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Inovus Medical uses Solid Solutions’ services to help them grow as a start-up

“Now that we’re leaving our start-up phase and moving toward scaling up our business, we see the importance of adopting a more complete package like SOLIDWORKS right from the start.”

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Crystal Displays transparent LCDs inspire fast food Grab 'N' Go stations

True Chicken decided to enter the fast food industry with a strong technological presence and leaving a long-lasting impression with their customers.

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Climate control maintenance is no false economy…it’s the key to efficiency

£480,000…is a lot of money! But that is what I was told it costs one of the UK’s largest automotive manufacturers per hour when they experience downtime on their paint plant.

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The cornerstones of successful engineering training

In order to get the most from your engineering training providers, ensure their courses are relevant and engaging so that staff return to work as competent, confident and empowered individuals, says Martin Smith, Director at Technical Training Solutions (Tech Training).

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    Snug sealing solutions for the construction and plumbing sector(01/07/2019)

    PipeSnug is the evolution of an idea that professionally-qualified bricklayer and builder Chris Burdett, had to help solve a recurrent problem he encountered with his construction business. Making good around pipework can be a messy and time-consuming job, where you need to consider how much mortar to mix or silicone to use; especially if you are lugging it all up a ladder to make good at height.

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    Analogue to digital DC drives(01/07/2019)

    In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s if you wanted to vary the speed of an industrial motor the only way to do this was with a DC motor and a DC drive. It was the industry norm. But at the same time this technology was analogue. Even when the first AC inverters came along the setup was analogue. So, what do we mean by analogue?

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    Bringing the magic of theatre to life(01/07/2019)

    The world of theatre is a magical place where storytelling comes to life. Through special effects characters, scenes and props we are transported into an imaginary world. Absolute Motion Control are experts in the field of theatre automation. Here, Rob Raskovsky explains more about the challenges of their industry and how Murrelektronik cabinet components provide the perfect solutions.

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    KEB supports e-mobility and the vehicle drive of the future(01/07/2019)

    Engineers of the future have built an electrically driven racing car for Formula Student. For the "Speeding Scientists Siegen" Racing Team (S3) KEB Automation is supporting the vehicle drive of the future: e-mobility in an endurance test. But how does this relate to auxiliary power drives for buses?

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    Space is the final frontier for Newbury Electronics' PCBs(01/07/2019)

    Not content with supplying prototype PCBs for everyday designs and developments, some of Newbury Electronics recent boards are being used in the development of a space borne GPS receiver.

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