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28 May 2009 by EMKA UK Limited
The EMKA 1100 program of Swing Handles is under continuous development to meet the needs of specialist panel builders in the UK. This widely configurable range provides a structured set of key options, a small number of fixing hole formats and is designed to facilitate the interchange of most application components between different models, e.g. rod systems, cams, cylinders and key options, to suit the needs of equipment manufacturers and installers.
22 May 2009 by ThreeBond Europe SAS
Global adhesive manufacturers ThreeBond are pleased to announce a flame retardant version of their established TB1530 series 1-component moisture curing elastic adhesives. The TB1537 is certified to UL94 V-0 and is both phosphorous and halogen free. This makes it especially of interest in electronics/electrical applications such as bonding of inverters/converters onto substrate, motor coils, sensor potting, sealing of battery packs for laptops etc.
20 May 2009 by Trio Motion Technology Ltd
Tewkesbury UK May 2009: As the latest and most advanced addition to Trio s Motion Coordinator family, the new MC464 is a multi-axis motion and machine controller featuring a high performance 64-bit processor in a modular design that provides OEMs and automation system integrators with a flexible choice of servo and stepper drive interfacing combined with a wide selection of Fieldbus protocols - plus programming flexibility that includes Trio s own Trio BASIC or industry standard IEC 61131 runtime.
15 May 2009 by Wooler Ltd
Andover (Hampshire, UK) May 2009 - Wooler Ltd. of Andover, Hampshire is delighted to announce that it has secured a new 10 year lease on it's 10,000+ sq. ft. modern factory premises. This deal secures the future of Wooler on the Walworth Industrial Estate site, which has been associated with the Wooler name for many decades.
13 May 2009 by EMKA UK Limited
Compression lock technology has seemed to be rather confined to a limited range of applications until it recently came out of patent protection and now a much wider market is finding it beneficial. EMKA have had their own parallel version of this technology under development for some years and are now able to bring their special expertise in design/manufacture to provision of many compression latch variants.
07 May 2009 by Rowan Precision Ltd
Having the foresight to invest in its production capability for small turn-mill part production by introducing an assembly service has created a new raft of opportunities for the precision machining operations of Rowan Precision, especially in providing components for the bespoke lighting, medical, electronic, aerospace and defence sectors.
06 May 2009 by Boro Foundry Ltd
The Boro' Foundry & Machining has undergone a complete makeover with new company logo's, business cards and a totally new website.
Having been in the industry of supplying castings and machining services for over 60 years we felt now is the right time to take a fresh approach.
Dealing with a huge range of sectors we had to ensure that we can relate to all our current clients and potential clients, the new website does this via a range of photography and in depth information.
29 Apr 2009 by EMKA UK Limited
The 1225 Series from EMKA is a range of specialist Locks and Handles designed especially for electrical cabinets, 19' racks, roadside cabinets, wall boxes, cabinet suites, Motor Control Centres and related applications. They offer extremely simple fitment with screw-in assembly, IP65 protection or alternatively quick hook-in fixing, giving IP54. Customer logos can be presented on all escutcheons.
28 Apr 2009 by Elesa UK Ltd
Elesa have introduced Brass bodied versions of their high specification oil level indicators with scratch resistant glass. These are likely to be of interest for external applications where electrical continuity and low spark energy are required, coupled with clarity of readings even under abrasive conditions.
26 Apr 2009 by Beakbane Ltd
Beakbane, the UK s leading manufacturer of bellows and machinery protection systems, has now launched a subcontract sheet metal fabrication service. This is aimed particularly at customers who want to ensure supplier stability in uncertain economic conditions.
As a well-established and financially sound independent company, with strong continuing busines, Beakbane recognised that it could provide this stability to companies that may have lost existing suppliers or have concerns about the viability of their supply chain.
21 Apr 2009 by Beakbane Ltd
As the UK s leading manufacturer of bellows and machinery protection systems, Beakbane Limited (www.beakbane.co.uk), Kidderminster, Worcestershire, is in the business of protecting its customers assets. When it came to protecting its market leadership position, Beakbane realized that advanced manufacturing solutions were a must to help advance its business. The company recently completed a two-year capital investment program to improve its metal cutting and bending capabilities.
21 Apr 2009 by EMKA UK Limited
EMKA s 1000 series of ¼ turn insert locks has been a core locking system for electrical/electronic enclosures and cabinets in Europe for some 40 years, and is often regarded as a major advance in design, typified by their common housing section, so enabling rapid installation via single hole fixing, using a standard 'EMKA 20mm' square cut-out.
