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Industrial Technology – tablet version


Alongside the printed, PDF and page-flip formats, Industrial Technology is also available as a digital publication on Apple and Android tablets. This builds on our platform of covering all aspects of design and manufacturing and extends the value proposition by providing all the benefits of an interactive electronic publication.

Closing the circle between the print world and the online world, the tablet edition of Industrial Technology enables readers to emailsuppliers, access those suppliers’ websites directly, watch associated videos, view supplier locations via Google Maps, access social media links and more, all without having to move from one medium to the other.
The Industrial Technology app also provides a platform for other of our publications, such as the innovative Industrial Technology EXTRA and our various specials through the year, such as Engineering in Sport.

To download the Industrial Technology app and the latest issues of our publications to your Apple or Android tablet, click on the app buttons.

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