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TFC boosts Irish presence

Leading supplier of fasteners and supply chain solutions TFC is helping manufacturers in Ireland recover from the effects of lockdown by powering up its new facility in Portadown, Northern Ireland. The company is embracing the challenges ...


Engineers Ireland makes CPD change

Engineers Ireland has formally endorsed its members’ participation in Standards Committees as a form of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). These Committees, operated by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI), partake in ...


PA-Sanitized fights bacteria

Every day people move from one place to another. While doing so, they touch and contaminate a variety of surfaces which means that bacteria and germs are spread and can be transmitted to other people. Bacteria are everywhere. Some of them, ...


WEG awards Premier Partner status to distributor

Industrial automation manufacturer, WEG has awarded Irish parts supplier, Technidrive with its prestigious premier distributor status. Having supplied WEG’s products for over 15 years, Technidrive has expanded significantly in recent ...



New miniature drives for medical robots

?maxon is once again expanding its range of configurable drives with more brushless DC motors, gearheads, and encoders from the ECX series. There is also news on positioning controllers in the micro segment.


Irish student wins Stratasys scholarship

Irish student wins free Stratasys FDM 3D Printer for The University of Oxford for a year, exposing more students to cutting-edge technology that will boost their learning and research

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