Oerlikon AM and RUAG Space - the Space Division of Swiss technology group, RUAG - have joined forces to accelerate the serial production of 3D printed components.
The quest for metal lightweighting - the ability to make parts lighter – is prompting a whole new way to think about design and manufacture.
The latest Director’s Forum Dinner saw senior managers from across industry come together to discuss the exciting challenges UK manufacturing business face on their “digital voyage”.
Since the airshow began on Monday 16 July, aerospace giants, Airbus and Boeing have fought for every deal available.
Charges have been filed against a former Apple employee for allegedly stealing the company’s self-driving car data; what does this tell us about the value and vulnerability of data?
The world’s largest chemical producer, BASF, has announced a major investment in the Belgian-headquartered supplier of 3D printing technologies.
Every manufacturer that performs aftermarket service has one goal in mind: to prevent asset downtime and maximise equipment usage for their customers. So, what do the top 20% of firms do differently to the other 80%?
IMechE's Formula Student event saw students from all over the world race F1 cars they built from scratch at Silverstone race track; The Manufacturer reports trackside.
Universities from all over the world including Australia, India and Europe gathered at Silverstone race track over five days for IMechE’s annual motorsport competition; Formula Student. The Manufacturer spent a day in the pits to capture the action.
A 200mph electric supercar - dubbed a "British engineering tour de force" - is to be developed and built by new company, Dendrobium Automotive.