3D printing to help save oil & gas sector money

Scottish start-up will help deliver cost savings to oil & gas by making F1 tech commercially available with £175k Zero Waste Scotland grant

Exploring plasma treatment

Making the case for the ROI of plasma treatment equipment

Testing two component (2K) conformal coating materials

Electrolube put two component (2K) conformal coating materials to the test


Sweden's largest 3D-printer

Digital Mechanics has invested in a Fortus 900MC from Stratasys.

Ceramic versus hybrid bearings

Which is more more appropriate for your application?

Partnership speeds new component production

Focus is on metal additive manufacturing with integrated FEA

The future of rhenium

Rare metal with extraordinary properties examined

Keeping vibration within acceptable limits

Monitoring bearings and how prevention is better than cure

Choosing your next AM machine

Some important 3D printing tips for engineers

New carbon fibre centre celebrates opening

This could deliver £100m to the local economy by 2028

New material choices for AM

Elastomers offer greater 3D printing options

CT used for QT

Lighting manufacturer uses computed tomography to boost its quality control

Next-gen NOx detection

Exploring the use of NOx detectors in the area of burners and boilers

The interesting electric future of cobalt

Increasingly this brittle metal is see as more than just a by-product

Cost-effective coatings

New approach delivers compliant painting process for radiators

Unlimited creativity

Case study on how ultrasonic welding enables the design of head coverings for safe and durable toys

Form and function

Andrew Woods discusses the use of electroforming for aerospace lip skins and more

Light composite material created by novel process

‘One-shot’ process creates single continuous reinforced matrix with different regions of reinforcement



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