ECDM Global – tablet version
ECDM Global – Engineering Components Design and Manufacture – is a new digital publication from Industrial Technology, delivered on Apple and Android tablets. Modern manufacturing is a global industry and companies of all sizes have many things in common: they all incorporate a design element, they have by their nature a manufacturing function, and they use components, equipment and materials that can be sourced from anywhere in the world.
ECDM's aim is to provide an interactive electronic publication which covers all aspects of design and manufacture in today's global business environment, and which will meet the needs of today's engineers. Closing the circle between the print world and the online world, ECDM enables readers to email suppliers, access those suppliers' websites directly, watch associated product videos, view supplier locations via Google Maps, access social media links and more, without having to move from one medium to the other.
Free from geographic boundaries when it comes to talking about the latest products or applications, ECDM provides not just an globally relevant digital 'magazine', but a portable interactive store of engineering information and suppliers' details that are instantly accessible.
Each issue, ECDM explores genuine solutions to the problems facing today's manufacturers as they struggle to boost productivity, increase quality and maximise their return on investment, in sectors of industry that become more competitive every day. To download the Industrial Technology app and the latest issue of ECDM Global to your Apple or Android tablet, click on the app buttons.
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