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Hand tools: too hot to handle?

Overheating in hand-held tools can be a serious problem – especially in surgical applications. Urs Kafader, technical training manager, maxon addresses the issue.


ETG gathers strength

A? trio of machine installs gave Engineering Technology Group (ETG) in Ireland a strong finish to 2019, with bosses predicting a rise in demand for twin and triple turret technology and smaller five-axis machines over the next twelve ...


Heart patch offers new hope

A prototype polymer patch capable of performing the same role as actual heart tissue could be a gamechanger.



Smithstown makes the difference

For an example of an Irish engineering company enjoying rapid growth, it would be difficult to find better than Smithstown Light Engineering.


A 2020 vision for Industry 4.0

The government’s new document ‘Ireland’s Industry 4.0 Strategy 2020-2025’ sets out a roadmap for industry to maintain its competitive edge.



Dolmen designs for life

There may be no such thing as a foolproof formula for good product design, but Dolmen Design & Innovation may be closer to it than most.

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