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Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks introduce funding for tooling

Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks have created a specialist automotive team to support businesses in the manufacturing supply chain.

Published on Mon 27 Apr 2015 | More ›

WMT&R opens doors for NATEP roadshow

Aerospace manufacturers in the Midlands will be among the first to go behind the scenes at a materials testing facility in Banbury, Oxfordshire today, April 27, 2015.

Published on Mon 27 Apr 2015 | More ›

New website celebrates Britain’s engineering and manufacturing strengths

A new website has been launched with the aim of educating and inspiring young people, academics, politicians and international investors about Britain’s engineering strengths...

Published on Fri 24 Apr 2015 | More ›

Cable manufacturer eyes expansion with support from Yorkshire Bank

Yorkshire Bank is supporting a Cheshire-based manufacturer of fire and security products in its bid to expand its product range and target new business in the Middle East.

Published on Fri 24 Apr 2015 | More ›

Prof Brian Cox to open new Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Technologies

Prof Brian Cox OBE is set to visit Dudley College to officially open Dudley Advance, the college’s new Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Technologies.

Published on Thu 23 Apr 2015 | More ›

Explosive-free valve design wins Space Propulsion Innovation Award

A new, safer and pyrotechnic-free design for space valves from the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s Design and Prototyping Group has won the UK Space Agency’s UK Space...

Published on Thu 23 Apr 2015 | More ›

Fresh approach to old design marks rebirth of B17 class steam locomotive

Modern manufacturing techniques and a fresh look at an old design are helping in the recreation of a brand new B17 class steam locomotive.

Published on Thu 23 Apr 2015 | More ›

Foundry alloys set to meet part performance and light weighting demands

Alcoa has launched a family of foundry alloys designed to meet the increasing need for part performance and light weighting in the automotive industry.

Published on Wed 22 Apr 2015 | More ›

Solar panels on a roll with tool to identify nanoscopic defects

A ‘one-shot’ interferometer that rapidly spots nanoscale flaws in solar panels during manufacture could soon move from the lab to a production line after winning a government...

Published on Wed 22 Apr 2015 | More ›

Renishaw's Resolute system acknowledged with Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation

Renishaw has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2015 for the development and manufacture of its Resolute family of non-contact, optical position feedback devices.

Published on Tue 21 Apr 2015 | More ›

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