Packaging manufacturer, The Cardboard Box Company, has collaborated with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) to develop a cost-effective automated system which uses a robotic arm to palletise bundles of boxes.
Japanese automaker Mazda has announced that it will be bringing a new super-efficient gasoline engine to market.
Manufacturer of nickel alloy wires, bars and wire rope, Alloy Wire International (AWI), has sealed several new contracts after a major surge in demand for its ‘Emergency Manufacturing Service (EMS)’.
Mercedes-Benz Trucks has reportedly taken its 3D printing strategy one stage further by printing robust, heat resistant metal parts from digital data records.
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Provider for gas, electricity and renewable energy, ScottishPower Ltd., has been granted consent for a wind farm off the coast, using engines two and a half times as big as the Big Ben.
A group of large German automobile manufacturers met last week in Berlin to discuss the future of diesel fuel cars.
A company in the US appears has taken the unusual step of being one of the first in the world to implant chips in its employees.
SIFCO Applied Surface Concepts UK has developed the first collaborative robotic selective plating station for aviation landing gear manufactured by Safran Landing Systems.