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3D printing gets a little closer to offering

3D printing gets a little closer to offering "a factory in a box"

Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 is among a group of possibly game-changing industrial-level 3D printers set to become available this year. Brent Balinski spoke to company co-founder Simon Fried about…

Mobile computing - the promises and the pitfalls

Mobile computing - the promises and the pitfalls

More and more manufacturers are taking advantage of mobile computing devices in the workplace, but many remain unaware of the problems they can generate. Alan Johnson reports.

The 2016 PROFIBUS & PROFINET Global Forum

The 2016 PROFIBUS & PROFINET Global Forum

A lot of the buzz and excitement around innovation today is centred around cutting-edge research, sleek technology and start ups. It can be easy to forget the important role that innovation plays in…

Moving manufacturing successes into the national psyche: what’s needed?

Moving manufacturing successes into the national psyche: what’s needed?

There’s cautious optimism around that manufacturing’s fortunes have changed. Brent Balinski spoke to Jens Goennemann and Andrew Stevens of the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre about building on…

With a little polish, scandium could be the next big thing

With a little polish, scandium could be the next big thing

Like titanium, scandium is a metal Australia possesses in world-leading amounts, and – with a little work – it could present big industrial opportunities. Brent Balinski reports on a recently…

Adelaide invention helps auto supplier diversify

Automotive supplier Adelaide Tooling has seized an opportunity to diversify its operations, manufacturing a new retractable flyscreen and block-out blind system.

Redflow prepares to launch battery storage units after successful trial

ASX-listed, Brisbane-based business Redflow has announced the successful trial of its home battery storage units, and plans to launch these in March.


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Australia’s  Chief Scientist on techno-optimism, renewable energy and encouraging STEM

Australia’s Chief Scientist on techno-optimism, renewable energy and encouraging STEM

Dr Alan Finkel, a neuroscientist, engineer, entrepreneur and philanthropist, took over as Australia’s new Chief Scientist on January 25 this year.

3D printing gets a little closer to offering

3D printing gets a little closer to offering "a factory in a box"

Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 is among a group of possibly game-changing industrial-level 3D printers set to become available this year. Brent Balinski spoke to company co-founder Simon Fried about what it offers.

Mobile computing - the promises and the pitfalls

Mobile computing - the promises and the pitfalls

More and more manufacturers are taking advantage of mobile computing devices in the workplace, but many remain unaware of the problems they can generate. Alan Johnson reports.

It’s time for manufacturers to get nimble

It’s time for manufacturers to get nimble

A recently released manufacturing survey reveals agility is not just beneficial for our physical health, but for companies as well. Alan Johnson reports.

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Keeping the News Presses going

Keeping the News Presses going

Simon Leach has a large and complex job, as Electrical Services Coordinator for the Fairfax Media Group, Simon has to ensure that the printing presses are ready to run every day; after all, news is a time critical commodity.

Scaling for Growth with Multi-Tier Business Systems

Scaling for Growth with Multi-Tier Business Systems

To tier or not to tier? That is often the question when developing a strategy to replace or consolidate business systems, especially ERP systems. But there’s all kinds of complexity in this decision, especially for manufacturing companies.

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