Posts Tagged: engineering

Project Corran – Corran II visor achieves CE Marking

Corran II face shield in use

In late March, as the potential impact of the Covid19 crisis became apparent, two Highland based innovation companies 4c Engineering and Aseptium contacted their local hospital to see if they could apply their engineering and innovation skills/equipment/personnel to meet any of the anticipated needs. See flyer for pricing, and contact Corran@4cengineering.co.uk to order. Urgent demand,… Read more »

Corran Update

Corran headband laser cutting

For more info on how to make the Corran visor, with Drawings and Assembly Guide, go to http://aseptium.com/corran/ Bumping up the volume We are delighted to announce that we’ve now managed to produce and deliver over 7,800 Corran visors to our local hospital ICU and other recipients such as care homes, dentists, pharmacies and the… Read more »

Final week of the placement…

Hi, Juliette again. I am 4c engineering’s summer placement student for 2019 and the end is drawing nearer. It is the final week of my placement and it seems to have gone so fast. In such a short time I feel I have improved so much in both my engineering ability and in my professional… Read more »

Introducing Juliette, our summer intern 2019

JG 3D printer

Hi, I’m Juliette Goddard, currently on a three-month engineering placement at 4c Engineering during the summer before my fourth year at Heriot Watt university in Edinburgh, where I am a masters student on the Mechanical Engineering course. I applied for the internship in order to develop my design engineering skills and to see what an… Read more »

“Mecha-what?” part 2

Ocado robot warehouse

A few years back a couple of 4c’s engineers had a small hand in the prototyping and systems engineering of this robotic warehousing system – brilliant to see the whole vision fully realised and operational. Further reading: The Ocado robot swarms that pack your shopping And in case you were in any doubt about the… Read more »