Machining  |  Tooling  |  Workholding  |  CADCAM/CNC  |  Environment  |  Metrology  |  Subcontracting  |  Industry Sectors  |  Services

Page 1 of 209 2 3 4 5 »» Machinery News

LPW Technology & AMA partner to supply metal powder solutions for French AM market 17/11/2017

LPW Technology is extending its partnership base in Europe and North Africa to further support its customers.  Read More

More than £18m to go to manufacturing innovations 17/11/2017

Innovate UK is to invest £18.4 million into businesses and organisations within the UK manufacturing and materials sector.   Read More

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to speak at the National Manufacturing Conference 2018 17/11/2017

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be a keynote political speaker at EEF’s National Manufacturing Conference in London on 20 February 2018.   Read More

Free EEF conference on Making Brexit Work 16/11/2017

As Brexit negotiations pick up pace, the EEF is inviting people to an exclusive and free half day conference: Making Brexit Work – Preparing Manufacturers for Brexit  Read More

New BOHS chief named 16/11/2017

BOHS, the Chartered Society for Worker Health Protection, has named its new chief executive.  Read More

JCB helps engineer WW1 tank tribute 15/11/2017

JCB has helped TV personality Guy Martin to engineer a tribute to the role tanks played in helping change the course of the First World War.    Read More

Piranha range from Leader takes a bite out of production inefficiency 15/11/2017

Workholding and manufacturing ancillary specialist Leader Chuck Systems has recently added the Piranha Clamp range of high precision centring vices to its product portfolio.   Read More

Firm earns international business management standard 15/11/2017

A South Derbyshire company has reaffirmed its commitment to putting its staff and clients first by earning a globally recognised business management standard.  Read More

AFRC achieves international standard for trio of materials testing techniques 14/11/2017

The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) at the University of Strathclyde has received international accreditation for three laboratory testing and calibration techniques, marking a significant endorsement for the centre’s materials testing and research capabilities.   Read More

Mollart develops super finishing process achieving 25 micron straightness over 800mm bore depth 14/11/2017

The application development team at Mollart Engineering has created a specialised gundrilling operation with the ability to super finish tubular bores in 400 Series stainless steel to 0.8 Ra surface roughness standard while maintaining a straightness tolerance within 25 microns over a bore depth of 800 mm.   Read More

JJ Churchill reorganises to give ‘absolute focus’ to aerospace & gas turbine industries 14/11/2017

JJ Churchill is reorganising to give an absolute focus to the aerospace, gas turbine and diesel engine industries.  Read More

EAMA: Q3 mechanical engineering posts a solid performance 13/11/2017

While mechanical engineering companies enjoyed another strong performance in Q3, maintaining the momentum built up earlier in the year, finding skilled people remains one of the two top concerns with nearly half (45%) of firms reporting job vacancies.    Read More

Employer-led training hub opens in bid to flood UK with talent 13/11/2017

A £4 million training hub has been officially opened, with bosses urging other manufacturers to step forward to avoid a skills drain caused by the uncertainty of Brexit.  Read More

EEF chief appointed chair of Institute of Export 10/11/2017

EEF chief Terry Scuoler has been appointed as chair of the Institute of Export and International Trade.  Read More

Bumotec impresses at the AMRC 10/11/2017

Dozens of engineers recently saw the Starrag Bumotec s191 linear CNC multi-function turn-mill centre’s capabilities after it was put through its paces at the AMRC with Boeing Centre in Sheffield.  Read More

Brandauer targets £1m sales with Productronica appearance 10/11/2017

One of Europe’s largest independent stamping and presswork specialists is heading to Productronica next week with new electronics technology for the automotive sector.   Read More

Tooling specialist Walter AG acquires cloud platform firm Comara 09/11/2017

German tooling specialist Walter AG has officially revealed to its UK audience that it has acquired ‘appCom’ cloud platform owner Comara, as revealed in Machinery’s EMO review in October (p14 – see link at end of article).  Read More

Thumbs up for Seco Tools Open House 09/11/2017

Seco Tools (UK) has reported that its recently-held ‘Inspiration through Innovation’ Open House that took place at the company’s Technology Centre on the 10 and 11 October was a huge success with over 715 visitors attending the event over the two days.  Read More

UK gasket maker to open £2.8m hi-tech facility 09/11/2017

UK gasket manufacturer J. A. Harrison will unveil new hi-tech production facilities this month, which are designed to earn it accreditation to work with the world’s most heavily regulated industries.  Read More

Trumpf breaks sales record and predicts more growth 08/11/2017

German sheet metal machinery and laser specialist Trumpf Group broke a sales record during its 2016/2017 fiscal year, seeing sales exceed €3 billion for the first time. Next year is looking good too, since orders received increased 21% to €3.4 billion, well ahead of the €2.8 billion figure achieved in 2015/16, so the group expects sales, as well as orders received, to rise in this fiscal year (Trumpf’s fiscal years end on 30 June).  Read More

Mazak apprentices win three awards 08/11/2017

Apprentices at Yamazaki Mazak have scooped three awards at the annual Worcestershire Group Training Association awards ceremony.  Read More

Metal powders, parts & machine optimisation aligned to build AM production 08/11/2017

LPW Technology Ltd and Magnitude Innovations Ltd are combining their additive manufacturing (AM) experience to support the industrialisation of metal AM.   Read More

New ‘Government Envoy for the Year of Engineering’ revealed 08/11/2017

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has welcomed the appointment of Stephen Metcalfe MP (pictured) as the new Government Envoy for the Year of Engineering – the campaign that will see government join forces with industry to give thousands of young people direct and inspiring experiences of engineering throughout 2018.  Read More

UK Space Agency funds STEM education projects 07/11/2017

The UK Space Agency has awarded £210,000 of funding to seven new education and outreach activities.   Read More

Firms told to ‘take a bite’ out of new skills funding 07/11/2017

Manufacturers in the Black Country and Shropshire are being urged to take advantage of a major upskilling opportunity that aims to help improve productivity and deliver more efficient workforces.  Read More

Page 1 of 209 2 3 4 5 »»

Most Read News

1

ESAB Cloud Services
ESAB Welding and Cutting Products has launched ESAB Cloud ...

2

PMI hits 56.3 in October
The UK manufacturing sector started the final quarter of ...

3

Mills Open House success
Mills CNC, the exclusive distributor of Doosan machine ...