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30 July 2021

A DRY ice blaster with integrated dry ice production directly from liquid Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the first of its kind, according to Kärcher.

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30 July 2021

THE INTELLIGENT DC emergency power supply UPSI-2412 from Bicker Elektronik in combination with suitable LiFePO4 or Supercap energy storage devices, reliably bridges power failures and brownouts, so that the uninterruptible 24 VDC power supply of process-relevant systems is guaranteed at all times.

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30 July 2021

COVENTRY-BASED precision engineering business Harris RCS has taken delivery of its first two industrial robots to reap the benefits of factory automation.

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30 July 2021

POWER LINK Machines (UK) Ltd was sentenced for safety breaches after the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) was informed the company was using gaskets within its generator sets that contained asbestos.

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30 July 2021

NOKIA HAS announced that KUKA, a leading manufacturer of industrial robots and automation solutions, will deploy Nokia 5G SA private wireless networking at KUKA’s Smart Production and Development Center in Augsburg, Germany.

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29 July 2021

The ability to innovate manufacturing processes has been at the heart of everything promoted by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) since its formation. The development of new processes and systems and their ability to revolutionise production methods has shaped the modern world

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23 July 2021

WESTERN BUSINESS Media is excited to announce the launch of the Protection and Asset Management Series of digital conferences, which includes IPE Live on Wednesday 20 October 2021.

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23 July 2021

AFTER A challenging 18 months, growth for the UK manufacturing sector is set to double this year [1]. Despite production lines gathering speed, challenges such as a widening skills gap, increasing demand and unplanned downtime risk are still prevalent. Optimised operations depend on reliable equipment, which in turn depends on an effective maintenance programme:

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23 July 2021

GETTING TO grips with robotic automation is now even easier with the launch of ABB’s Virtual Assistance support service.

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23 July 2021

LORIEN ENGINEERING Solutions has appointed two new directors to its UK board following the retirement of director Bill Treddenick and a series of project wins to support its continued expansion.

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22 July 2021

To keep pace with ongoing expansion and increasingly large orders in the burgeoning Irish medical and pharmaceutical sectors, mould-maker and moulder, Avenue, invested in three FANUC ROBOSHOT electric injection moulding machines

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22 July 2021

With the need to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions becoming ever more vital, recovering the waste heat from air compressors offers manufacturers a significant opportunity to do just this

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22 July 2021

Industry 4.0 is a hot topic for society, politics and the economy. But what about digitisation in metal-working companies? What does it mean for joining technology with its various welding processes and how do companies stand to benefit? The focus here is on cost effectiveness and competitiveness

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22 July 2021

ONE OF the key learnings from COVID-19 is the importance of industrial expertise. UK manufacturers who worked together to produce over 14,000 ventilators during the pandemic [1], is just one example of how collaboration and knowledge-sharing has helped drive recovery.

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20 July 2021

There are several ways Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) savings can be achieved through effective lubrication, so it is important that it is seen as a priority for operators.

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19 July 2021

With Smart Manufacturing and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies increasingly being used to improve autonomous decision-making in industrial operations, Jeremy Shinon looks at how the Edge is crucial in supporting the digital transformation of businesses.

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16 July 2021

MAINSTREAM ERP providers don't cater for service. It’s just a fact, most ERPs were designed for manufacturers and focus on finance, not service. And those service staff are left struggling with day to day operations knowing the decision-makers will never agree to replace their system. But, you don't necessarily need to change your ERP says Gary Jones, head of sales at Service Geeni.

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16 July 2021

LORIEN ENGINEERING Solutions has once again achieved an internationally recognised award for demonstrating the highest health and safety standards.

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16 July 2021

OPERATORS OF onshore wind turbines are always looking to maximise power output and profitability. Therefore, any tool that can reduce turbine maintenance requirements and improve reliability is incredibly useful. To deliver these benefits, Altra Renewables has employed Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology to provide smart monitoring of onshore wind turbine braking systems, which improves turbine reliability while simultaneously increasing uptime.

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16 July 2021

RESEARCHERS AT the National Robotarium, hosted by Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, have secured £586,000 to develop 3D laser beams whose shape can be changed. The innovation is set to transform the manufacturing and healthcare technology industries, making it easier and cheaper to produce products that require highly-precise manufacturing, such as medical equipment and mobile devices.

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