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Investment in prototyping

Tube machining and joining is now quicker

New engineering plastic profiles

These are designed for wear resistant and self-lubricating motion applications

Facial reconstruction partnership

Craniomaxillofacial implants to be made by additive methods

Graphene Put To Use In Running Shoes

Runners to benefit from the world’s first two-dimensional material

New inserts for automated machine tool cleaning

Swarf busting tech for tool holders

New AM filament

The material offers improved properties for 3D printers

Increased security for digital manufacturing

A new industry partnership is being created to protect digital intellectual property

Better voxel control

Advances in software enable greater flexibility for 3D printing

3D printing made simple

New software launches for easy 3D calibration of integrated scan systems

New silicone sponge for rail industry seals

Typical uses to include door and roof seals, enclosure seals, HVAC seals and gaskets

New polymer facility opens

The £10 million Polymer Innovation Centre in Lancashire, England is now operational for pilot-plant scale manufacturing of new polymers

Additive methods accelerate scooter development

This 3D-printed self-balancing scooter was developed by students at the University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten in Germany

Plastic fantastic: creating with a clean conscience

Terry O’Reilly explores how the big companies are starting to act on creating with a clean conscience, including Proctor & Gamble, Head & Shoulders, and IKEA

A smoother finish

This new CAM package is designed to improve surface quality for machinists

The true power of the prototype

Austen Miller explores the often misunderstood role of the prototype and takes a look at its future

Switching to cast polyurethane parts

High-performance polyurethanes combine the advantages of plastics, metals and ceramics with the resiliency of rubber parts

A guide to photo chemical etching

Albert Tsang offers the design engineer’s guide to photo chemical etching

To cast, or not to cast?

Richard Phillips reveals the prime candidates for conversion of fabrications and assemblies to castings

Scientists pioneer a way to make everyday goods from carbon dioxide

Creation of a new tunable catalyst capable of utilising captured carbon dioxide as a key raw material for polyols

Exploring alloy-based protection

Will alloy-inducing anti-corrosion agents make metal blasting a thing of the past?

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