3D printing is enabling some extraordinary things. In some cases, life-saving. In others, world-changing. But, there is a darker side to 3D printing, one which could see the proliferation of weapons.
Paul Blackaby loves his job. But he says that a hard Brexit will threaten the future of this Georgian-era company.
Boeing has today opened a £40m production facility in Sheffield, this is the company’s first manufacturing site in Europe.
After clearing up at The Manufacturer MX Awards 2015, one of Yorkshire’s fastest growing manufacturers - Lambert Engineering - has recorded its best year to date.
When you think of printing, you probably do not initially think of the environmental implications that the industry has. In fact, using vast quantities of water, is essential in the printing process.
Employees at foreign-owned manufacturing firms in Britain are twice as productive as those at domestic-owned manufacturers, according to new research.
A new technology developed by engineers has uncovered the unique 'fingerprints' of 3D printers, which could help trace weapons and counterfeit goods.
Companies, Rolls-Royce and Intel are collaborating on designs for sophisticated intelligent shipping systems that could make commercial shipping safer.
Should we be concerned by the fact that Sir James Dyson has decided his electric vehicles are to be made in an as-yet unbuilt factory in Singapore?
Scotch whisky exports increased in the first half of 2018 to £1.97bn, this a 10.8% rise in the value of exports compared to the previous year.