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DMS Serving Mouldmakers, Moulders and diecasters worldwide

Published 14th December 2017
Now offering a brand new version of our highly acclaimed date stamp. Aswell as being more cost effective, it's central insert is adjustable but not interchangeable, making them ideal for short cycle runs. Extensions to our range incudes sidelocks to help prevent mis-alighmnet of mould cavity shut offs. Manufactured in sock resistant cold work tool steel, heat and surface treated fr wear resisitance and reduced friction. Black Oxide Finish Titanium nitride finish Units should be fitted on the centre line To see a ...
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WDS welcomes successful public Bloodhound SSC Test

Published 14th December 2017
WDS welcomes successful public Bloodhound SSC Test WDS Component Parts Ltd. has expressed its delight at the first successful public test run of Bloodhound SSC, . RAF Wing Commander and current land speed record holder, Andy Green, ran the Bloodhound from 0 to 200mph in eight seconds at Newquay Airport this October, providing 3,500 spectators with a 180 decibel taster of what the vehicle will be attempting in South Africa. WDS has been involved in the project, providing sponsorship support and bespoke angle ...
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Productivity gains highlighted at WNT milling strategy days

Published 12th December 2017
WNT hosted two days of milling strategy days in conjunction with Open Mind and XYZ Machine Tools, at which delegates were introduced to the significant benefits delivered by the combination of cutting tool, software and machine technology.  Following on from similar events held at the AMRC in Sheffield the WNT milling strategy days focus on the cycle time savings that can be achieved using its 3D Finish series of circular segment cutters, when used with Open Mind’s hyperMILL MAXX CAD CAM software ...
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UK mechanical and electronic engineering enjoyed good start to Q4

Published 11th December 2017
Backed by strong performances in European engineering generally UK mechanical and electronic engineering enjoyed a strong start to the Fourth Quarter according to the Monthly Business Monitor run by the Engineering and Machinery Alliance (EAMA).  The volatile monthly numbers show a clear trend over the last 12-24 months of really big gains in prospecting returns and healthy improvements in orders when converted into three-monthly running averages. Martin Walder, EAMA chairman: “We continue to be bullish about the near-term future.  How could we not ...
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Rotalink Ltd Ensures Concentricity of Precision Gears with Measuring Machine from Bowers Group

Published 6th December 2017
Metrology expert Bowers Group has supplied Rotalink Ltd with an Accretech Rondcom 41C for the precision measurement of miniature power transmission systems and motor gearboxes. Based in Crewkerne, Somerset, Rotalink Ltd required an accurate and repeatable measurement solution for the concentricity of spindles and shafts, in order to consistently meet high standards of quality and exceptionally tight tolerances required of its components. Bowers Group suggested a roundness measurement instrument as an appropriate solution to measure the concentricity of moulded gears at Rotalink ...
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5 trending topics of manufacturing metrology by Alicona

Published 6th December 2017
What drives your production? 5 trending topics of manufacturing metrology. What determines your competitive advantage? Consistently high quality combined with short control loops are just as important for modern manufacturing processes as the right flexibility to adapt processes to changing production conditions. This is achieved through integrated measurement technology that monitors process stability and product quality. In today's newsletter, you'll find out more about the 5 trending topics in the field of automated production measurement technology and how to benefit from these ...
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Paragon partners with Somos® to introduce its latest SLA material

Published 6th December 2017
High Performance 3D Printing with Taurus Paragon partners with Somos® to introduce its latest SLA material Darlington-based RP service provider, Paragon Rapid Technologies aims to remain at the forefront of the 3D printing industry by adding a high performance SLA resin to its material range. Taurus is one of the latest materials to be developed by Somos® (a product brand of DSM) and is one of the first SLA resins to produce fully functional parts suitable for use in harsh environments, such as under-bonnet ...
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Talon steps up a gear with Hipercar project working closely with WNT

Published 5th December 2017
Yeovil-Based Talon Engineering is renowned for its OEM aftermarket sprockets, hubs, wheels, clutch baskets and engine casings for the off-road motorcycle industry, but it is also growing into a major subcontract machining force. It machines parts for a wide range of industries, including agriculture, rail, aerospace, marine, and especially high performance automotive customers. With preferred machining supplier status from near neighbour Ariel Motor Company, Talon has already worked on several high-profile projects, such as the Ariel Ace motorcycle. Now it is heavily ...
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Indysoft launch new website with over 120 new features

Published 4th December 2017
A new website is now up and running from IndySoft. Asset management is made easier with IndySoft’s latest release, Version 11.  With over 120 new features, performance enhancements, improved interface and a new cloud-based subscription model, IndySoft’s latest release is designed to meet the needs of a diverse array of businesses in the calibration, tooling and preventive maintenance arenas. www.indysoft.co.uk
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Jardines Autumn 2017 Budget Report

Published 30th November 2017
Chancellor Philip Hammond said he’d take a “balanced approach” to his second Budget of 2017. Once again the speech was light on headline-grabbing inance changes and there were no ‘giveaways’ or major surprises. Instead, the chancellor focussed on measures to prepare the economy for post-Brexit life. Raising productivity is key to boosting economic growth and wages, but growth has “remained stubbornly lat” and continues to be an issue. In light of this, the Ofice for Budget Responsibility revised down its forecasts for growth. It expects GDP to grow by 1.5% in 2017 (down ...
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