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Machinery briefing - ISO 9001 update imminent 25/07/2014

Global quality management system ISO 9001, first published in 1987, will see a major revision published next year – ISO 9001:2015. Standards organisation BSI's lead programme manager, governance & resilience Sally Swingewood (pictured) explains all to Andrew Allcock  Read More

MACH 2014 preview - in positive mood and with perfect timing 07/04/2014

Andrew Allcock previews this year's MACH manufacturing show, highlighting the positive news surrounding economic conditions and the show's increasing breadth of coverage and attraction   Read More

XYZ Machine Tools - Inaugural Manufacturing South West Exhibition at expanded premises 11/11/2013

Steed Webzell reports, following his visit to the inaugural Manufacturing South West event, hosted by XYZ Machine Tools in Devon last month - online feature only  Read More

Roaring forties - Renishaw gets into its stride 03/09/2013

Renishaw hit 40 earlier this year. Since 2000, it has been steadily growing its UK and international footprint, getting badly buffeted along the way, but is now in expansionist mood, as Andrew Allcock reports   Read More

Control 2013 preview 14/05/2013

Andrew Allcock previews the annual Control show, held at Stuttgart Exhibition Centre, highlighting just a few of the developments that will be unveiled  Read More

Innovation to die for 07/05/2013

Tool, die and mouldmaking operations require a skill set that is virtually unique in the machine shop segment. And, as Steed Webzell discovers, the technology is remarkably impressive, too  Read More

Unusual measurements 29/03/2013

Andrew Allcock gets the measure of latest news in the application and development of metrology technology, discovering some surprising applications in this area  Read More

Mould making and mould manufacturing technology 09/11/2012

A rapid moulding prototyping service is favourite for Eaton Electric, while Delcam software supports a multitude of processes at a Belarus tyre mould-making facility. Plus product and news updates  Read More

Micro-manufacturing under the magnifier 02/11/2012

The fifth edition of the micro-manufacturing exhibition MM Live will take place at the NEC in Birmingham from 25-26 September. Steed Webzell sets the scene  Read More

The many sides of Hexagon 03/08/2012

Andrew Allcock travelled to Telford, to Hexagon Metrology's UK Precision Centre, to catch up on metrology and company news. Portable measurement technology is particularly active, he finds, while industry metrology knowledge has taken a slide (extended online feature)  Read More

Making perfect parts 09/03/2012

How can you be sure, when you press the cycle start button, that you will machine a perfect part? Metrology Software Products (MSP) has developed a suite of software that can make that possible. Andrew Allcock reports (extended article)  Read More

Autosport manufacturing made easy 05/01/2012

Complex parts, tight tolerances, difficult materials? Nothing a trip to Autosport 2012 won't resolve. Steed Webzell previews the main attractions  Read More

X-ray vision and more 02/01/2012

The application of computer tomography is still limited in engineering, but one German mould maker is benefiting. Elsewhere, probing is paying dividends. Andrew Allcock reports (includes links to product information and videos)  Read More

Southern Manufacturing 2012 preview 02/01/2012

Steed Webzell previews Southern Manufacturing 2012, which has grown to become the UK's largest regional manufacturing technology and subcontracting exhibition (with video links)  Read More

Core business - EuroMold 2011 preview 29/11/2011

The optimised machining of moulds and dies, and associated features such as cores and cavities, will take centre stage at EuroMold 2011. Steed Webzell previews the main attractions   Read More

Micro Epsilon UK explains non-contact displacement measurement 09/09/2011

Chris Jones, managing director at Micro-Epsilon UK, compares the four primary methods of non-contact displacement measurement, highlighting latest miniature confocal sensors for small bore/cavity applications  Read More

Without Comparison 21/04/2011

Renishaw's new Equator is a comparator unlike any other. It adopts what is still novel construction and is targeting the bespoke hard gauging market globally. Andrew Allcock was at its launch (video)  Read More

MEDTEC 2011 - exhibition preview 01/04/2011

Machinery is an official media partner of the forthcoming MEDTEC UK 2011 exhibition from 6-7 April at the Birmingham NEC. Steed Webzell previews the main attractions  Read More

Southern Manufacturing 19/01/2011

Southern Manufacturing 2011 takes place from 16-17 February 2011, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm at the Farnborough International Venue and Events (FIVE), Hants. Some 400+ suppliers will be there. Machinery reports  Read More

Seeing the bigger picture 17/01/2011

Machinery reveals how the National Physical Laboratory's FreeForm Centre for industrial non-contact measurement is informing Jaguar Land Rover's manufacturing processes   Read More

Measured benefits 20/12/2010

White light scanning has provided Kevin Wheatcroft, owner of Donington Park racetrack, with the solution to the manufacture of spares for elderly vehicles. Elsewhere, a large CMM has been key  Read More

Trackside at Autosport Engineering 2011 16/12/2010

Machinery previews what is certain to be another rewarding event for visitors and exhibitors alike at Autosport Engineering 2011  Read More

Full speed ahead 21/10/2010

If there is one factor sure to help competitive gain, it's rapid manufacturing. In light of the forthcoming TCT 2010 exhibition, Steed Webzell reviews the latest developments  Read More

Thankful for small blessings 27/09/2010

MM Live 2010, taking place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry from 19-20 October, promises much for the micro-manufacturing fraternity. Steed Webzell previews this much anticipated event  Read More

Enlightened approach 08/09/2010

Subcontractor Dawson Precision Components, Oldham, Lancs, has invested in training its workforce and upgrading its quality credentials before, during and after the recession. Andrew Allcock caught up with the company at MACH 2010, in June  Read More

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