- 3d printing
- 2020 Women in Industry
- advanced welding
- AI Group
- Australia & New Zealand
- Australian and international speakers
- BAE Systems Australia
- Blue Impacts
- Cobot welding
- collaborative robots
- COVID-19 Vaccination Claim Scheme
- David Wilton
- expanding market
- heavy industry
- Impact X Summit Sydney
- Innes Willox
- integrated package
- Jackie Gray-Lewis
- manufacturing sector
- net zero emissions
- opportunities for women
- the Digital Forge
- The Last Word
- ULTEM 9085 filament with Continuous Fibre Reinforcement
- You Can’t Be What You Can’t See podcast
Be the role model – you can’t be what you can’t see
Manufacturers’ Monthly speaks with 2020 Women in Industry award winner, mechanical engineer Jackie Gray-Lewis from BAE Systems Australia, about creating opportunities and support for women.
Beginning of the end of the COVID crisis?
Hopefully, and especially given the changing attitudes towards living with COVID-19 seen in our two largest states, the beginning of the end of this crisis may be in sight.
Introducing Lorch Cobot welding to Australia & New Zealand
Lorch Schweißtechnik GmbH (Lorch) is a leader in the design, development, and application of advanced welding technologies. Based in Germany, they are at the cutting edge of industry 4.0, developing smarter solutions for tomorrow’s industrial challenges. They bring the next level of welding to the table with collaborative robot technologies and advanced welding – in one integrated package.
New FX20 3D printer expands Markforged’s market
Markforged, creator of the integrated metal and carbon fibre additive manufacturing platform, The Digital Forge, is advancing its position as a leader in point-of-need production of industrial-strength end use parts with the FX20 printer.
Expedite pathways to net zero at the Impact X Summit Sydney
The Impact X Summit Sydney to be held virtually on 2-3 November brings together an ambitious line-up of Australian and international leaders from government, NGOs, Indigenous organisations and industry sectors to discuss technology, investment and collaborative pathways to net zero emissions by 2050.