RP Technologies are approached on what seems to be a daily basis to discuss over-moulding as a process for prototype tooling and moulding, and whether it is suitable for low volumes.
Flame Hardeners’ Managing Director, Roger Haw gives an overview of the training available for specialist sectors of the engineering industry.
Athletes place a great deal of trust in their equipment. They invest many years of their lives to train for a few minutes of maximum performance and need to be confident that the swimsuit will help them perform at their best.
Goodfellow and the German technology company Acquandas have formed a new partnership to offer device manufacturers micro-patterned, 2D and 2.5D integrated multi-function miniaturised components and coatings with enhanced performance properties.
A leading global pharmaceutical company is using a low friction, impact-resistant grade of Delrin acetal homopolymer resin for two components in a new insulin pen.
This year’s PDM Event (14 to 15 June) at the multi-million pound Telford International Centre will explore a number of new perspectives on design.
The benefits of metal additive manufacturing – or ‘cold spray’ technology – are set to be enhanced by dedicated EU-funded research.
A UK-based consortium has developed carbon/flax hybrid structures with lower cost, higher vibration damping and improved impact behaviour compared to carbon fibre.
Roger Haw believes the short-sightedness of materials manufacturers and suppliers is putting the future of some small, specialist manufacturers in jeopardy.