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.
A coatings specialist helps the University of Sheffield Formula Student team overcome problems associated with the hard coating of 3D printed titanium parts.