Articles by Fred Tongue
Additive manufacturing has been around since 1983, but it has not yet been adopted by mainstream manufacturing, what is missing for AM to breakthrough.
When it comes to robots and automation in the workplace, many businesses still regard automation as a “nice-to-have” that’s only meant for the biggest players in the market.
As the government works out its response to manufacturers’ demands for a comprehensive new industrial strategy, The Manufacturer is launching its annual survey of sentiment around the sector.
A specialist manufacturer of armchair mechanisms is set to boost production and increase its exports to Europe, with support of a six-figure funding package from Lloyds Bank.
Data has been described as the “new oil” and is fast becoming a business-critical part of every manufacturing organisation, but how do you make the best use of data once you have collected it.
In order to become a company focused on innovation you need to have enabling technology. Greg Rowe Ltd let us know how they became an innovator.
David Atkinson, head of manufacturing for Commercial Banking at Lloyds Bank looks at a recent survey into productivity and the risks for UK businesses
The Manufacturer and IBM recently brought together some of the top minds and leading manufacturers in the country to discuss the state of British manufacturing at an invite-only dinner in Birmingham.
Some of the most influential and respected UK manufacturers recently came together to discuss how companies can overcome the challenge of adopting new technologies.
What is the role of deep design thinking in improving products and ultimately the corporate bottom line for manufacturing businesses?