Trevor Cassie outlines BCW Engineering's solution to management, recruitment and engineering challenges facing the growing Tier 2 supply chain company.
Bob Austin discusses the technical, manufacturing and marketing issues arising from vehicle development trends.
Dr Phil Reeves discusses the implications of additive manufacturing technology on the production and lifecycle of vehicle components.
Steve Chilvers discusses ways in which automotive manufacturers are looking at 'greening' the automotive supply chain.
Rachel Eade discusses ways in which automotive manufacturers are looking at 'greening' the automotive supply chain.
Paul Meeson, Advanced Engineering Director at Stadco, examines the manufacturing challenges presented by Tier 1 supply to major players in the global automotive sector.
Joe Greenwell, the Chairman of Ford of Britain, discusses the best ways to go about getting returns from skills investment in the Automotive Sector
The development of the LFA supercar by Lexus led to the introduction of a new, more precise method of molding carbon fibre. Guided by laser sight, the 3D loom seamlessley weaves carbon fibre elements specifically created for the LFA, ranging from the roof rails to the steering wheel.
RoboThespian is the robot actor developed by Cornwall-based Engineered Arts, which has been selected by NASA to meet and greet visitors at the Kennedy Space Centre. This video shows the RoboThespian being put through its paces by the staff at Engineered Arts. Video courtesy of YouTube
The Delcam PowerMILL machining solution has been used to machine the base mould for a Stewart X5 golf cart to a highly accurate degree. Video from YouTube.