- Annual Highlights Report
- ARM Hub
- AUSPACK 2022
- Australian Industrial Businesses
- Australian manufacturing
- Belt Guards
- Brad Hudson
- Digi-Key Electronics
- global distribution agreement
- Global Training Systems
- Halden Engela
- Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC)
- irregular surfaces
- Lockheed Martin Australia
- MHM Series
- Peter Ashworth
- product handling
- program director
- SMC Corporation
- SPARK Microsystems
- transporting workpieces
- ultra-wideband wireless transceiver
SPARK Microsystems, Digi-Key announce distribution agreement
Digi-Key Electronics has secured a global distribution agreement with SPARK Microsystems to offer ultra-low power wireless communications for high-performance personal area networks and IoT-connected devices.
SMC’s Magnetic Gripper moves workpieces on irregular surfaces
In 2020, SMC added to its gripper range with the launch of the MHM series. This innovative gripper makes use of magnetic technology and is ideal for product handling on irregular surfaces.
The Dodge TAII: Worth its weight in gears
Dodge’s classic tagline, “If you ain’t first, you’re last” couldn’t be truer when it comes to upgrading legacy belt driven gearboxes to the Dodge Torque Arm II (TAII) generation of drives. As the Dodge Torque Arm II comes up on its 20th year in the Australian market, there is much that can be said about … Continue reading The Dodge TAII: Worth its weight in gears
IMCRC catalyses over $230 million in investment
The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) has released its Annual Highlights Report, highlighting that it has catalysed over $230 million in investment to date in manufacturing innovation and R&D across Australia.
New program director for Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin Australia has appointed former Royal Australian Navy (RAN) director of General Navy Aviation Systems, Commodore (Retd) Peter Ashworth, as its program director for Global Training Systems.