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For over 70 years, the Lee Company has pioneered the development of miniature precision fluid control components for aerospace, down-hole oil tools, machine tools, medical/scientific instrumentation, and ink-jet printing. Lee's unique capabilities in miniaturization and engineering expertise — one in every eight employees is a graduate engineer — keep the company at the forefront of fluid flow technology.

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