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Power
21st July 2022
Variable DC power supply aids electrical testing

Manufacturers’ interest in solar energy continues to surge, following reductions in VAT on energy efficient systems and a growing need to cut mounting energy bills for businesses.

IoT
5th July 2022
Keeping manufacturing energy consumption under control

The industrial sector accounts for 38% of total global final energy use, according to a 2021 report from the International Energy Agency.

Events News
28th March 2022
International PR firm to attend Drives & Controls

Stone Junction will be joining one of the UK’s largest exhibitions of drives, power transmission and motion control at the NEC, Birmingham, when it exhibits at Drives & Controls on April 5, 6 and 7. Stone Junction will be on stand number K112.

Latest
23rd November 2021
How transparency is opening up new possibilities in R&D

They may have been developed to better manage fluids on production lines, but transparent pressure vessels are increasingly being seen as good testing environments for R&D.

Robotics
3rd November 2018
Robot R&D: Bearings

Accuracy describes how closely a robot reaches a commanded position. When the absolute position of the robot is compared to the commanded position, the error calculated is the measure of accuracy. Chris Johnson of SMB Bearings explains how quality bearings are integral for improving accuracy in the robotics industry.

Blog
22nd June 2016
Four ways of getting girls into STEM

The UK has the lowest percentage of female engineers in Europe. Women are underrepresented across the workforce in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Encouraging girls into STEM careers requires positive messaging from a combination of parents, teachers and businesses in order to nurture their interests. To celebrate National Women in Engineering Day on 23rd June, Stone Junction has compiled four ways businesses can raise the prof...

Blog
16th March 2016
3 reasons to consider an engineering apprenticeship

Would you gamble £53,000 for a shot at your dream job? A university degree is one of the traditional routes to a career in engineering, but the costs of one are increasing every year. For those of you that didn’t know, National Apprenticeship Week (14-18th March 2016) has just begun. By Laura England, Account Executive, Stone Junction.

Analysis
8th March 2016
Webinar for users of Dassault Systémes software

Product lifecycle management (PLM) expert, Design Rule, has teamed up engineering design software expert, SSA Analysis to host an online webinar that explores best practice for users of Dassault Systémes design and simulation software.

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