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LEMO (UK) expands cable assembly production capability

To meet the growing demand for “plug and play” interconnect solutions, LEMO (UK) is very pleased to announce a 50% expansion of its UK cable assembly service. This significant investment is part of ... more

ICEE cuts plastic and metal ‘Tommy Soldier’ profiles by waterjet

Using a powerful and accurate waterjet machine tool, ICEE Managed Services is cutting a range of commemorative World War 1 ‘Tommy Soldier’ profiles and outlines from acrylic plastic and mild steel ... more

Emerson enables reduced cost and complexity with zoned safety valve island

Zoned Safety Capabilities Enable the Isolation of Up to Three Safety Zones on a Machine from One Valve Island.

Emerson has introduced the ability to integrate multiple safety zones within a single ... more

SKF combines modern web technologies and a global service capability to improve rotating equipment performance

A new server-less and micro-service based system, built on Amazon Web Services will give SKF the scalability needed to future-proof its IoT, and asset management initiatives.

SKF is expanding and ... more

Setting the record straight on robotic automation in UK manufacturing

The take-up of robotic automation in the UK is being held back by lingering and outdated misconceptions that are seriously impairing both our productivity and our ability to compete on the global ... more

Data security concerns have potential to delay Industry 4.0 roll-out

Data security concerns have the potential to delay the roll-out of Industry 4.0 initiatives and prevent UK industry from accessing OEM and indirect supply chain remote monitoring capabilities, ... more

£3 million sales confirmed

The projection that TRUMPF UK sales will close at the end this current financial year at more than £52 million was certainly enhanced by orders the company received at its Open House event that ran ... more

Australia’s Monash team crowned Formula Student 2018 champion

Monash Motorsport, from Australia, has claimed victory at Formula Student 2018, the student racing car event run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The team saw off competition from 129 ... more

Elsevier announced the publication of four new books in the area of Mechanical Engineering

Multiphysics Modelling: Materials, Components, and Systems by Murat Peksen

This book focuses on situations where coupled phenomena involving a combination of thermal, fluid, and solid mechanics ... more

Rittal publishes UL Regulations advice

Rittal embraces the need for a high degree of responsibility for the safety of users and the electrical equipment its enclosures are designed to protect. As such the company has a policy of always ... more

Celebrating the best in British engineering innovation; past, present and future

As engineering feats go, Concorde, with its aerodynamic shape and sweeping delta wings, will forever captivate the attention of aviation aficionados. Making the choice of Aerospace Bristol for ... more

Mind the skills-gap after Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will create as many jobs in the UK as it will displace over the next 20 years, according to a report by PwC [1]. Their analysis showed that the fourth industrial ... more

Subcontracting holds steady

The UK contract manufacturing market is just 5% down in Q2 against a record high in Q1 – but machining dips while fabrication soars.

Despite the concerns expressed by some multi-national ... more

RS Components agreement with Zerynth strengthens partnership strategy and bolsters DesignSpark IoT capabilities

RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, a global multi-channel distributor, today announced the signing of a partnership agreement with Zerynth ( ), ... more

3D Systems helps to bring 250-year-old dragons roaring back to life

3D Systems today announced the installation of 72 large-scale 3D printed dragons at The Great Pagoda at Kew (UK) – the final elements required to complete the Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) restoration ... more

Roxtec secures safety seal order with Britain’s £200m polar ship

International manufacturer Roxtec is helping protect Britain’s new £200m polar research vessel - RRS Sir David Attenborough – after supplying a range of specialist safety seals.

The new build ... more

RS Components brings innovation truck to London’s King’s Cross in support of Year of Engineering campaign

RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, has taken its 35-tonne innovation truck, Titan II, to King’s Cross in London in support ... more

SKF partners with Siemens to improve railway reliability

Condition monitoring and cloud-based data acquisition platforms are set to revolutionise the way railway operators address their asset management obligations.

SKF and Siemens have signed a ... more

Red Dot 2018: CRP Technology’s know-how helped to win Design Award

Hexadrone’s 3D printed Tundra prototype manufactured by CRP Technology via Laser Sintering technology using Windform SP and Windform XT 2.0 Carbon-composite materials, has won the Red Dot Award 2018 ... more

Ground-breaking engineering project scoops two global awards

An innovative new braille printer, developed by high performance engineering consultancy KWSP together with design partner Co&Co, has scooped two international design awards. Just months after ... more

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