What’s best, pultrusion or pull-winding?

How to select the right material for the job

Five tips to manage business uncertainty

How can the chaos of Brexit be successfully navigated?

Is the defence industry the most demanding for motors?

Small motors in bomb disposal machines and breathing apparatus are life savers



UK manufacturers speak out about uncertainty

New report by Advanced Engineering takes the temperature of industry

The three emerging technologies transforming manufacturing in 2019

What can we expect to see making changes to our lifestyles this year?

How to choose a screw drive

A brief guide from Challenge Europe

While politicians flounder, engineers prepare for Brexit

This is how one bearing supplier is addressing EU stockpiling

What trends emerged from bauma 2019?

Why there is a growing need for lower-volume bespoke manufacturing

Additive manufacturing range expands

This latest offering is designed for larger parts

Increasing the numbers of women in STEM

It’s about more than just enforcing equal pay

The tangible benefits of VR in the engineering space

Some thoughts on what we can expect in the future

Is standard lubrication holding you back?

Some thoughts on keeping bearings in top condition

Using VR For Building Information Modelling

VR and BIM: a winning combination

Keep the Ball Rolling: Bearing Lubrication

Getting bearing lubrication right

Making precision robotics a reality

Some thoughts on thin section bearings in industrial applications

Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution

Technologies leading the fourth industrial revolution

The new AM reality is coming

“Playtime’s over, but don’t panic,” says Materialise. Additive Manufacturing is on the cusp of going mainstream

Have no fear, the robot is here

Why automation is good news for humans and industry. Jonathan Wilkins discusses why the implementation of robots is having a positive impact on the human workforce

Prevention of white etching cracks in rolling bearings

The formation of white etching cracks in rolling bearings can lead to their premature failure. However, a number of innovative solutions have been developed that significantly reduce the risk of WEC, says Dr Steve Lacey



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