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Introducing the Lathe: The Mother of All Machine Tools

Introducing the Lathe: The Mother of All Machine Tools

Lathes have been part of the manufacturing ecosystem for millennia, so it is impressive to see that they remain relevant to this day.

3 industries that benefit from injection molding

3 industries that benefit from injection molding

Injection molding is the most common method for mass-producing plastic products. With the right material and blueprint, you can produce anything from lawn chairs to toys or disposable cutlery.

What are the benefits of specialist software?

If you have a specialist firm then you need specialist equipment to help run it. An accountancy business is very different from any other type of business and you need to make sure that you have all the tools to complete it properly.

How CNC machining is enhancing manufacturing

How CNC machining is enhancing manufacturing

Whether your manufacturing business has been on the market for a while or you are new to the game, learning about technologies to improve your business and production operations will ensure a successful business future.

Are Millennials bringing back print?

In this digital age, there seems to be the belief that print media is either dead or dying. One potential culprit for this thought is that the younger generations are “addicted” to devices such as smartphones, and therefore have no interest in print media.

How productivity has improved efficiency in manufacturing…

Technology is evolving across every business, allowing companies to become more productive and efficient.

Print marketing shouldn’t be ignored by start-ups

Although a lot of the business world may feel it to be true, print is far from dead! A lot of companies are indeed adopting more digitally focused marketing strategies, but traditional forms of print marketing still offer various benefits that firms may miss out on if they get too caught up with all things digital.

How to create a quality brochure to attract the best undergraduates to your university

Are you looking to increase your university’s UCAS application numbers? According to the latest statistics, studying for the majority of students stands at £9,250 for courses beginning in 2018.

British furniture manufacturer invests in digital transformation programme

Leading furniture manufacturer and designer Godfrey Syrett has outsourced its IT support and services to Technology Services Group (TSG) as part of its initiative to focus on long-term, sustainable growth.

Dell unveils new laptops, 2-in-1s and mixed reality headset

Dell unveils new laptops, 2-in-1s and mixed reality headset

Dell has revealed a suite of holiday wish-list worthy devices and services that provide the most immersive and comprehensive computing experience available.

Acer convertible Nitro 5 Spin notebook designed for casual gaming

Acer convertible Nitro 5 Spin notebook designed for casual gaming

Acer has announced the new Acer Nitro 5 Spin, a convertible notebook designed to provide maximum versatility for casual gaming. Its flexible design, powerful components, touchscreen, and popular gaming features make it ideal for a variety of games and gaming scenarios.

Q&A with Gary Peeling

Q&A with Gary Peeling

Since 1966, Precision Printing has been proudly serving the printing industry. As a way of commemorating this momentous occasion, their team is sharing their insights into their professions and industry. Here, we have a Q&A with Group CEO Gary Peeling.

Canon launches SELPHY CP 1300

Canon launches SELPHY CP 1300

Canon has announced the launch of the ultra-compact SELPHY CP 1300. Designed to make lasting memories with lab-quality photos, SELPHY CP 1300 allows users to connect and print directly from their smartphone or camera.

Canon introduces the new 3-in-1 printer

Canon introduces the new 3-in-1 printer

Canon has unveiled the new 3-in-1 multifunctional inkjet printer for users to print, scan and copy at home.

Why small businesses need anti-virus software

Why small businesses need anti-virus software

All PC users should be using anti-virus software and small businesses are no different. Computer security for small businesses can consist of a number of layers, using the typical desktop security products such as anti-virus, antispam and firewalls, network intrusion detection and hardware technologies such as disk encryption, biometric fingerprint recognition and security tokens.