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Universal Robots expands unique online Academy, offering free interactive modules in robotics programming

More than 14,000 users from 132 countries have joined the Universal Robots Academy to become robot programmers. Adding to its basic training, the Academy is now launching three new modules that focus ... more

Leading rapid prototyping service bureau invests £500,000 in the future of metal 3D printing

Irelands largest 3D printing service bureaus, Laser Prototypes (Europe) Ltd (LPE), has made its largest investment to date with the purchase of a £500,000 metal sintering machine. This significant ... more

Smurfit Kappa celebrates 50 years of unlocking value for their customers through automated packing lines

Smurfit Kappa has reached the 50th anniversary of developing automated packing lines. Since the first was launched in Sweden back in 1967, the company has developed, produced and installed over 8,000 ... more

TR Southern Fasteners continues growth with launch of new enclosure product range

Global manufacturer and distributor TR Fastenings’ Irish location, TR Southern Fasteners, is marking its continued success and expansion with the launch of a new range of enclosure products ... more

SMEs suffering because of culture of slow payments in UK

Boiler operators reminded of water hammer & thermal expansion threat as heating season approaches

Two thirds of UK SMEs are of the opinion that there is a culture of slow payments in the UK, with the problem particularly acute in London (73%), the South West (72%) and Northern Ireland (87%). The ... more
In the run-up to the heating season, start-up dangers are a serious problem for many heating systems using steam as a source of heat, largely due to the fact that they have been lying dormant over ... more

Northern Ireland manufacturers told to target Brexit export benefit

Manufacturers throughout Northern Ireland need to address the Brexit challenge while taking advantage of the depressed value of sterling. That’s the message from Ireland’s largest supplier of ... more

Bombardier jobs at risk after US ruling

Thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland could be at risk after the US Department of Commerce ruled against Bombardier in the company's dispute with Boeing.

The latter had complained that the former ... more

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