This episode features Vincent Remillard of Famic Technologies, and Daniel Strati of Bailey International.
Vincent is the Corporate Accounts Manager of Famic Technologies, which manufactures Automation Studio™, a circuit design and simulation software for fluid power, electrical, and automation projects. Daniel is the Director of Canadian Sales at Bailey International, which provides complete mobile hydraulic solutions in both standard and custom component configurations. Prior to that, Daniel worked at Hydrolico International, who Bailey recently acquired.
Today, we invited them into our forum to learn more the crucial role that hydraulic manifolds play in fluid power systems and about the unique software packages that help design and manufacture them.
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