Features

Automation meets innovation

Fastems’ product manager for robotised products, Teemu-Pekka Ahonen, explains how the automation of existing machine tools can be a viable way to develop production.
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Editor's comment: The road to recovery

Welcome to the June edition of Aerospace Manufacturing. The global pandemic has been the strangest of times for aviation. For some it has destroyed livelihoods whereas for others it’s meant rethink, reimagine and reinvent. It’s been a chance to ‘reset’ and look at how efficiently we run our businesses.
1 month ago Features

Up, up and away

Aerospace industry crane experts, Street Crane Company celebrates 75 years of lifting. Aerospace Manufacturing reports.
1 month ago Features

The green aviation club

Flying under their own power has fascinated many people since the dawn of humanity. Next year, a human-powered aircraft race across the English Channel will test both pilots and planes. Ian Parker reports.
1 month ago Features

Smart machining is here!

In a Q&A session, Aerospace Manufacturing hears from WFL Millturn Technologies managing director of sales, technologies and customer services, Günther Mayr and how the company’s CNC machining centres play a vital role in the daily take-offs and landings made by today’s modern aircraft.
1 month ago Features

Working smarter, not harder

When it comes to G-code verification, what are you really checking? NC code simulation and verification software specialists, CGTech reveals how simulating, verifying and optimising the machining process with VERICUT, eliminates the fears of proving out a new NC program.
1 month ago Features

It’s time for automation to take-off

Oliver Selby, robotics business development manager at Fanuc UK, discusses the benefits that automation can bring to aerospace manufacturing, and how businesses can best prepare for its arrival.
1 month ago Features

Ready for the challenge

Aerospace Manufacturing hears how thyssenkrupp Materials UK is helping to solve the many logistics challenges for the aerospace and defence industries.
1 month ago Features

The eyes have it!

Space Rover gets ‘scientific eyes’ with help from XYZ Machine Tools. Aerospace Manufacturing reports.
1 month ago Features

Innovating airports for post pandemic resilience

Dassault Systèmes’ global affairs director, Severine Trouillet looks at how simulated airflow technology can help to restore passenger confidence, validate the efficiency and effectiveness of open ventilators and highlight potential cross-infection areas in airports.
1 month ago Features

Joined-up thinking

Guillaume Boisot, head of ICME, e-Xstream engineering, part Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division, looks at how fragmented data on advanced materials could jeopardise aircraft safety.
1 month ago Features
Recent Articles

Smart thinking realises industry 4.0

Jocelyn Vecchio, director of engineering and innovation at JPB Système, looks at recent changes and challenges for companies like JPB, as well as why a fully-connected shopfloor is the way forward for any manufacturer seeking to fully realise the Industry 4.0 vision.

How cool is that?

Dr Jill Miscandlon, senior manufacturing engineer at the University of Strathclyde's Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and Professor Yuan from the University’s department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, examine the cool ways to research fully-electric long-haul flights – combining low temperatures and manufacturing expertise.

More electric dreams

Electronics and telecommunication engineering graduate, Hrishikesh Kadam examines the more electric aircraft (MEA) industry and how it underscores future aviation trends.  

Digitalising the A&D industry

Dale Tutt, vice-president of aerospace and defence at Siemens Digital Industries Software explains how complexity can be turned into your competitive advantage through digitalisation.