- 3d printing
- 300M Series Industrial Planetary Gearmotors
- Australian Defence
- Australian Industry & Defence Network’s Young Achiever of the Year
- CBG Systems
- DC-link capacitors
- Delta Velos
- green energy
- Hypersonix Launch Systems
- industrial applications
- joint venture
- Lakeland Steel
- Lukas Krellmann
- nanometer technology
- PolyCharge America
- PowerPack system
- Rheinmetall PolyCharge GmbH
- semiconductor chips
- spaceplane parts
- Sydney Manufacturing Hub
- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC)
- Tasmanian government
- timber sector
- University of Sydney
CBG Systems’ personnel named Tasmanian Defence Young Achiever
Lukas Krellmann from local manufacturer, CBG Systems, has been named Australian Industry & Defence Network’s Young Achiever of the Year for Tasmania.
Tackling the timber sector with Bonfiglioli New Zealand and Lakeland Steel
Lakeland Steel has been a leader in designing and manufacturing custom conveying systems for the New Zealand logging industry since 1976. While the company originated in the forestry sector, they offer custom built materials handling equipment and end-to-end engineering solutions for sawmills, bulk material handling and scrap metal.
TSMC plans record investment in chip manufacturing expansion
Chip manufacturing company, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) – which supplies silicon for Apple – plans to spend up to $44 billion on increasing its manufacturing capacity in 2022.
Rheinmetall joins PolyCharge in e-mobility and green energy venture
As part of its electrification strategy, Rheinmetall is setting up a joint venture with US start-up PolyCharge America, Inc. to produce, develop and market DC-link capacitors.
Zero emissions spaceplane parts to be manufactured by Hypersonix
Hypersonix Launch Systems, an Australian engineering, design and build company, is investigating the manufacture of flight-critical components for their green hydrogen-powered launch vehicles at the University of Sydney.