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Editor’s comment for June 2019

I was fortunate to visit Vision Engineering earlier this year to discover more about its latest revolutionary 3D viewer.

In an era of political uncertainty dominated by our future relationship with Europe, it was heartening to visit a UK manufacturer that both designs and makes advanced technology that is sold on a global scale to some of the world’s most well-known electronic, medical and automotive brands.

It goes to show that UK companies can make a worldwide success of home-grown innovations if they make the right R&D, staff, investment, manufacturing, quality and marketing choices. In fact, when touring the company’s modern headquarters in Send, Surrey, it felt very much like visiting some of the most modern manufacturing facilities that I have encountered in other parts of Europe...

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XYZ Machine Tools has reported sales activity remains on track to repeat the success of the previous year, which was a record-breaker for the company. Starting the year with an open house event ...

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‘Factory of the future’ for aircraft components opens in Cheshire

A new ‘factory of the future’ has been opened at Congleton, Cheshire-based Senior Aerospace Bird Bellows (SABB) by Business Minister Andrew Stephenson. The new facility will expand...

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MACH Machine Tools makes new appointment to drive growth

MACH Machine Tools, part of the Vigilance Group, has announced it has appointed Mike Corbett as its new CNC divisional manager. This new senior management position, created to help the company...

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Hitachi and Bombardier HS2 proposal will build trains in the UK

Bombardier and Hitachi, two UK-based rail giants, are submitting a HS2 train proposal to design, build and maintain at least 54 trains for Phase One of the project. A spokesperson from Hitachi has confirmed...

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AIA: Government incentive not utilised by manufacturing firms

A new survey has found many manufacturing and engineering firms are not planning to take advantage of the increase in Annual Investment Allowance (AIA). The survey was carried out by the...

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Jaguar Land Rover and BMW to collaborate on electrification

Jaguar Land Rover and BMW have confirmed they are joining forces to develop next generation Electric Drive Units (EDUs). This collaboration will support the advancement of electrification technologies...

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Hoffmann Group opens subsidiary in Birmingham

The Hoffmann Group will be opening a fully owned subsidiary in Birmingham in August this year. The quality tools specialist has appointed Tim Paddison, who brings many years of senior ...

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Sheffield aerospace firm signs £160m contract with Rolls-Royce

CW Fletcher, an aerospace and nuclear manufacturing company from Sheffield, has signed a record £160 million long term contract with Rolls-Royce. The deal, the most valuable secured by the company...

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View the Subcontractor Sourcing Guide 2019

The PES Subcontractor Sourcing Guide 2019 is a brand new digital publication to help you source the right subcontract solution for your business.

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For more than 35 years, Faro has designed, developed and delivered leading most trusted arm technology in the market and is recognised as one of the world’s most innovative portable 3D measurement...

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The next generation of portable 3D scanners

HandySCAN 3D combines high-performance 3D scanning with improved optics, multiple blue laser technology and a sleek, ergonomic design. Its distinctive simplicity and portability advantages are a staple...

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