maxon motor’s catch up with Philip Norman, from Ross Robotics, who has made his modular robots even more modular.
As part of the EU Commission’s ongoing revision to the Eco-Design Directive, pump manufacturers across Europe want to implement the extended product approach (EPA) for water pumps.
Large gantry-style milling machines are the specialty of machine builder Kao Ming from Taiwan. The long travels of up to 13m provide challenging requirements for the supply of power and data.
Smiths Interconnect provided Thales Alenia Space with high performance microstrip circulators embedded into the active antenna Transmitter/Receiver modules, as well as low profile solderless interposers for the core electronics of the satellite.
William Hughes has come to the aid of an automotive seat manufacturer, providing a spot-welded grid assembly to complete an under-seat storage unit for a market leading city van.
A look back at developments in industrial measurement technology in 2019, and a look forward at the expected trends for 2020 from two leading ABB experts.
Southern Manufacturing & Electronics returns to Farnborough from February 11-13, 2020. The exhibition, which is the longest running annual engineering exhibition in the UK, is expected to completely fill the 20,000m² Farnborough International Exhibition Centre and the organisers are confident of topping the record-breaking 9,000 visitors to the show in 2019.
From recreational robots such as drones, to critical operational robots in the medical field, robotic technology is changing our daily lives. Here Stewart Goulding, Managing Director at Electro Mechanical Systems Ltd, explores some current trends that are set to appear in 2020.
An adjustable industrial shock absorber donated by WDS Component Parts Ltd. is helping a young woman regain strength and mobility following a major operation to remove a tumour. The shock absorber is incorporated into a modified rowing machine in a project coordinated by nationwide charity Remap.