Robotics & Automation
Chorley-based engineering specialists, Lyndhurst Precision Engineering, is continuing to establish its reputation for cost effective engineering solutions for a leading Japanese automotive company.
Engineering firm, adi Group, has manufactured and installed an advanced kegging facility featuring a 50,000 unit per hour canning line and a tank farm with a capacity of almost 6.5 million litres at Thatchers’ Sandford plant.
Derby-based Tidyco, supplier of hydraulic and pneumatic products to the UK rail industry, has spent £150,000 on tube bending machinery in a move it says will open up new markets.
German steel manufacturer Dillinger is to launch a unique operation system to automatically inspect the surface of heavy plate for localised hard spots.
Black Country metal components manufacturer Clamason Industries has signaled its intentions for future growth by placing a major order at MACH 2018 today.
Electricity is expensive – in the long term, often much more expensive than the motors it powers. Steve Brambley urges plant purchasers to look beyond the price tag and ask about efficiency.
UK- based women’s healthcare company, Concepta achieves certification for manufacturing myLotus product at Doncaster facility.
A new laser measuring system will be given its UK debut at MACH 2018 and is promising to reduce the time taken to measure cutting tools by 60%.
Siemens has taken over ownership of the leading supplier of industrial Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS) focusing on applications in production and enabling efficient use of collaborative mobile robots.
Leading sub-contact machining specialist, Muller Holdings, has become one of the first manufacturers in the UK to secure a prestigious new automotive quality accreditation.