Opportunity to Shape a Changing World

Wherever I go I see change. China is undergoing massive change in a relatively short period of time which has impacted Western nations both positively and negatively – as well as the rest of the world. China’s growth in manufacturing is impacting Australia in a huge way and driving much of the Australian economy through accessing its abundant natural resources. As we look back on the American Thanksgiving holiday I am currently on a lengthy visit to Australia and Asia training customers in the East and meeting new prospects. And seeing the changes first hand. My family is along with me and we celebrated...
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Jeff Olsen

AFT Around the World

In early October, I conducted a 5-day training seminar in Lima, Peru. There were seven different companies represented from Peru and Chile. It is always interesting to see the variety of applications for AFT software and Peru was no exception where many of the engineers are involved in mining operations. Peru is a leading producer of copper, gold, silver, phosphate and potash with over $16 billion in exports in 2009. The engineers at the seminar had a variety of active project responsibilities. These ranged from long transport pipelines, to storage and transfer systems, to refining and process facilities. The course emphasized...
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Gruszka Serge
As a air valves designer, I am interesting to know if the modeling of automatic, kinetic and combined air valves has been acheived... Read More
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 07:47
Trey Walters
I have never heard of such a valve. Wish I could be of more help.
Thursday, 12 April 2012 21:05
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