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Machinery magazine is for purchasers, specifiers, directors, managers, users and production engineers involved with metal-cutting and/or metal-forming machine tools that are used in the production environment.
First published in 1912, we report on the development and application of machine tools, as well as the support equipment required to manage, program and run them, or clean, further process or inspect the work that is produced.
In addition to this technical content, Machinery profiles companies using such technology and highlights the business drivers that have prompted their adoption of latest manufacturing technology or processes as exemplars of good practice.
Industry issues such as training or any relevant legislation (eg REACH) are also tackled, along with key manufacturing technology exhibitions, such as the biennial UK exhibition MACH and the European exhibition series EMO, also biennial.
Other industry events, taking in seminars/Open Houses at technology suppliers/manufacturers or manufacturing-centred organisations like the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing (near Sheffield), are another aspect of Machinery’s editorial coverage that keep readers informed of leading-edge developments.
So, every month, the magazine brings a mix of comment, news and features to keep our manufacturing audience up to date, supported by www.machinery.co.uk, where industry news, product launches and selected feature articles are also published.
Machinery – for those cutting or forming metal as a central production process and who want to make sure no relevant development passes them by.