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Editor: Jonathan Severn
6th July 2016

Machine builders in the UK are wondering how the Brexit vote will affect their businesses, whether they export to Europe or further afield, or just serve customers within the UK. Overseas firms exporting to the UK are similarly concerned. However, it seems likely that nothing will change for at least the next two years.

CE marking under the Machinery Directive will continue unaltered for now, and the development process for standards will be the same.

However, as the UK's exit from the EU is negotiated over the next two years, we shall find out what form the UK's trading relationships with Europe and the rest of the world will take. If there are any changes that will affect readers of MachineBuilding.net, we will keep you updated.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

isigus Smart Plastics help to avoid unplanned downtime
igus is launching linear guides, e-chains and chainflex cables with built-in sensors that detect wear and raise alarms via monitoring modules. More?

gaSelecting the best additive manufacturing machines and materials
3D printing is gaining popularity among machine builders, and now it is easier to choose machines and materials thanks to Granta and Senvol. More?

urUniversal Robots+ simplifies collaborative robot implementation
UR+ makes it simpler to find hardware and software add-ons to implement collaborative robot applications quickly, dependably and at lower cost. More?

woWeConnect: easy-to-use and reliable remote connectivity
Westermo says its WeConnect system provides non-experts with an easy yet secure way to access machines remotely via the internet. More?

yaA simpler way for machines and robots to interact
Yaskawa is introducing the MotoLogix interface for direct programming of a robot via a PLC, with no need for robot programming expertise. More?

EVENTS AND COURSES

paPPMA seminar - Practical Machinery Safety (PUWER)
This month the PPMA is running a seminar focusing on practical machinery safety, PUWER and risk assessments for new and existing machinery. More?

lgConference: collaborative robots in automotive manufacturing
Find out more about next-generation collaborative robots and automation at this manufacturer-led conference that takes place on 17/18 August. More?

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SPONSORED ANNOUNCEMENTS

stIntelligent HMIs with safety functionality for mobile machines
Sensor-Technik's interACT V HMIs come with touchscreen sizes from 7 to 12 inches and are suitable for SIL2 safety-orientated applications. More?

pzPress retrofit increases productivity, availability and safety
Pilz has upgraded the control system for a 1980s eccentric press, resulting in productivity, availability and safety matching that of a new press. More?

lsLee Spring expands Lite Pressure spring series
Lee Spring's Lite Pressure compression springs are now available from stock in pressures from 1psi to 15psi, with incremental choices in between. More?

ah18.5inch IP65 multitouch panel PC with waterproof M12 connectors
Advantech is launching widescreen multitouch panel PCs with IP65 protection and waterproof connectors for protection against pressure cleaning. More?

mnMiniature motors offer higher torque and better speed control
Available from Mclennan, Portescap's new energy-efficient 16mm DC motors are characterised by more uniform power and smoother speed control. More?

lei500 inverter parameters easily set by smartphone
A new app from Lenze means that parameters for its i500 inverters can be viewed, set, diagnosed and updated wirelessly using a mobile phone. More?

isUSB 3.0 industrial cameras with next-generation CMOS sensors
Extremely compact and remarkably versatile, the new USB 3.0 cameras from IDS achieve high-quality, low-noise images, even in poor light. More?

agASG supplies machine guarding for Kawasaki Robotics showroom
ASG has supplied and installed aesthetically pleasing Satech modular perimeter machine guarding for Kawasaki Robotics' showroom. More?

USEFUL RESOURCE

Machine risk assessment guidance, tips and advice
This in-depth article provides guidance, tips, advice and sources of more information for machine builders and users of existing equipment. More?
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DAILY DILBERT

From engineering to marketing
This week Dilbert is watched by his mother, Wally is Wally, and Ted goes off sick after an incident with a fly - but he may return to a new position in marketing. More?

Jonathan Severn
Editor
editor@machinebuilding.net

Andrew Turner
Sales Manager
a.turner@machinebuilding.net
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