Sunday 30/4/2017

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 Daily News 
 
28/04/2017 British entrepreneur Steve Lindsey only UK finalist for the European Inventor Award 2017
28/04/2017 Eaton expands Authorised Solution Partner network to electro-hydraulics
28/04/2017 Industrie 4.0: Siemens demonstrates digital twin in actual operation
28/04/2017 YAMATO’S WORLD CLASS WEIGHING SOLUTIONS ON SHOW AT MEATUP 2017
28/04/2017 LATEST WEBINAR FROM HBM EXPLAINS MEASURING IN 3 DIMENSIONS
27/04/2017 Borger to showcase its Bioselect separator at UK AD & Biogas 2017
27/04/2017 Energy efficiency must be a priority for UK industrial strategy, says IChemE
27/04/2017 CHANGE TO SEMCON’S GROUP MANAGEMENT
27/04/2017 Renishaw announces new Solutions Centre partner and distributor for its additive manufacturing technology in China
27/04/2017 HBM AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL TESTING WEBINAR HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF A GOOD DESIGN






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Heason Technology designs and builds custom motion systems for beamline physics
As part of its custom motion system design and build capability Heason Technology is an active supplier for research related projects at synchrotron source facilities worldwide. Successful systems installed at prestigious beamline sites include Diamond Light Source - UK, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory - UK, Brookhaven National Laboratory - USA, PTB - Hamburg, and Synchrotron Soleil in France.
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Parker reduces lead times on main air driven liquid pumps ranges
Parker Autoclave Engineers, part of Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technology, is now able to offer customers a significant reduction in lead times for its most widely specified air driven liquid pump products. This has been made possible as Parker Autoclave Engineers’ air driven liquid pumps will now be manufactured in Wexford in Ireland at one of the company’s Instrumentation Products Division Europe (IPDE) locations.
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Atlas Copco VSD+ compressor reduces sealing specialist's annual energy consumption by 62 per cent
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions UK facility reports that over £11,000 savings in annual energy costs have been achieved from its new Atlas Copco GA45VSD+FF compressor installation.
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SKF bearings ensure solid performance for offshore vessel
Engineering expertise from SKF has helped to streamline the performance of offshore pipe-laying equipment, while cutting maintenance costs and boosting efficiency. SKF bearings with Solid Oil have helped an offshore engineering company to cut the cost of maintenance on specialist pipe-laying equipment.
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Siemens LOGO technology solution provides micro-brewery with low-cost and flexible access to automated control system efficiencies
Dave Bailey, founder of the Hardknott micro-brewery in Cumbria, is a prime example of someone with an entrepreneurial spirit who believes in developing the very best product he can so that others can enjoy premium ales such as ‘Azimuth‘ and ‘Intergalactic Space Hopper’ lovingly crafted by his brewery. Since establishing Hardknott in 2005, Dave and his small team have continued to develop, invest, innovate and drive forward their goal of producing stunning craft beers. Now, with the help of Siemens technology, he is tackling a vital part of the brewing process – control of the fermentation process – so that it is more efficient and reliable going forward.
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 Editor's Comment 
 

Editor writes:

The robotic revolution in life sciences
As the life sciences industry looks to address today’s production challenges, Neal Welch of Mitsubishi Electric explains how in demanding applications such as the manipulating of live cultures, robots are in a league of their own.
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