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AMETEK SCP wins contracts worth $7 million for submarine equipment

AMETEK SCP, a provider of underwater cable and connector solutions for military and commercial applications, has recently been awarded $7 million in contracts from International partners to provide ... more

Vision Engineering designs the first ultra-high definition digital stereoscopic 3D-view microscope

Vision Engineering has launched the Deep Reality Viewer (DRV-Z1) microscope. Designed at its Woking HQ, the DRV-Z1 enables the user to view high definition 3D images under magnification without using ... more

HARTING opens new state-of-the-art European Distribution Centre

HARTING Technology Group has officially opened its state-of-the-art European Distribution Centre (EDC) in Espelkamp. Costing an estimated €45 million, the European logistics centre is the largest ... more

AFRC's collaboration with Airbus and TWI aims to bring space propellant fuel tank manufacturing jobs back to the UK

The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is making its way into the space industry, working with Airbus Defence and Space (Airbus DS) and TWI to bring the manufacture ... more

William Hughes now offers electrophoretic painting for the protection for metal parts

William Hughes has introduced an electrophoretic paintline at its Plovdiv factory in Bulgaria which provides a high gloss black finish with strong anti-corrosive properties. Although intended mainly ... more

Strengthening the supplier-engineer bond

China supplied 80% of the rare earth minerals imported by the United States between 2014 and 2017. But with the US having increased tariffs on Chinese goods worth $200 billion from 10-25%, it puts ... more

Sundance launches VCS-1 embedded processor module for precision robotics applications

Sundance Multiprocessor Technology Ltd., an established supplier and manufacturer of embedded modules, has launched the Sundance VCS-1, a small, high performance, low power and lightweight embedded ... more

Robots need to know why they are doing a job to work alongside people in the near future

In simple terms, this means machines need to understand motive the way humans do, and not just perform tasks blindly, without context. According to a new article by the National Centre for Nuclear ... more

Renishaw supports Girls into Technology event

Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, ran two workshops at a ‘Girls into Technology’ event held at SGS Berkeley Green UTC, a university technical college in Gloucestershire, UK. Hosted ... more

HP expands 3D channel programme in the UK with GoPrint3D partnership

GoPrint3D, the 3D printing arm of Express Group, has joined HP’s UK channel partner programme to offer HP Jet Fusion 3D technology to its extensive customer base across the UK and Ireland. GoPrint3D ... more

Joining forces to help identify engineers in the making

Gatwick Airport, Facebook and Network Rail have become national partners for the “If you were an engineer, what would you do?” competition to help encourage students from schools across the UK to ... more

e-learning course ‘Securing the Internet of Things Networks’ developed

With increasing concerns about the security of the fast-growing Internet of Things (IoT), the IET (Institution of Engineering & Technology) Academy has teamed up with UK-based Iotic to develop ... more

€4m project under way to train next generation of 5G experts

The scheme, titled ‘Mobility and Training for beyond 5G Ecosystems’, and will be led by Dr Pavlos Lazaridis

A NEW generation of experts in 5G networks will be trained by the University of ... more

Plexus’ investment in Livingston Engineering and New Product Introduction facility

Plexus announced today the renovation of its facility in Livingston, Scotland. This investment supports continued growth and technology offerings, in response to increased demand, for customers in ... more

2019 winners of the Altair Enlighten Award announced

Altair has announced the winners of the 7th annual Altair Enlighten Award. “The winning products demonstrate the power of innovation and engineering disciplines to reduce vehicle weight and ... more

TDK Corporation continues investing in its North Devon site

TDK Corporation (TSE 6762) has announced further investments at its TDK-Lambda UK manufacturing facility in Ilfracombe, North Devon. In addition to the £1m invested into the recently opened EMC ... more

Pickering reed relays now stocked at Testco following US distribution deal

Pickering’s large range of reed relays for A.T.E. switching and semiconductor test is now available and supported by Testco across North America. Included in the inventory of Pickering’s reed ... more

AFRC in €4.25m project to help 1,300 European SMEs revolutionise machining processes

The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is the UK spoke in a North West Europe wide project designed to transform the machining sector, helping 1300 SMEs to stimulate ... more

Coroll becomes NSK's first Certified AIP Partner in the Czech Republic

NSK has named its latest Certified AIP Partner, Coroll s.r.o., which becomes the first authorised distributor in the Czech Republic to receive the accolade. At an award ceremony on 13 May, the ... more

Camloc Motion Control continues growth of worldwide distribution network with Appian Fasteners partnership

Leicester-based gas spring and damper manufacturer, Camloc Motion Control, is expanding its worldwide product reach after appointing Ireland-based Appian Fasteners to its global distribution network.

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