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Engineering Update
July 2016
The July edition is here! This month we focus on Cable Management & Fluid control as well as events for the rest of 2016.
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Low Profile Clamping
“As soon as you open your mind to doing things differently, the doors of opportunity practically fly off their hinges.” Low profile or irregular shaped workpieces present a familiar set of challenges to engineers. Will it provide maximum holding force with little such little grip? Can we machine the face of the clamp to suit the workpiece? Do the clamps restrict access?
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Eurotherm - Life Is On
PLC or PID Controller?
What’s the difference and how do you decide what technology you need? In general terms PLCs are probably one of most widely used pieces of control and automation technology. The clue really comes from the name PLC, or “programmable logic controller”. It is the fact that they are programmable that makes them so versatile in their application.
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Loewer K4TD 1350 Beltmaster
Cirrus Laser speeds up production with innovative new machine
Cirrus Laser, one of the UK’s largest sub-contract laser and water jet cutting companies, has significantly increased its manufacturing process with the introduction of a new custom-built machine, sourced by leading supplier of metal finishing equipment and consumables, Engineering Utilities.
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David Mallinson - Director, Lorien
Engineering design and project management specialist Lorien Engineering Solutions has promoted David Mallinson to its board as engineering director. David joins managing director Steve Slater, operations director Bill Treddenick, and directors Roy Klek and Steve Turner.
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jbj Drive Line Harmony
jbj Techniques
jbj Techniques is a specialist supplier of high-quality products for the mechanical power transmission and fluid power sectors. The company offers a high level of in-house expertise plus a huge selection of products to meet a very broad range of customer applications.
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Tube & Brackett
Royal Mail takes a step forward in ergonomics and efficiency
New equipment supplied by the Tube and Bracket Company has been introduced at Royal Mail to save workspace and reduce staff injury. Conveyors now enable operators to tip loads at a lower level. Mail is automatically dropped onto the conveyor and rolls down in front of the operators who are waiting to sort it.
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