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Flexible electronic devices could become easier to manufacture thanks to a novel component developed at Surrey University, researchers claim.
Catalytic converters could become smaller, cheaper and more fuel-efficient thanks to a new manufacturing process developed at Imperial College London.
Researchers are investigating the use of ultra-violet light to create thin films with potential applications in sterile packaging and solar panels.
Will we ever be able to 3D print an aircraft wing? Our panel of experts answers your questions on what additive manufacturing can and can’t do.
This brochure sets out Sandvik Coromant’s approaches to tool logistics and the ways in which it can help clients to maximise efficiency.
This data sheet presents the Kitagawa PWT(C) series of two-jaw power wing chucks, which have a two-jaw type for gripping irregular workpieces.
The Dewetron DEWE-FS test system provides driver guidance for predefined manoeuvres and it automatically determines lane deviation or delta yaw rates during those manoeuvres.
Aerotech has developed a line of materials, bearings, magnetics, electronics, feedback devices, motion controllers and software to meet the requirements of the nanotechnology industries.
Fronius has introduced the Accupocket 150/400, a portable welding unit that is powered by built-in lithium-ion rechargeable batteries for off-grid use. Applications include repair welding or site-erection work in remote terrain where there is no direct access to mains electricity.
A six-axis Kuka KR 30/15L robot from Kuka Robotics has been used to measure flow data at various points, helping Airbus monitor flow conditions on the wings of a model aircraft.
The pull-back chuck from 1st Machine Tool Accessories (1st MTA) is designed for internal gripping. The chuck is part of the PUE series from 1st MTA.