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RGU researchers design prototype to reduce household carbon emissions

A group of researchers at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have partnered with Sustainable Urban Energy to investigate the potential of a turbine system the size of a satellite dish that can reduce ... more

Smoothing the path to an automated future

In today’s competitive world economy it is essential that manufacturers are able to maintain the highest levels of productivity and quality. These factors continue to drive the growth of automation ... more

Unleash creativity, speed and design accuracy with desktop 3D printers

It is now possible to print high quality and accurate prototypes at low cost using desktop 3D printers – and even stack them to create an extensive 3D printer network, as Chris Elsworthy, MD and lead ... more

WEDM meets AM…in perfect harmony!

New AgieCharmilles wire EDM machine is designed for the metal additive manufacturing (AM) market.

Wire electrical discharge machining (WEDM) is a mature technology, but GF Machining Solutions - ... more

Stainless steel oldham couplings from Ruland for corrosive, vacuum and cleanroom environments

Ruland now makes oldham coupling hubs from 303 stainless steel. This addition gives designers an off-the-shelf coupling to choose from when designing systems in corrosive, vacuum or cleanroom ... more

Electrically insulated rolling bearings from NKE keep motors and generators running

What REEally goes into making REEs?

Bearing manufacturer NKE Austria GmbH offers a wide range of rolling bearings for electrical machines. Particularly designed for motors and generators, the bearings are noted for their low running ... more
Only a handful of years ago, rare-earth elements were an oft neglected and forgotten cul-de-sac of elements. Today, the landscape couldn’t have changed more, with over 120,000 metric tons produced ... more

The alloy that remembers: Three novel applications for shape memory alloys

In 1932, Swedish chemist Arne Ölander observed that a gold-cadmium alloy could be bent when cool but would return to its original shape when heated. 30 years later, William Buehler and Frederick Wang ... more

 
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