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Partnership formed with international machine manufacturer

Partnership formed with international machine manufacturer
The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre, part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, has renewed its membership agreement with German-based WF-Maschinenbau. The three-year deal will lead to further collaboration on research and development between the Inchinnan-based facility and the international metal-forming machine manufacturer.
11th October 2016

Celebrating manufacturing in the UK

Celebrating manufacturing in the UK
It is less than four weeks’ that the winners of this year’s Manufacturer MX Awards will be announced, at the exclusive evening celebrating all that is great about UK manufacturing on 2nd November in Birmingham. All 13 categories have now been judged and decisions are being made to determine the winners.
10th October 2016

Ground breaking medical imaging company takes the Grand Prix prize

Ground breaking medical imaging company takes the Grand Prix prize
Medical device company, Lightpoint Medical, has been named as the winner of the Grand Prix prize at the 2016 British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs), held yesterday at the HAC in London. Lightpoint Medical is developing pioneering imaging technology to improve health outcomes for cancer patients.
7th October 2016


Students ready for this year’s Design Challenge

Having the chance to compete for the Design Challenge trophy, in a competition hosted by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, is six university teams. The Design Challenge Competition gives undergraduates a taste of the ‘real world’ of engineering by setting them a challenge to design and create a device to a strict technical specification.
6th October 2016

Supporting Designers of the Future at Advanced Engineering 2016

Sapa will be showcasing the leading entries from its Young Designers Competition, as part of its sponsored display at Advanced Engineering 2016, which takes place at Birmingham’s NEC on 2 & 3 November. The Young Designers Competition was created to encourage final year design students at UK universities to work with aluminium, and to exploit all of the design capabilities the material allows.
5th October 2016

Companies bring latest technology together

Companies bring latest technology together
In order to safeguard the UK manufacturing businesses of the future a strong network is needed between IT and mechanical and electrical engineering, so that well informed, knowledgeable decisions can be made. Only companies who are willing to invest in modern automation and digitalised technologies will be at the head of the pack in this digital race.
4th October 2016

Engineering jobs easier to find on global careers website

Engineering jobs easier to find on global careers website
  New online Engineering-specificjobs board has been launched by XPATJobs, which allows users to search for, and place, new jobs and find the skilled professionals they need no matter where in the world they are based, all via a single portal.
30th September 2016

Advanced Engineering 2016 exhibiting over 700 companies

Advanced Engineering 2016 exhibiting over 700 companies
Returning with the largest free-to-attend conference of its kind, Advanced Engineering 2016 will take place at Birmingham’s NEC on 2nd-3rd November, with over 170 leading experts from the engineering world taking to the stage to discuss the most cutting-edge industry intel, trends, technologies and innovation.
28th September 2016

Inspiring the engineers of the future

Inspiring the engineers of the future
Now in its fourth year, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2016 will take place on 7th-11th November and will showcase engineering careers in a way that young people, and particularly girls, may have never previously considered.
22nd August 2016

Infographic explores the elements that run our world

Can you imagine living in a world without smartphones, laptops or flat-screen TVs? While this may be a dream for some and a dystopian nightmare for most, the reality is that rare earth elements and their compounds are vital for these everyday electronics. Demand for these precious elements is increasing, but the world's supply is not evenly distributed.
3rd August 2016

Wireless torque sensor model features shunt calibration

TECAT Performance Systems has announced the release of the WISER 2030-S, the first version of the company's wireless torque sensor to feature shunt calibration. The WISER 2030-S will simplify instrumentation verification for users while allowing them to check calibration of the system in the field.
14th April 2016

$99 Raspberry Pi desktop computer was developed for makers

$99 Raspberry Pi desktop computer was developed for makers
  Hobbyists and makers have come up with some innovative ways to implement the computer into devices: from home automation products to beer brewing systems. This Raspberry-pi powered computer was designed with makers in mind.
10th November 2015

New welding technique saves energy and makes cars safer

New welding technique saves energy and makes cars safer
  Ohio State University engineers have developed a new welding technique in which a high-voltage capacitor bank creates a very short electrical pulse inside a thin piece of aluminum foil.
29th October 2015

nCode Automation selected for managing & analysing test data

HBM nCode has announced that nCode Automation has been selected by Liebherr-Aerospace Toulouse as their preferred tool for performing robust and automated analyses. With this software adoption, HBM-nCode and Liebherr-Aerospace are continuing and strengthening their technical partnership. In addition to nCode Automation, Liebherr-Aerospace has also been a long-time user of nCode DesignLife for simulating the life of their equipment to ensure sustainability and nCode GlyphWorks for robust analysis of their test data.
20th October 2015

Interface provides network laser show control options

Interface provides network laser show control options
The recent Flashback 4 (FB-4) network interface from Pangolin Systems is now available in a professional and durable aluminium housing. The Pangolin FB-4 is an interface providing network laser show control options for Pangolin software products. It is the follower product of the QM-2000.net and designed for high performance application. Several FB-4 interfaces can be connected with normal network switches.
4th September 2015

Getting handy with water treatment

Getting handy with water treatment
  Chem-Aqua has launched HandiChem, an innovative solid-concentrate water treatment system. Consisting of HandiPak and HandiFeed, the system reduces the weight and handling burden in water treatment facilities and can also help reduce customers' carbon footprint.
19th August 2015


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