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Historic moment as HS2 launches first giant tunnelling machine

The launch of the first of 10 giant tunnelling machines that will dig 64 miles of tunnels between London and the West Midlands, is just the latest example of how HS2 is securing jobs and helping the UK to build back better from the pandemic.


Urgent build of more gigafactories crucial to securing the future of UK car production

The UK must rapidly accelerate the establishment of Gigafactories and new battery technology development, or risk losing domestic car production altogether – according to a report published today by expert manufacturing consultancy HSSMI. 


Boosting profitability with dual source laser machines

The latest instalment of Trotec's "Hot Topics" webinar series on May 20th is not to be missed for those looking to improve productivity and grow their business portfolio.



Spring savings on Trotec engraving materials and products

Trotec is offering savings on a range of different engraving materials and products in their Spring sale. 


Advanced Manufacturing Industry Crane Experts Celebrate 75 Years

A key supplier to advanced manufacturing and technology firms, Street Crane Company, celebrate their 75th year of continual innovation in crane technology. Having made a solid reputation for reliable lifting in the traditional manufacturing sector, in the last few decades the company has focussed attention on the advanced manufacturing sector. more

Prima & TTP plc Prove Pivotal in Time-Critical Project for Pitney Bowes

Fast track degree programme accelerating engineers towards Industry 4.0

Cambridgeshire-based contract manufacturer Prima Electronic Services has underlined its ability to address customers’ needs within an ultra-short period.  more
An innovative training solution from Siemens Digital Industries is helping upskill their customers and suppliers to capitalise on the opportunities of Industry 4.0. The one year ‘top up’ degree programme gives engineers a BEng Hons (Bachelor of Engineering) in Control and Automation. 


Manufacture CNC parts on-demand

How much time do you spend getting your custom machined parts made? Usually it takes 1-2 weeks just to get a quote and dozens of emails to discuss the project — that’s before even factoring in the production time itself. But there’s a more efficient way to get quotes and order custom parts. With Xometry you can get a CNC machining quote in just a few seconds by uploading a CAD model to the platform and selecting your required manufacturing options.


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