ONE OF MY MOST ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCES with STLE was serving as TLT's second editor. Writing columns and editing articles made me really think about how we tribologists and lubrication engineers fit into the diverse world of friction and lubrication. From classical automotive and industrial applications to the exotic-including nanotechnology, medical devices, musical instruments, high-tech sports equipment, nature's tribology and everything in between-TLT covers it all!
TLT is chosen consistently by the STLE membership as the society's most important benefit. As the ambassador of our society, it's a welloiled machine of many parts working together: feature articles, best practices, survey results, interviews, peer-reviewed research papers, student poster papers, lubrication fundamentals, new technology, industry news and resources, new products, local and national meetings, many interesting columns and much more. And if you have a product you're looking to bring to the lubricants marketplace, did you know TLT can deliver your marketing message to more than 13,000 lubricant professionals worldwide each month?
Most visionary tribologists and lubrication technologists view our field as the cure for much of what ails industry and global economies. TLT is the place where everybody, from the early careerist to the seasoned researcher, can easily access the scientific expertise and business resources needed to make those breakthrough discoveries.
Who knows? You may just have your next brilliant idea from reading TLT.
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