News and resources for machine builders

MachineBuilding.net is the UK’s only focused website where machine builders find information about products, services and systems for machinery and industrial automation. 

The website is updated daily with news and articles, published on the following subjects:

  •  Aluminium framework systems
  •  Bearings
  •  Electric motors & actuators, gearmotors and linear motors
  •  Electronic components
  •  Energy efficiency
  •  Events and education
  •  Fastening and joining
  •  Fluid handling
  •  Hand tools
  •  Hydraulics
  •  Industrial drives
  •  Industrial networking
  •  Industry news
  •  Legislation, regulations and standards
  •  Machine control
  •  Machine vision systems and components
  •  Machinery safety Marking, coding and labelling
  •  Materials
  •  Mechanical positioners, indexers and X-Y tables
  •  Motion control
  •  Oils, greases, lubricants and cutting fluids
  •  Panel building, switchgear and electrical equipment
  •  Parts feeders
  •  Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  •  Pneumatics
  •  Power transmission
  •  Publishing
  •  Robotics
  •  Sensors, transducers and instrumentation
  •  Services and processes
  •  Software
  •  Springs, knobs, feet and miscellaneous hardware

 

Information is sourced from manufacturers, distributors, industry bodies and qualified experts. The site is updated daily and is professionally edited to assure readers of balanced, fair and truthful content.

MachineBuilding.net concentrates on new developments, interesting applications and the latest advances in the field of machine and systems building. The site also provides expert commentary on how machines are being designed and built for specific industry sectors. Further, it provides invaluable guidance on product selection, explores industry issues and unravels the implications of relevant legislation.

 

Editorial Policy

MachineBuilding.net provides machine builders with easy access to the most comprehensive selection of news, new products and application case studies from relevant suppliers. There are almost 30,000 articles of refence currently available on MachineBuilding.net, making it one of the richest resources available to the machine building community. 

Machinebuilding.net is owned by The Engineering Network Ltd. The two Partners and shareholders in the business are Luke Webster and Mark Newby, veteran engineering magazine publishers and engineering exhibition organisers with more than 60 years of hands-on success behind them. You can check out the profiles of both partners on Linked In. MachineBuilding.net publishes all editorial articles completely free of any charges, solely and exclusively on relevance and merit alone. Companies have the facility of paying to add pictures to articles, but all articles for publication are selected, edited and actioned by the MachineBuilding.net Editor. We are serious about our commitment to providing readers with quality information that is fair, truthful, accurate and unbiased. We are committed to delivering content that is of value to our chosen audience. 

Former Machinebuilding.net editor Jonathan Severn has written the Guide to the New Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, of which over 9000 copies have been distributed worldwide, and before long we will announce an Editorial Standards Panel tasked with overseeing the independence and high standards for which machinebuilding.net has always been rightly acclaimed.

Machinebuilding.net is updated daily and as a result has become the first port of call for UK machine builders seeking trustworthy news, views and new product information coupled with details of fresh application successes. All editorial published at machinebuilding.net appears on merit alone and is included on the site free of any charges.

 

 

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