Renishaw becomes official partner of Cardiff Blues Community Foundation

To continue the success of Renishaw’s education outreach programme, the global engineering company has become an official partner of the Cardiff Blues Community Foundation. The three-year partnership will see the Guinness PRO14 rugby club’s community team deliver a new secondary school programme to raise the aspirations of year 8 and 9 pupils in the local area.
The programme is already being piloted in six schools in the Cardiff region, where over 100 children are already taking part. As part of the partnership, Renishaw also sponsors the Cardiff Blues Ladies Team and has supported a Girl’s Rookie Rugby Day for over 600 people at the Cardiff City House of Sport Air Dome and a Girls Elite Camp at the club’s Vale training base. The Wales international scrum-half Tomos Williams and Blues Ladies’ flanker Kira Philpott also act as brand ambassadors for Renishaw.

CGTech to debut VERICUT Composites software at JEC

At the 2019 JEC Composites show, March 12-14, 2019 at the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, CGTech will demonstrate how advanced programming strategies and simulation can lead to better composite parts. Throughout the show in Hall 5-Stand Q49, CGTech will also demonstrate Composites V8.1.2, the latest version of VERICUT Composite Programming (VCP) & VERICUT Composite Simulation (VCS).  CGTech’s Composites V8.1.2 release of VCP and VCS features a completely redefined Graphical User Interface (GUI), enhanced suite of programming and analysis tools, and redefined methodology through the use of the powerful new Laminate Manager.

Elesa announce standard machine components for 2019

Elesa are pleased to announce their continually expanding range of high quality machine components.
Ex-stock and made in Italy are worthwhile claims for components such as handwheels, handles, clamping knobs, position indicators, knobs, latches, hinges, castors and levelling feet – for the economic importance of rapid delivery and the level of design style Elesa offer.

Investment Continues at ITC

With a trajectory of continual growth, Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) has now invested in two more grinding centres to increase its capacity for cutting tool production. The Tamworth cutting tool specialist has taken delivery of a new Walter Helitronic Power 24kW spindle with an Eco Loader, which is being followed by an Anca MX7 Linear that is set for installation early in 2019.

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