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All-New ‘Materials & Manufacturing Technologies’ Magazine Launches November 2015

11 August 2015

An all new magazine, M&MT, is due to launch in November, covering the full range of lightweight materials currently available in the UK, as well as newly developing solutions, it will also show how to machine/process and produce parts faster that are both stronger and lighter.

According to the magazine, regardless of the industry sector you work in, if you can reduce weight you will save costs, M&MT can show you how. M&MT says it will reach a combined audience of 32,000 decision makers/influencers, across the entire lightweight materials supply chain and into the large OEMs, through both printed and digital copies.

Issue 1 will contain features on:

  • Tooling,
  • Carbon Fibre Composites as The Material of the Month,
  • Aerospace Industry Spotlight,
  • Testing,
  • HP-RTM,
  • Bloodhound SSC,
  • The M&MT Soapbox Section.

The Manufacturers of the Month section offers an advertorial opportunity, PLUS an in depth show preview of Advanced Engineering UK 2015 held at The NEC in November with 1,000 of the printed copies being distributed at the event.





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