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Adept at adaptation

Burloak Technologies’ technical director, Keyvan Hosseinkhani and mechanical engineer, Patrick Hale look at the evolution of aerospace, and how additive manufacturing is helping to increase manufacturing agility.
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Living in electric dreams

Starrag’s world-leading aerospace component manufacturing competence will be on display at the Farnborough Airshow - and it’s electric!
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A powerhouse of innovation

Supporting business growth in the region, the West of England Combined Authority showcases the wealth of aerospace R&D, design and manufacturing companies that work to provide a hotbed of talent across the region.
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Requirements-based thinking

PTC explains how its acquisition of Intland Software’s Codebeamer Application Lifecycle Management platform will help support the company’s efforts in creating a closed loop between the digital and physical worlds.
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A driving force for recovery

WEAF’s new chairman, Peter Marchbank, together with CEO, Colin Turner explain why they are enthusiastic about the opportunities for aerospace and advanced engineering, recovery, growth and R&D within the South West region.
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Custom Hermetic Connectors for the Harsh Environments

From engines to landing gear, and everything in between, aerospace requires products that perform under extreme conditions — like speed, pressure, or temperature. At Hermetic Seal, we make custom hermetically sealed connectors that help your most innovative ideas take flight.

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3D printers overcome supply challenges

CNE Engineering relies on BigRep machines to 3D print moulds to produce lacquering equipment needed for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) to safely store grounded planes during Covid. Aerospace Manufacturing reports.
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Value is measured by what you deliver

In a Q&A session, Aerospace Wales Forum’s director, Rachael Blackburn discusses the trade association’s role in supporting all its member companies operating in Wales’s burgeoning aerospace and defence sector.
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Single-hit machining means big savings

Single-hit production of aero engine parts results in big savings and reduced lead-time – all thanks to the purchase of an Okuma MU5000V 5-axis vertical machining centre from NCMT.
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Automate and innovate

While the pandemic has presented the most challenging time for many manufacturers, tier one aerospace supplier, Pennine Tools Aerospace has managed to navigate the uncertainty unscathed thanks to its early adoption of machine tool automation systems.
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An all-in-one solution

Manufacturing aerospace components on a WFL Millturn machine is the all-in-one solution that highlights smart technologies for factories of the future.
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Higher performance head-up

The latest incarnation of BAE Systems’ Waveguide head-up display (HUD) technology is the LiteWave®, intentionally designed for installation on a wide range and size of commercial and military aircraft. Ed Hill visited the company’s Electronic Systems division in Rochester to see its unveiling.
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Five Metal Manufacturers, One Mission: Aircraft Performance

We manufacture lightweight, high-strength metal products that deliver significant advantages for critical airframe and engine applications.

Aerospace manufacturers rely on our high-quality materials to deliver optimum performance for fighter jets, commercial aircraft, spacecraft and satellites.

85 years of experience to engineer innovations of tomorrow. Download our brochure now!

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Taking a shine to laser projection

In a Q&A session, Virtek Vision’s CEO, Dietmar Wennemer reveals how the company’s laser projection solutions helps rapidly improve aerospace part production.
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Piloting a new direction for aerospace

In the four years since the Farnborough Airshow’s last outing, the industry has been through some uncertain times. Ed Hill hears why this year’s event is set to be more significant than ever in promoting how it will tackle the challenges ahead.
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