- 3D printed tool
- Asia Pacific
- Australian manufacturers
- industrial network security
- Invar‑361 “mandrel tool artefact"
- Madison Technologies
- Medicom Group
- Meltech Innovation Canada
- Renewable Energy
- SAI Global
- skills and training
- surgical and respiratory mask manufacturer
- utility-scale energy storage
- VRB Energy
AML3D to commercialise Boeing 3D printed tool
AML3D Limited, a wire additive manufacturing company, has received a purchase contract to produce a 3D printed tooling component from Boeing, called an Invar‑361 “mandrel tool artefact.”
BCPG and VRB Energy deliver utility-scale energy storage business
BCPG, renewable energy company in Thailand and Asia-Pacific, is expanding its business into utility-scale energy storage with the investment of US$24 million in VRB Energy, vanadium flow battery technology manufacturer.
Medicom opens new facility to produce mask filter material
Medicom Group, a Canadian surgical and respiratory mask manufacturer, has created a new manufacturing subsidiary, Meltech Innovation Canada, to produce the inner filter material used in the surgical, paediatric and N95-type respiratory masks.
Staying relevant through learning and training
Manufacturers’ Monthly caught up with Rod Beath, head of product, compliance and assurance learning (Australia) for SAI Global to find out more about the importance of training for the future.
How to consistently check your industrial network’s security
Global industrial connectivity supplier Moxa, distributed in Australia by Madison Technologies, reveals tips when using software to perform configurations to ensure industrial network security.