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New CECIMO Magazine – OUT NOW

The latest edition of the CECIMO magazine is out now. We have a link below which will take you to a PDF version of the publication for your reading pleasure. In this edition the focus is on Additive Manufacturing and EU policy applicable to it, as well as plenty of other manufacturing titbits.

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Zone launches at MACH 2016

Leading 3D Printing Company Stratasys to Exhibit

The wide spread adoption of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing has been one of the biggest revolutions in modern manufacturing technologies in the past decade, streamlining how prototypes are made and small batch manufacturing is carried out. 

With this in mind MACH 2016 is pleased to announce that next year’s exhibition will feature a dedicated 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Zone, showcasing all the latest advances in this technology.

MACH Scoops a Double

MACH wins Exhibition of the Year at Trade Association Forum Best Practice Awards 2015

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) is pleased to announce that the MACH 2014 Exhibition is now a double award winning show. Following on from the success of winning Best Exhibition at The Association Excellence Awards back in February, MACH once again picked up the top prize, this time at the Trade Association Forum Best Practice Awards 2015.   

Members News

Top 3 new features: NC-PerfectPart 2015

Every year we release a software upgrade of NC-PerfectPart. This includes new features and general improvements which all lead to increased productivity for the manufacturer.

Additional salesperson required to meet growing demand for MecWash

MecWash is currently recruiting for an additional salesperson to join its passionate team following a period of continued growth both in the UK and overseas.

MTT secures funding for Innovative R&D project

Machine Tool Technologies Ltd (MTT), has secured government backed funding for an exciting new Research and Development project.  The £1.2 million project entitled "Modular Machine Tool and Process

Bridging the STEM skills gap using technology

Over the next decade, an incredible 3 ½ million manufacturing jobs will be available by 2025. However, because of the skills gap this will result in a skills shortage of 2 million.

Ionic is a Pillar Support Exports of Machined Parts to Europe and Asia

Ionic Engineering, a dedicated user of CNC sliding head turn-mill centres from Citizen Machinery UK, is now exporting half of its sub-contract machined components across Europe and into the USA, la