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March 2012
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Airbus, Nantes, France, automates A340/350/380 composite nose cowl inspection using Laser Radar technology to deliver a smooth production floor operation


Flexible laser tracker system facilitates the processing of large cast and steel components for wind energy systems, saving time and eliminating errors.  By Andreas Petrosino.


An overview of current small and medium wind turbine testing and certification in the UK and also farther afield. By Alistair Mackinnon, operations manager Wind Energy at NEL.

Lean Six Sigma –  a new approach to implementing Lean Six Sigma that is sustainable. By Graham Cartwright and Professor John Oakland


New ballbar technology is 'just what the doctor ordered' for medical machine tools. Wireless operation facilitates use in small machining envelopes, allows fast checks with minimal interruption.

The UK’s premier manufacturing exhibition, MACH 2012, to be held at the NEC Birmingham, 16-20 April 212, looks set to be a vibrant show.


SoftGauges to test the numerical correctness of software for evaluating surface texture parameters have been extended to cover areal surface texture parameters. By Prof. Richard Leach and Dr Peter Harris, National Physical Laboratory.



 X-ray scanning technology  guarantees manufacturing integrity of next
generation lithium-ion batteries at Boston Power.


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