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Advanced Engineering 2020

NEC, Birmingham(B40 1NT)

04/11/2020 - 05/11/2020

The UK's largest annual advanced manufacturing trade show, Advanced Engineering is your opportunity to (more)

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Replacement gears enable the adventure to continue onward
Driving through the fringes of the Gobi Desert in his 1955 Bentley Continental, Peter Noble resolved to buy a car more suitable for such pioneering motoring roads, and in 1991 bought a 1925 Lanchester 40HP Tourer, one of only 7 left hand drive cars ever made. A chance viewing of the Whicker’s (more...)
Renold Gears Ltd
Published: - 6th January 2009
Following a rigorous judging process, Schaeffler (UK)’s automotive component manufacturing plant in Llanelli, South Wales, was awarded the Manufacturing Prize at the Wales Quality Awards 2008 – at the first time of entering the competition. A team of five staff, including plant director (more...)
Published: - 6th January 2009
Siemens PLM Software has announced that CAM Express software with synchronous technology is now shipping. CAM Express incorporates Siemens PLM Software’s new breakthrough history-free, feature-based design technology. The new version 6.0.1 includes additional model editing tools leveraging (more...)
Published: - 6th January 2009
The Olympic Games in London in 2012 will provide a supreme challenge for more than just the athletes competing in them. They will also push to the limits the capacities of the logistical and communications infrastructures of the UK's capital city, for the athletes and for the hundreds of (more...)
The IET
Published: - 25th November 2008
Designers of new technological systems for major sports events will come under the spotlight at a seminar which will highlight accessibility, especially for disabled and older people. The seminar, "Designs on the Games", on Tuesday, October 7, is sponsored by the Institution of Engineering (more...)
The IET
Published: - 3rd September 2008
Air knives hold the key in bike washing booth
It's easy to wash a motorbike, but drying it efficiently and fast is another question altogether. So says Mike Kelland, one of the team responsible for technical development at THI (UK), the Truro-based valeting equipment manufacturer whose jet wash units and other forecourt appliances are marketed (more...)
Published: - 3rd January 2007
Amateur astronomer plans to map galaxy's structure
Should you happen to come across John McKay's house, high in the hills above Settle, North Yorkshire, you might think that you had stumbled into a scene from 'Last of the Summer Wine'. In a field behind the house you will find a strange, dish-shaped construction and perhaps a retired gentleman or (more...)
Published: - 3rd January 2007
Apprentice of the Year Award
Whilst many UK manufacturers are abandoning their take-up of engineering apprentices, Tiverton-based HepcoMotion continues to strengthen its commitment. And one of the company's current apprentices, Katie Webber (pictured with HepcoMotion MD Ray Hall), has just won the regional final of the (more...)
Published: - 3rd January 2007
Baldor is buying Rockwell Automation's Power Systems division - consisting of the Dodge mechanical and Reliance Electric motors and repairs businesses - for $1.8bn. Rockwell announced in June that it was looking for buyer for the division, so that it could focus on its automation activities. (more...)
Published: - 3rd January 2007
Schaeffler UK has been awarded the 'Education, Skills and Leadership Award' at the CBI's 'Human Capital Awards' for its outstanding performance in people management. Schaeffler beat the likes of McDonalds, ARM, Baxi Heating UK and the Serco Group to win the award. (more...)
Published: - 3rd January 2007
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