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A community who see engineering at the heart of all they do in their respective fields of expertise, who wish to promote the role of engineering excellence within the broad spectrum of Manufacturing and associated support functions.

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Take a look into the future of manufacturing:


Brian Holliday, Managing Director for Siemens Digital Industries, explores the newest developments and how the making of products is reaching capabilities never seen before.
16 September, 6.00pm - 9.00pm at IET Savoy Place in London.

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The Manufacturer Podcast: We hear from Andrew Churchill about how JJ Churchill, a small-sized aerospace company, is growing into a medium-sized company.
The story behind the company’s origins, at the birth of the jet age in the 1930s, is a fascinating one.

 Posted on 7 July 2019. 

Launching a New article type accepted:  Short communications
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Do you have brief but important new and high-impact research to present? Submit a short communication article: IET Collaborative Intelligent Manufacturing.
Report on innovative ideas and original results that need to be rapidly published and on average you will be provided with a first-round decision, by this new type of peer-reviewed short communication, within 10 weeks.
Current issue of the IET Collaborative Intelligent Manufacturing Journal
Welcome new members!
Ahmed Al-Basha NipuniSR
Gareth Prince Marlon Rigoberto Cruz Vivas
Colin Best Ashwin Ajith Chandran

Please join us in welcoming our newest community members
A very useful map on #manufacturing in the UK - #ukmfg. 

Upcoming events


Introducing automation into a smaller scale production environment can be difficult. Here we look at the five basic stages of an automation project: Stage 1 – Identify. Stage 2 – Develop & Finance. Stage 3 – Build. Stage 4 – Commission. Stage 5 – Run & monitor.   read more...
Posted by Paul Bridgeman on IET Manufacturing Network Feb 19, 2019 4:20 pm GMT



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