June 2018

Special Feature  Motorsport

Snapchat – Out of this world engineering

Special feature – Motors and gearboxes

Stock Take Product and service review

EMEX 2018 – Massive success highlights

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Core – Workshop, Machinery, Power Systems and Environment.

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Counterfeiting has been around for centuries.

It has, and as the world continues its march toward globalisation, will always be a problem. I recently saw a tv programme where an expert explained how Japanese samurai sword (known as a katana in this case) makers would chisel signatures (mei) on the tangs of a sword to ensure its origin of ownership. Owners would put their own unique versions of who, what, where and when underneath the intricately wrapped handles.



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