Machine tools manufacturer Yamazaki Mazak has launched a new generation of its multi-tasking i-series machine, specifically designed for the machining of heavy duty applications across a broad range of industries.
Technology used inside scoring vests worn by Taekwondo contestants has been explained to the GB Taekwondo team to give them a tactical advantage in the Olympics.
Big data is an area that seems almost recession-proof. It has seen incredible growth as companies feeling the pinch turn to big data companies to give them the competitive edge.
But what exactly is big data? And how can the average manufacturer use such vast swathes of complex data to its advantage? TM’s Kimberley Barber caught up with Tim Girgenti, Chief Marketing Officer at PROS to find out.
Felicity Burch, an economist at manufacturers’ organisation EEF, blogs on the juxtaposition between how the government says it is going to support R&D and what is actually happening on the ground…
PressureFab Group, a supplier of transport and development equipment for the offshore oil and gas industry, will invest £935k to upgrade its Scottish facility, which will create 25 jobs over the next two years.
Tom Moore reviews latest CAD software installment from Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens Industry Automation Division.
Plymouth-based Fine Tubes has developed a product with scientists at CERN in Switzerland for the Large Hadron Collider which can stand up to temperatures close to absolute zero (-273.15°).
A new £80m package to keep the UK at the forefront of advances in aerospace and advanced manufacturing has been announced by Business Secretary Vince Cable.