The IET’s first “Sector Debate” – additive manufacturing
Hardly a day seems to go past where Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing doesn’t appear in the press. In the first of a new series for The IET Gordon Attenborough chairs a interrogation of additive manufacturing in this televisual style debate.
Award winning UK 3D printer – Is this the advent of true plug and play additive manufacturing for the home?
We spent the day with Chris Elsworthy discussing and filming the “ROBOX”. Tackling the issues that have until now made the reality of 3D printing in the home very different to the expectation, watch this amazing film and decide if this could be the first truly accessibly 3D printer for the average user?
The 9th International Conference for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing
This year’s International Conference for Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing was the conference’s 9th
and the team’s collective knowledge and experience really shone through. Priding itself on bringing together industry experts, it did not disappoint. The event room at the Nottingham Belfry was bursting at the seams with more than 300 people in attendance hailing from more than 20 countries and including 21 exhibitors.
Unmanned Aerial Systems in Agriculture
Harper Adams University held a day-long seminar dedicated to current UAS technologies and their potential for Agriculture. View the presentations from the day which examine current options on the market, potential for financial impact and future issues such as Big Data.
Bombardier apprentices win National Apprenticeship Competition - Manufacturing on the Moon
Utilising existing materials on the moon (the lunar base contents, old Apollo mission vehicles and lunar materials) apprentices were challenged to build a vehicle that would transport and hold them an altitude of 1000m for five minutes and rendezvous with a rescue craft.
First draft of UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Strategy
The Robotics & Autonomous Systems SIG, set up by the Technology Strategy Board, have spent the last 18 months road mapping across the breadth of the RAS sector and building a draft strategy for Robotics & Autonomous Systems for the UK.
Chancellor announces £60 million to support UK’s world-leading aerospace technology
16 January 2014, Birmingham, England - The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne announced £60 million of new funding for the development of new high-tech aerospace technology at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry.
Highlights from RESOURCE - Realising the opportunities of the circular economy
a free to attend event launched this year in March as the largest source of learning, networking and solutions for professionals approaching new strategies to contend with these problems. Held at London’s EXCEL it became at once the world’s largest conference and exhibition catering to every sector affected by circular economy adoption, from designer and manufacturer through to retailer, recycler and reuse network. Read more and access highlights from a three day conference with an exceedingly impressive line up from industry.
Previous articles and reports
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