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Rolls-Royce has produced the largest ever civil aero engine component using 3D printing, working with the new National Centre for Additive Manufacturing at the Manufacturing Technology Centre
Researchers in Sweden have used a bioprinter to create electrically conductive 3D objects from cellulose.
The annual international aerospace jamboree’s French leg starts this week, while in the UK, Bloodhound announces its debut.
A 3D printing machine capable of rapidly producing anything from aerospace components to car parts as cheaply as traditional manufacturing techniques is being developed in Sheffield.
What’s in the air? Four experts answer your questions on the latest developments in civil aircraft.
From industry 4.0 to 4D printing, delegates at the opening day of The Engineer’s 2015 conference learned about the technologies that are shaping the future of manufacturing
Several events this week are aiming to throw a spotlight on the importance of innovation, both for the economy and for improving people’s lives
Ahead of his appearance at The Engineer Conference in June, we asked Dick Elsy to outline some ofg the ways in which the High Value Manufacturing Catapult can help SMEs
UK-led advances in 3D printing could one day lead to techniques able to produce entire electronic devices in one shot. Jon Excell reports
Rob Rickell is at the helm of a company that has grown into an automotive business supplying complete all-wheel drives