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January 11, 2018
Mach 2018 – Registration now Live
Visitors to this years Mach 2018 are invited to register early. This year sees an emphasis on the future of manufacturing and how it connects with technology. To demonstrate this, a new way for visitors to gain from the exhibition with everybody being provided with an interactive badge has been introduced. Visitors will be able to collect information from exhibitors in a quick and effective manner. Taking away the need to carry around brochures and paperwork. This year also sees a change of venue, with a move to the atrium side of the NEC, allowing the whole of the exhibition to be on one level.
To find out more about the exhibition, exhibitors and how to get your ticket visit the Mach website.
December 18, 2017
First parts off our new Matsuura!
The first parts are now successfully completed off our new 5 axis Matsuura. The part machined from 4 inch x 3 inch x 250mm Aluminium used 37 tools and included many complex features including two bores 180mm deep, that were finished with an adjustable boring head to achieve the required surface finish. The part features over 200 measurable dimensions and required a fully detailed first article inspection report.
November 9, 2017
ITN Explores careers and the future of modern engineering
ITN Productions have produced a new programme, 'Engineering the Next Generation', exploring modern engineering in the UK.
The programme looks at the diverse range of jobs available in the modern world of engineering, combining key industry interviews and news-style reports with sponsored editorial profiles of some of the leading organisations in the sector.
September 21, 2017
Engineering is one of the best degrees to make you rich!
A recent study has shown that a degree in engineering is one of the top five degrees held by the world's billionaires!
With more and more young people deciding to pursue a career in engineering hopefully this article will encourage more students into our profession.
Read the article