Josh Farrell

Preventing wear and erosion: UniSA collab delivers new cladding solution for heavy industry.

The upfront cost of machinery used by heavy industry is exacerbated by the continual need for maintenance. Shutdowns for equipment repair can cost more than $100K for every hour of downtime. Therefore, a competitive advantage is to increase the longevity of machinery and to improve the repair, remanufacture and re-use of componentry.
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Sevaan Group trials four-day week

Leading parts contract manufacturer, Sevaan Group, announced today it is trialling a four-day week to evaluate improvement in staff well-being, attracting new talent, and increasing productivity.
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People at the heart of Toyota’s approach to accelerate the future of car manufacturing

At its recently held monozukuri (‘the art of making things’) workshop, Kazuaki Shingo, chief production officer Toyota Motor Corporation, explained the transformative approach to car-making the company is taking by leveraging Toyota’s unique human-centred approach to manufacturing.
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Improving compressor efficiency

Zahid Rasool, managing director BOGE Australia, enlightened the Manufacturers’ Monthly team on how the BOGE S-4 series air compressors offer a unique combination of energy saving, improved efficiency, high durability and sustainability. 
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What Your Executive Team Needs to Know about Industry 4.0 Technologies: IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, is revolutionising the way businesses operate and compete according to an article from ECI solutions.
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Revolutionising neuromorphic sensory devices

RMIT researchers have unveiled a device that possesses the ability to ‘see’ and create memories, akin to the way humans do. Manufacturers’ Monthly sits down with team leader Professor Sumeet Walia to learn how the device can reshape the landscape of autonomous technologies. 
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The benefits of Quick-Fit ducting for Australian businesses

In the ever-evolving landscape of business, adaptability and efficiency are key factors that determine a company’s success. One such innovation that promises to enhance both these aspects for Australian businesses is Quick-Fit (QF) Ducting. Read More