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Market Talk 3/19 - HANNOVER MESSE 2019, Robots in Space, Happy Birthday Game Boy, Basics of 3D Printing and a Hearty World Sensation

By Timo Schmidt on May 22, 2019

Typically, engineers focus on the smallest of details. From time to time, however, it is worth taking a look at the big picture – or even beyond it. What are the concerns of the market? What is being talked about and above all: where does the journey lead to? Here is our overview.

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Market Talk 2/19 - An end to back pain, Smart Maintenance, how VW promotes the industrial cloud with Amazon and the tech trends of tomorrow

By Timo Schmidt on Apr 10, 2019

Typically, engineers focus on the smallest of details. From time to time, however, it is worth taking a look at the big picture – or even beyond it. What are the concerns of the market? What is being talked about and above all: where does the journey lead to? Here is our overview.

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Market Talk 1/19 - Changes at Universities, how Robots Create Jobs, Bugatti Brake Caliper from 3D Print, and why it is Worthwhile to Visit the Hannover Fair 2019

By Timo Schmidt on Feb 06, 2019

Typically, engineers focus on the smallest of details. From time to time, however, it is worth taking a look at the big picture – or even beyond it. What are the concerns of the market? What is being talked about and above all: where does the journey lead to? Here is our overview.

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Review: Expomina 2018, Lima (Peru)

By WP on Oct 31, 2018

The 6th edition of the international trade fair EXPOMINA was held from September 12th to 14th in Lima (Peru). Within just a few years this exhibition has developed into one of the largest worldwide and most significant mining trade fairs in Latin America. A comprehensive range of heavy machinery, equipment and services were presented on an exhibition area totaling 47,000 m². Like previous trade fairs the event was again hosted in the Centro de Exposiciones Jockey.

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Holiday Reading for Engineers

By WP on Aug 01, 2018

Summer time is holiday time. And holiday time means it is time to get lost in a book. Finally having time to plunge into a book and travel to distant planets, go on adventures or to get to know more about the life of a certain person. Regardless of whether you sit on a balcony or couch, at the beach or in an alpine cabin enjoying the fresh mountain air, a book is always a pleasant companion. We have selected five highly interesting books for your holidays.

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Review: Expomin 2018, Santiago (Chile)

By WP on May 23, 2018

The 15th edition of the World Exhibition and Congress EXPOMIN was held from 23rd to 27th April in Santiago (Chile). EXPOMIN is considered Latin America's largest mining fair and provides with a total exhibition space of 55.000m² a comprehensive overview over the cutting-edge technologies of this industry. Like the previous exhibtions, the event was hosted in the Espacio Riesco Convention Center.

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Review: PLASTINDIA 2018, Ahmedabad

By WP on May 09, 2018

The 10th edition of the PLASTINDIA Exhibition and Conference took place from 7th to 12th February 2018. PLASTINDIA is the most significant exhibition on plastics in India and offers a unique overview of the world of plastics in fifteen exhibition halls on a gross area of 125.000 sqm. Like the previous exhibitions, PLASTINDIA 2018 was hosted at the exhibition center Helipad Grounds in Gandhinagar - Ahmedabad (Gujarat, India).

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Review: STESSA 2018, Christchurch (NZ)

By WP on Mar 07, 2018

The 9th International STESSA Conference on the Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas took place from February 17 to 19 in Christchurch (New Zealand). This conference, which is triennially held, is organized by the Steel Construction New Zealand Incorporated (SCNZ) in cooperation with the University of Auckland, the University of Canterbury and the University of Naples. Like the previous STESSA Conferences, the University of Canterbury was selected to host this event.

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8 Healthy Day-to-Day Work Tips for Engineers

By Hannah Döttling on Jan 10, 2018

New year – new luck! This also means: a new attempt at keeping the good resolutions we keep on setting for ourselves at the beginning of a new year. We admit: we usually revert quickly to old habits. But, aren’t we annoyed with ourselves? So, why don’t you put into action one very important resolution commonly with us? We’ll show you how you can make your workday healthier with only a few tricks – this will not only help you work more effective and motivated, but in the long run, your health will also benefit from this.

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Last Minute Present Ideas for Engineers

By Hannah Döttling on Dec 20, 2017

The Christmas season – the time of rest and reflection? Well… instead of love, harmony, warmth and a sense of well-being, many of us actually associate the pre-Christmas period with stress, deadlines and overtime. A pile of projects heaped up on our desk which, ideally, should be completed before the holidays. In our private life, Christmas parties, visits to or from relatives and preparations for Christmas dinner make schedules even busier.

But, let’s be honest: the greatest cause of stress comes from our desperate search for suitable presents. After all, we would like to get something "special" for everyone.

If this sentence makes you nervous – don’t panic! We are going to show you how you can still please your loved ones with only four days before Christmas, in spite of your long to-do list.

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