Press Release

Delta Presents at MSOE Fluid Power Technical Conference

June 08, 2016 - Battle Ground, WA - Delta Computer Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Peter Nachtwey, Delta's President, was invited to deliver a technical presentation at the Fluid Power World Technical Conference at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) in Milwaukee Wisconsin during June 21 and 22, 2016. This presentation will be focused on testing applications and is titled Cyclical testing in fluid power applications: Why frequency matters in sinusoidal testing

Delta RMCs

In addition Delta will be exhibiting the RMC family of motion controllers with our integrating distributor, JM Grimstad Company.

Peter Nachtwey

Peter E. Nachtwey, President - Delta Computer Systems, Inc.

This MSOE Fluid Power Technology Conference 2016 is a must for fluid power engineers, designers, users, maintenance personnel, distributor sales professionals and students. It offers OEMs, end users and distributors the opportunity to learn about the latest industrial fluid power technology.

"This presentation will delve into the technology and benefits of advanced cyclical testing using sine waves and demonstrate how to predict the effects of varying frequencies," stated Delta CEO, Steve Nylund. Nylund added. "Technical conferences and educational venues related to Fluid Power and Automation help to promote both industry awareness and Delta's high performance closed-loop hydraulic motion control to serve projects worldwide."

The high performance motion control products that Delta designs, manufactures and markets are used worldwide for hydraulic, pneumatic and electric closed-loop control in a wide array of single and multi-axis applications, including testing, food, energy, automotive, entertainment, plastics, materials, aerospace, metals, forest products and others.

About Delta Computer Systems: For more than 30 years, Delta has supplied motion controllers, color sensors, and other utility and industrial products that enable OEMs & integrators to build better machines. For more information contact Bill Savela, Delta Computer Systems, or email