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Welcome to The Art of the Impossible, a podcast for the design and manufacturing industry that explores how you can leverage technology, processes, and people to make the impossible possible.
Experts from the design and manufacturing world get together to discuss their perspectives on the challenges our industry faces, and share what they are doing to overcome them.
From smart products, mass customization, digitization, supply chain resilience, and the convergence of once diverse industries, this podcast is for anyone that runs a design and manufacturing business who is interested in reimagining what's possible.
In this episode, William Bridgman, Chairman at Warren Services, and Chris Greenough, CCO at SDE Technology share ideas about Digital Transformation and offer advice to those looking to start their own journey.
Join the conversation with Nick Hussey, CEO of The Manufacturer, and Jason Cole of Jonathan Lee Recruitment and learn how you can find the next generation of digitally empowered manufacturing leaders.
Listen in as Matthew MacLennan, mechanical design engineer at Steve Vick International discusses what defines an innovative idea, and, more importantly, how to turn it into a business model.
In this episode, we speak with Hobs Studio’s former 3D Tech Lead, Kadine James, and Managing Director of Hosokawa Micron, James Moore, about the digital skills gap in the design and manufacturing industry.
Paul Perera, technology manager at myMaskFit, and Nicole Pellizzon, aeronautical engineer undergraduate at Imperial College London discuss the transformational impact for why SMEs and universities should collaborate.
In this episode, transport and manufacturing expert Rachel Eade MBE and Managing Director of Playdale Playgrounds Barry Leahey MBE discuss the future of supply chains and what resilience looks like while exploring the full makeup of the supply chain beyond widgets and services.
In this episode, Dr Saeed Talebi, University of Birmingham, and Equitus Engineering Limited, Raam Shanker, talk about the cross-pollination of mass customization from the design and manufacturing industry into the construction industry.
Join Charlotte Horobin, regional director for Make UK, and Ralf H. Komor, from Komor Interim Management, who discuss keeping abreast of changes as companies are digitalizing and connecting at unprecedented rates. Is it possible to rethink value propositions?
We are joined by Jocelyn Cole, Goods Lift General Manager for Penny Hydraulics, and the University of Warwick’s Dr. Simon Leigh to try to understand if we’re taking too narrow a view on the topic of automation and what we need to do to embrace change.
In this episode, James Selka, CEO of the Manufacturing Technologies Association, and Denise Taylor, Director of Wylde Connections, discuss how companies can embrace the idea of sustainability and apply them to the way we design, make and sell products.
There seems to be a misconception around the fact that manufacturing flexibility is purely process-related. A choice between robots and machine tools, followed by a factory reconfiguration based on that choice. What does flexibility really mean for SMEs?
What's the difference between customer experience and customer service? What does good look like, and why should SMEs care? To explore this subject, we welcome Ilham Said, CEO and founder of Engineer 2 Engineer, and Richard Hagan, Managing Director of Crystal Doors.