FPTC Sponsor Update

Here are two more sponsors of our Fluid Power Technology Conference scheduled for May 16-17, 2017 at MSOE in Milwaukee.  Famic Technologies Inc. will be joining our lineup of sponsors for the first time this year.

Since its foundation in 1986, Famic Technologies has been offering a complete range of high-end products and services in the field of software engineering and industrial automation. Innovation, quality and performance have been the cornerstones of the company. Famic Technologies has always been one step ahead, especially with the development of Automation Studio™, the innovative system design and simulation software originally meant for education and training on fluid power systems, and which is now used throughout the industry in system design, engineering, maintenance, service and training.

When you attend our event, you can meet personally with the professionals at Famic.  Click here to register.
Returning from our event last year will be FD Groups and they will do a presentation on the benefits of using their simulation software called FLUIDESIGN.

FLUIDESIGN recently performed a dynamic simulation study on a multi-purpose gantry hydraulic system. The results indicated a gap between the virtual prototype and the actual machine. While in operation, torsion in the structure affected the hydraulic system’s performance.
To close this gap, the company used a methodology integrating the deformation of the static parts with the dynamics of the vehicle in a study of a new articulated boom lift. The co-simulation allows for the understanding of the interaction between the two physics that govern the boom behavior and the impact on the hydraulic system.
Attendees will learn the many benefits of using co-simulation, including the ability to foresee the future perspectives of using this type of methodology.

Here are two more reasons to attend the 2017 Fluid Power Technology Conference.  To meet and learn from these two great companies.  Click here to register.

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