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Additive manufacturing making waves

Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, has collaborated with the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) in Canada, to produce two ocean turbine parts using additive manufacturing (AM) for ...



Intelligent plain bearing

igus has developed an intelligent bearing that warns of specific wear level, enabling machine and equipment operators to plan maintenance, repairs or part replacement in advance. Called smart ...







3D printing in seconds

Researchers from Switzerland’s Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) say they have developed a completely new way of creating small 3D, soft objects that offer remarkable resolution “in a ...


Advanced metal replacement webcast with EMS-GRIVORY

On Tuesday 31st March 2020, 11:00am BST Eureka! partners with EMS-GRIVORY to present a roundtable Webcast. Hosted by Eureka!’s editor, Paul Fanning, the panel includes Jane Hemmings, Robert Davies ...



Bloodhound goes green

The Bloodhound Land Speed Record (LSR) team has confirmed plans to challenge for the world land speed record using a zero-emissions rocket. Powered by concentrated hydrogen peroxide, the rocket will ...




Manchester Enterprise City district opens

Bonded Warehouse, the latest space within Enterprise City, a 2 million square foot tech, media and cultural cluster, has opened its doors to small and medium sized businesses.


Ford employs humanoid robots

Agility Robotics is launching Digit, a robot with arms and legs that will work with humans, for commercial sale. Ford Motor Company has become the first customer, receiving the first two robots off ...


Low volume orders for bespoke ceramic bearings

Ceramic bearing supplier, SMB Bearings is now able to fulfil low volume orders of bespoke ceramic bearing sizes following its five-year strong relationship with a specialist ceramic bearing factory ...


First multiplatform VR haptic glove

Smart fabric sensor technology company, BeBop Sensors, will announce at CES 2020 the Forte Data Glove, the first VR haptic glove integrated and exclusively designed for Oculus Quest, Oculus Link, ...




Line in the sand

In athletics, some disciplines are difficult to follow for spectators. For example, in long jump, it is not easy to judge whether the last jump has set a new record. Virtual lines help the TV ...




Making electric propulsion more affordable

GKN Automotive has launched the next phase in its electrification strategy. The company is standardising a range of intelligent highly integrated “3-in-1” systems for pure electric and plug-in hybrid ...

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Design, Online

Eureka! launches 'Design, Online', a new webinar event featuring five leading ...



3D printed PPE

Stratasys has announced a global mobilisation of the company’s 3D printing ...