Launched by Autodesk and The Manufacturer – and supported by key partners, the Future of British Manufacturing Initiative takes a hands-on approach to enabling British design and manufacturing companies to respond to the challenges of trends the likes of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things.
The largest manufacturing and engineering exhibition in the UK, MACH 2016 will be officially opened by British Olympic cycling champion, Sir Chris Hoy MBE.
Clothing store chain, H&M, has joined up with musician M.I.A. to launch the retailer’s latest sustainable campaign, World Recycle Week, which aims to collect and recycle unwanted garments.
If there is one manufacturing technologies exhibition you visit in Europe this year, make it MACH 2016. MACH is the UK’s largest and most well established manufacturing technologies showcase, organised by the industry for the industry.
With innovations in robot safety and remote monitoring, through to collaborative equipment and predictive maintenance; AABTLN's flagship conference - Automate UK, provides the opportunity to hear how the world of intelligent industrial automation is evolving faster than ever before.
One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of specialist chemicals, Arrow Solutions is heading to Infrarail 2016 with a ‘challenge’ for the sector.
The Manufacturer catches up with James Selka – CEO of the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), organiser of the biennial MACH exhibition.
If you only visit one manufacturing technologies exhibition in Europe this year, make it MACH 2016 – the UK’s largest and most well established manufacturing technologies showcase, organised by the industry for the industry.
Materialise is preparing to host a series of seminars with the aim of educating engineers and designers on the added value of metal 3D printing.
While attending the 14th International Festo Press Conference, Jonny Williamson spoke to senior executives about how Industry 4.0 may be disruptive, but offers huge potential for the automation industry.