All part of life’s rich tapestry, when it comes to engineering tradeshows, Advanced Engineering can always be relied on to offer a little bit of a lot of different manufacturing-based technologies...

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All part of life’s rich tapestry, when it comes to engineering tradeshows, Advanced Engineering can always be relied on to offer a little bit of a lot of different manufacturing-based technologies.

Previewed in this issue, Advanced Engineering 2019 is more than just the sum of its parts, and arguably offers some of the best opportunities to discover more about someone – or something – you never knew existed...

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Latest News

Airborne launches composites parts printing portal

Airborne says it has created the world’s first portal to design and print composite parts – produced by industrial and qualified automated manufacturing systems. The company has created a web-based...

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Toray signs new NCC R&D partnership agreement

Toray Advanced Composites has signed a tier 1 membership agreement with the National Composites Centre (NCC), to use the facilities and capabilities of the Centre as part of its R&D strategy...

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FACC wins order from Bombardier Belfast

FACC has received an order from Bombardier Belfast for the production of thrust reverser trans cowl components for the A320neo aircraft family. With this order, FACC has now extended its long-standing...

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Airbus inaugurates Hamburg A320 structure assembly line

Airbus has inaugurated its highly-automated fuselage structure assembly line for A320 Family aircraft in Hamburg, showcasing an evolution in Airbus’ industrial production system. With a special...

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Causeway Aero moves up a gear with 21G Accreditation

Lisburn-based aerospace company, Causeway Aero, is celebrating after achieving the EASA Part 21G accreditation, which gives the organisation an internationally recognised approval to manufacture aircraft...

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Latest Features

Making light work of heavy runways

Light enough to take-off and land on short, grassy runways, the new Pilatus PC-24 business jet’s low weight stems from the use of components made of carbon and glass fibre. For processing...

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Pioneers of a new frontier

James Careless discovers how Airbus has gone about training its US A220 assemblers at its Mirabel, Canada plant to ramp up production. In August 2019, Airbus officially started building the A220 passenger...

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It’s all in the name of control

In this Q&A, Tom Rootes, operations director at MRP software specialist, Redthorn discusses with Ed Hill the advantages of employing production control systems for companies working in the aerospace supply...

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Join the engineering parade

Aerospace Manufacturing previews some of the exhibitors expected at this year’s upcoming Advanced Engineering 2019, being held on October 30 and 31 at the NEC Birmingham. We begin our...

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Latest Products

Boosts abound with Ceratizit’s new milling system

The ability to achieve cost-effective, secure, milling, with added process flexibility is now a reality thanks to the development of Ceratizit’s MaxiMill 271 indexable insert milling system...

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DP Technology launches redesigned ESPRIT CAM website

DP Technology, makers of the ESPRIT CAM system, announce the launch of a redesigned product website. The new site features improved navigation, faster page load times, and updated content....

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Goudsmit unveils magnetic gripper for robots

The recently improved magnetic gripper from Goudsmit Magnetics is used for the automated pick-up, placement or positioning of steel or other ferromagnetic objects. Examples include: removing...

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New stream finishing machine features pulse drive technology

A new stream finishing machine, featuring OTEC-patented pulse drive technology ‘Pulsfinish’, has arrived at UK aerospace component surface finishing specialist, Fintek. The new machine follows on...

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