The recent Why not physics? – a snapshot of girls’ uptake at A-level report foreword from Professor Dame Julia Higgins, claims that “an ill-judged quip that girls ‘can’t’ do maths, or physics is ‘too hard’, can lead to girls making life-changing decisions that alter the subject they study or the career they pursue.” In anticipation […]
By Karl Lycett, Rittal’s Product Manager for Climate Control Food processing is a sector that demands very high standards of efficiency to meet daily production throughput targets. Any unexpected breakdown of critical components which stops production lines can have a major impact, not just in terms of loss of output, but also unplanned maintenance.
HARTING has developed a range of miniaturised power interfaces with integrated electro-optical conversion, enabling customers to save time and money by combining electrical connectivity and optical transmission in the same module.
The operating conditions encountered by drive couplings within the railway industry are often highly demanding. Confined engine spaces and frequent stops with the engines running can lead to high temperatures. In addition, diverse environmental factors, such as varying climatic conditions and a service life of more than one million kilometres, call for coupling solutions that […]
At PPMA 2018, stand B01, Fortress Technology will unveil how its new Pipeline Ultra+ metal detector, featuring reduced flat surfaces, tackles cross contamination and the spread of bacteria to achieve optimal food safety.
Croft Filters Ltd are a leading UK manufacturer of over 31 years who specialises in supplying customised filtration solutions across the World. The Company supplies a range of industry sectors that including: Chemical, Oil, Gas, Energy, Pharmaceutical, Power Generation, Food and Beverage, Waste Water Management and Aerospace.
TF Automation has worked with Bolton Plastics, market leaders in the manufacture of blow-moulded automotive components, since 2007, supplying around 75 special purpose machines plus checking fixtures, test equipment and assembly aids.
By Karl Lycett, Rittal’s Product Manager for Climate Control
Authorised Yuasa battery distributor Gresham Power Electronics, the Salisbury based Defence and Commercial power conversion specialist, announces the availability of two series of high reliability VRLA batteries (valve-regulated lead-acid) from Yuasa’s wide industrial product range.
Compact in design, Resolve Optics Model 228 is a full featured, high performance RUVIS lens proven in the world of fingerprinting and forensic investigation.
14 June 2018 – Leading supplier of laser cutting and metal fabrication equipment, MBA Engineering, has announced a rapid increase in growth over the past year, following an influx of machine sales.
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To enthuse and motivate pupils in their science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) learning, global engineering company Renishaw has run a series of workshops for year six pupils at Llwynypia School in Tonypandy, South Wales. The company also involved parents and offered dedicated training to teaching staff to develop knowledge and confidence in teaching 3D […]
MapleSim 2018 family of products for system-level modeling expands modeling scope and improves toolchain connectivity
At PPMA, Rotech Machines is inviting visitors to put thermal inkjet (TIJ) to the test on any coding task. Unveiling an extended range of TIJ printers, the end-to-end coding systems specialist will demonstrate how this clean, cost-effective coding technology can challenge continuous inkjet (CIJ) and thermal transfer (TT) in a plethora of applications.
When a UK-based electricity producer was experiencing frequent breakdowns due to bearing failures in two industrial fan units, the plant requested the services of NSK to propose and implement a suitable solution. After performing an application review as part of NSK’s AIP (Added Value Programme), a change of bearing and fixing arrangement led to significant […]
The Manufacturing Technologies Association’s (MTA) flagship competition for schools, the Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge returns to Yamakazi Mazak’s European headquarters in Worcester, on 4th July for the finals day. The TDI Challenge is one of the MTA’s longest running outreach projects. This annual event has been going for fifteen years and exists to […]
Global engineering technologies company Renishaw will showcase its additively manufactured craniomaxillofacial (CMF) implants at this year’s British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (BAOMS) Annual Scientific Meeting. The meeting will attract many of the country’s top maxillofacial surgeons to the Gala Theatre, Durham, from 20th to 22nd June. Here they will present and receive updates […]
The importance of Corporate Social Responsibility in manufacturing If you find plastic in your food at a restaurant, you might want to send it back. But instead, should we be asking about where it came from and our part in it getting there? Here, Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at obsolete industrial parts supplier EU Automation, […]
A Hertfordshire based prototyping company has helped students at Coventry University bring a unique racing car to life for an annual competition. Ogle Models and Prototypes was asked to produce parts for the vehicle in a bid to reduce weight and maintain optimum performance ahead of the world’s biggest student motorsport competition.