A new era of manufacturing

A new era of manufacturing

As the end of the year approaches, we use issue 19 to look forward at the manufacturing tools and techniques that are thrusting us all into a new era of manufacturing.

We start by taking a closer look at bioplastics, a category of materials that should be embraced by manufacturers, but not before they have considered the impact these new materials have on their production line.

Then, we commemorate the birth of the Internet of Things, sharing the origins of this buzzword but also considering the changes that it has had on the manufacturing plants of today.

To finish, we explain why Industry 4.0 is a revolution like no other, bringing with it new technologies that improve the lives of our workforce.

We hope you enjoy reading issue 19.

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Is additive manufacturing the answer to obsolescence?

Recent developments in additive manufacturing (AM) have led many to believe that it will soon be possible to 3D-print any component, in any shape and material, solving the dilemma of sourcing and buying obsolete components. But is it really that easy?

October 09, 2019

Is additive manufacturing the answer to obsolescence?

Exclusive interview

We speak to Jeremy Whittingham from Advanced Engineering

October 09, 2019

Exclusive interview! - Jeremy Whittingham

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