Engineering and Manufacturing
Engineering Materials is the only magazine that is dedicated to embracing and following the multi-materials trend that is sweeping through industry. We strive to bring unbiased, relevant and informative editorial to allow engineers to make more informed trade offs and purchasing decisions.
We want to facilitate a culture of change by comparing and contrasting all material types and follow the innovative ways different materials are being brought together to enable step change improvements. Rather than preach to the converted by focusing on one material, Engineering Materials is set up specifically to encourage the use of the right material for the right application.
We bring readers the latest material developments as well as the most recent thinking from leading engineering companies and industry figures. Our articles give a practical and rounded view that reflect the biggest material issues of today including end-of-life considerations, joining and assembly, and the practicalities associated with adopting new materials in to a product or process.
With many traditional engineering components reaching a mature level of development, the area where the greatest gains can be made is through the better use of materials. There is no silver bullet and engineers must be smarter with the materials available. We hope Engineering Materials can be part of the solution.Learn More
For more than three decades, Eureka has been the magazine of choice for design engineers. By reporting on the latest technology, innovations and engineering applications, it seeks to inspire engineers to make their designs more efficient, cost-effective and commercially successful.
Running the gamut of engineering applications, Eureka includes special features on the aerospace, renewable energy, defence, medical and automotive sectors, as well as covering all the technology areas relevant to the modern design engineer.
Engineering design is one of the fastest-moving and most exciting facets of industry and it is Eureka’s mission to reflect this fact. By staying focused on the cutting edge, Eureka is able to keep its readers abreast of the latest technological developments and help them to apply these to their everyday work.Learn More
Published quarterly, FAST is the only magazine in the industry to provide high-quality editorial exclusively focused on the area of fastening & assembly solutions and technology. Its thoroughly researched circulation of design engineers, production engineers and manufacturing managers and directors, targets its readers more accurately than any other service provider in the sector.
With FAST’s editorial experience, brand strength and circulation, no one understands the sector better, or is in a better position to help you fulfill your companies marketing aims.
Complementing its market leading print publication, the FAST website, which is free to access, is fully interactive with regular news and comment, in-depth feature content and searchable archive, it is the ideal platform for anyone wanting to reach design engineering decision makers online.
Fully compliant for all rich media types, www.fastening-solutions.co.uk is the largest and most comprehensive independent fastening, bonding and assembly website in the UK manufacturing sector.
Industry news and comment is updated on a daily basis while feature articles and FAST Exhibition data appears on the site when it becomes available.
To date, the FAST website has been visited by 70,000 engineers and industrial designers from all over the World.Learn More
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.
For more than 25 years, Machinery Classified has been the market’s trusted used production equipment magazine.
With its rotating fortnightly circulation of 7,150 readers, plus coverage of all UK used machine tools merchants and suppliers, Machinery Classified reaches more named individuals per issue than ever before. This means that it offers the best coverage of the country’s machine tool buying universe, bar none.
In addition, it is the only ABC-accredited title offering access to a fully researched universe of machine tools using sites in the UK. And it’s the only place where sellers can reach Machinery Classified's continuously researched ‘Buying Now’ readers.
The magazine publishes frequent international issues that additionally reach 1,500 individuals around the world, while Machinery Classified magazine is supported by an innovative website, a mobile phone app and regular e-zine service that magnify both national and global reach.
Machinery Classified – the only magazine you’ll need to buy or sell used production equipment.Learn More
Launched more than 40 years ago, New Electronics is the leading publication in its field. Published every two weeks, the magazine provides electronic design engineers and design management with practical information in an exciting and compelling format.
Written by a highly experienced team of journalists and qualified engineers with an exceptional expertise and a passion for their subject, New Electronics aims to cover not just emerging technologies and the latest innovations, but also to address the real engineering challenges involved in implementing technology.
Regular sections include news and analysis, a cover story with broad appeal, interviews with industry leaders and technology features focused on embedded design, communications design and systems design. Deeper insight into specific areas or industry issues is provided through supplements and special reports.
New Electronics not only transfers technology, it also shares best practice.Learn More
Works Management (WM) is an award-winning monthly title for UK manufacturing managers, which champions best-practice among the men and women running British factories. From deciphering the latest health and safety legislation to inspiring shopfloor employees to go the extra mile, WM offers comprehensive guidance on achieving manufacturing excellence.
Renowned for its bold and expansive editorial style, WM goes on the front foot to fight for the manufacturing community. Our Females in Factories campaign, for example, is tackling the sector’s longstanding male bias which exacerbates skills shortages. WM is signing up female manufacturing champions to visit local schools and show a generation of young women the huge career opportunities on offer inside the factory gates.
WM’s innovative style has earned critical acclaim with a Professional Publishers Association accolade for outstanding editorial standards in 2012 and a Gold Award from the Trade Association Business Publications International in 2013. WM engages with readers across multiple platforms. Best-practice factory tours, the Best Factory Awards, multiple conferences and roundtable events and an all new all-new Manufacturing Champions Awards all feature in WM’s extensive events portfolio. The magazine also includes content from Plant Engineer, the professional engineering journal of the Society of Operations Engineers, providing extended coverage of key operational issues such as maintenance and asset management.
Reader view: “From my perspective, quite simply it’s a ‘must-read’”
Critic view: "Best editorial I've read in a long time. Concise, powerful, convincing, and controversial”Learn More