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Knowledge base and supplier of Controlled Expansion and Soft Magnetic Alloys
Knowledge base and supplier of Controlled Expansion and Soft Magnetic Alloys

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Are you concerned about the rising costs of raw materials and the effect it's having on your supply chain ?

Talk to the team at Nicofe Materials Ltd , we may have a solution for you!

#Invar #Kovar #Dilvar #SuperInvar #Alloy42 #manufacturing #supplychain #UKmfg
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Controlled Thermal Expansion Alloys #CTE #Thermocycle
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Laser charging system for mobile devices could charge phones and tablets completely wirelessly from a distance of up to 12m




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Space Industry Bill briefing
 Limit the liability of satellite launch and operations licence holders – government should implement a cap similar to current cap of €60m.
o Deregulation Act 2015 introduced a cap to unlimited liability; however the unlimited indemnification concept has been reintroduced by the Space Industry Bill.
o Concept of unlimited liability is likely to deter investment, growth and recruitment to the UK. A mandatory cap should be grandfathered into the new Bill to allow the government to have reasonable and proportionate discretion as to the liability gap while also encouraging commercial development and investment.
 Ensure that the terminology in the Space Industry Bill is consistent with the language used by Space industry – at present there is no consistency or clarity which risks terms in the Bill being ambiguous.
o Example of confusion is that Space industry uses ‘launch systems’ or ‘launch services’ to refer to the launching of satellites, whereas the Bill appears to use the word ‘spacecraft’ to refer to the same thing. Industry, however, uses ‘spacecraft’ to refer to man-made objects that are delivered into space (aka the payload).
 Space Industry Bill should not conflict with Outer Space Act (1986) – it needs to be made clear for users whether any aspects of the current licencing regime would be modified or replaced by licencing mechanisms associated with the Space Industry Bill.
o For the UK licencing regime to be competitive and attractive, it would be preferable that an applicant need only deal with one licence application form

https://nicofe.com/2018/01/18/2002/
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