In a world dominated by air travel and global concerns around emissions, engineering innovation needs to be at the forefront. Airbus has done just that as they revealed a new aircraft design that could revolutionise the aviation industry.Continue reading
Considering the developments in the EV market and global zero-emissions targets, the hype around electric vehicles are continuing to make headlines. In light of the announcement from Boris Johnson about bringing forward the zero-emissions target to 2035, PRV Engineering takes a look at some of the myths behind electric vehicles.Continue reading
With all the fuss over Brexit and other issues, the UK defence industry remains a shining light in the manufacturing sector. While there are several “secret projects” nobody can talk about (just like in the movies), BAE Systems and MBDA opened their doors to The Manufacturer with an invitation to tour their facilities.
In this rare behind-the-scenes look, you will see some of the incredible developments within the UK defence industry. You will find out all you need to about inflatable sea boats, radar systems, microelectronics, missiles and Environmental Stress Screening. Before we get started, let’s take a closer look at BAE Systems and MBDA.Continue reading
Waterjet cutting has increasingly become the ideal solution for many companies dealing with machine tool cutting procedures. Over and above the countless benefits of waterjet cutting machines, they can notably cut through nearly any material. This ranges from glass and metal to composites and stones which other cutters would typically struggle with, especially in terms of precision and superior results.
However, as good as waterjet cutting machines are, there are several misconceptions and PRV decided to set the record straight. Fact is, hydro-abrasive waterjet cutting has evolved remarkably and is one of the most effective machining methods today. This article aims at busting 8 common myths and shed some light on the services available at PRV Engineering.Continue reading
How do we solve the cost versus quality conundrum in precision engineering?
One thing to keep in mind is that quality isn’t always more expensive but, at the same time, cheap isn’t always the answer either. Where do you draw the line and how do they determine quality costs?Continue reading