The UK governement has launched today a new export strategy aiming to increase UK total exports as a proportion of GDP to 35%, but how effective could it be?
3D printing is enabling many advancements, from improving ecosystems and the medical industry to reducing emissions; Siemens latest innovation is embracing additive manufacturing and its capabilities.
As a recent graduate, it seems gaining a degree allows you to learn the process of an industry but not necessarily application to the job you wish to work.
Industry 4.0 is happening and manufacturers face challenges in the adoption of these technologies. A recent report claims issues in this adoption change from internal barriers to more technical ones over the digitalisation journey; where is your business?
The notion that manufacturing jobs are badly paid has been laid to rest, with the average salary sitting at £32.5k, compared to £29k for the economy overall and £28.3k for services.
Rising ocean temperatures have led to bleached corals that are devastating the environment. Could producing artificial corals via additive manufacturing fix this fragile ecosystem?
Yesterday was one of the UK’s national obsessions, A-level results day. We spoke to award-winning trainee engineer Maria Collins, who is encouraging school-leavers to consider more vocational routes.
Pre-conception, conception, evolution and revolution are the phases of digital transformation for manufacturers according to EEF, where does your business sit?
The aftermath of Brexit has been looming for some time now and manufacturers are aware of the implications a hard Brexit might bring. Are they preparing?
Fluxaxis, has a range of advanced 3D printing machines that are able to produce products and parts on any scale with the service like no other in the world, 3D printing engineer Jake Augur says.