16 Apr 2009 by Elesa UK Ltd
Elesa have brought their expertise in glass reinforced technopolymer to the humble indexing plunger. Their new PMT 100 and PMT 101 are perfect examples of high quality at reduced cost. The threaded body in reinforced technopolymer is lightweight and low friction for smooth easy operation in production or measurement equipment where frequent quick indexing is required.
08 Apr 2009 by LG Motion Ltd
Basingstoke UK, March 2009: LG Motion Limited, the Basingstoke based motion and positioning systems specialists has launched a new catalogue covering a large part of its range of medium to high precision positioning mechanics. With complete engineering specifications and dimensions for the UniSlide, BiSlide and XSlide (tm) dovetail-slide linear tables plus complementary rotary and vertical elevating stages, the 40 page catalogue provides detailed information for manual or motorised positioning applications in all areas of manufacturing and research.
07 Apr 2009 by Qinetiq
Electric engines - designed, built and tested at QinetiQ's space centre in Farnborough, UK - are ready to play a crucial role in the European Space Agency's (ESA) gravity mission following their successful commissioning onboard the GOCE spacecraft this week.
GOCE's ultra-sensitive measurements of the Earth's gravitational field depend on the ability of QinetiQ's engines to maintain the spacecraft's orbit by finely controlling its altitude and speed.
06 Apr 2009 by Constant Precision
The introduction of a new higher performance folding machine by a long serving customer presented a new challenge to toolmaker/subcontract machinist Constant Precision. Its proven milling-based method of producing blades and anvils used in the printing industry for automatically creasing and folding paper and card seemed doomed to failure - due to difficulties in maintaining the tolerances demanded by the high speed machine and because of the projected increase in production output to meet the order demands of the print finishing specialist.
06 Apr 2009 by ThreeBond Europe SAS
The TB2217H low temperature cure chip bonder from ThreeBond offers curing at 80°C and addresses an array of chip bonding issues for manufacturers and rework facilities. This single component epoxy offers ease of handling by syringe and full compatibility with automated dispensing systems to enable chip retention on pcb s going through multi-station lines and wave soldering equipment.
02 Apr 2009 by QinetiQ Ltd
A team of three naval architects from QinetiQ GRC Ltd, a wholly owned QinetiQ subsidiary, have been selected as one of five finalists in the World Superyacht Award - Young Designer of the Year 2009 - with a truly innovative trimaran design EURYDICE.
26 Mar 2009 by Elesa UK Ltd
Hinges tend to be simple things, but occasionally a company such as Elesa comes along with a really useful and rather different idea. In this case a screw adjustable friction setting, which allows users to set the opening force of the door so that it may stay partially open, or will dampen down the action of the wind in outdoor situations.
The Elesa CFU series hinges are manufactured in black technopolymer with a rotation range of 270°. Friction adjustment is simply achieved by operation of a centrally mounted screw clockwise for more friction, anti-clockwise for less.
25 Mar 2009 by Thales Communications Ltd
Thales UK has signed a £25m sub-contract to deliver a high-tech communication system for the Royal Navy's two new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers.
This contract win, which secures up to 50 local jobs at Thales's Crawley site, covers onboard and fleetwide communications, and is an important milestone in the develop ment programme for these ships, which will be named HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales.
20 Mar 2009 by MORRIS TOOLING (LMT) LTD
Developed for the fine finishing of a wide range of materials on CNC sliding head lathes, Decotec LC415X is a totally new range of polished and ground inserts providing a choice of ultra-precise tip radius of either 0.08 or 0.015 mm. Available through LMT (UK) of Coventry, this range of inserts with its special design of radius also incorporates a shearing edge of up to five microns that enables the sharpness of the insert to be maintained over extended periods of running.
19 Mar 2009 by Mollart Ltd
A world first machine tool development from Mollart Engineering is now installed on its shopfloor for subcontract machining customers components that provides a five-axis positioning capability for combined deep hole drilling of compound angle holes from 6 mm to 80 mm diameter by up to 2,000 mm deep as well as carrying out conventional machining centre operations in the same set up.
12 Mar 2009 by Heason Technology Ltd
Heason Technology s new open frame X-Y table range has ceramic motor drive and super-compact optical encoders, and brings together state-of-the-art components for space saving and high performance vision system positioning solution
12 Mar 2009 by LG Motion Ltd
Basingstoke UK, March 2009: LG Motion Limited, the Basingstoke based motion specialists has launched a new range of manual and motorised rotary stages for precision positioning applications across laboratory, optical bench and industrial automation with standard accuracy to 0.1 degrees and loads up to 500 kg.
The LGR range covers 5 models with nominal outside diameter from 82 mm to 250 mm and a clear aperture (to 110 mm diameter on the largest model) to take care of electrical wiring, beamlines or mounted equipment such as optical components and slip ring assemblies.