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- additive manufacturing
- AI Group
- APS Industrial
- ARM Hub
- artificial intelligence
- Australian Industrial Businesses
- Australian Made
- CAPS Australia
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- KITO PWB
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- packaging and processing
- Paddock to Plate
- Raj Jadow
- Seal Innovations
- Steve Keown
- variable speed drives
- viva energy
Seeding solutions for a Queensland bark mix manufacturer
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said: “The creation of a thousand forests is contained in a single acorn.” This is the case for Queensland-based Bassett Barks, who produce potting mix for plants from composted bark that provide healthy soil nutrients for growing operations. At the heart of Bassett Barks’ operations is a philosophy that promotes organic … Continue reading Seeding solutions for a Queensland bark mix manufacturer
Manufacturers need reliable access to energy. Here’s how you can improve your power availability.
The energy requirements of a manufacturing site are complex. Power consumption is generally high, and large assets can cause power fluctuations leading to irregularities and equipment damage. On top of this are safety concerns and a need to minimise downtime.
Raising a glass to a historic Dandenong manufacturer
Oceania Glass™ is Australia’s Architectural Glassmaker with a proud heritage serving Australia, having sold their very first glass in 1856. Oceania Glass offers a comprehensive range of value-add glass solutions through an extensive customer supply network across Australia and New Zealand. Their glass is featured in many of Australia’s most iconic buildings, including the Australian … Continue reading Raising a glass to a historic Dandenong manufacturer
Start-up to rising star
Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out more behind the growth of Australian vitamins business, Star Combo, as they worked with BDO to become one of the country’s leading contract manufacturers of supplements.
Phat Scooters are built for adventure with LOCTITE®
Phat Scooters, an electric scooter manufacturing company, have quickly become the hottest scooters in the market.
Driving growth with AI technology
In discussion with Professor Will Browne, chair in Manufacturing Robotics at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and CSIRO, with ARM Hub, Manufacturers’ Monthly learns how manufacturers can access AI as a tool to grow their business.
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.
Strategies for enhancing customer engagement & brand image during supply chain disruption
According to a recent White House report, manufacturing, construction, retail, and wholesale trade are the industries most impacted by the pandemic-induced global supply chain disruption. Frustratingly though, many companies in Australia are experiencing record demand along with a diminished ability to supply. However, this could be your opportunity to improve customer engagement and elevate brand image to … Continue reading Strategies for enhancing customer engagement & brand image during supply chain disruption
Unique lifting solutions from KITO PWB
Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out more about KITO PWB’s Unique Assembly Workshop.
From field to factory to your family there are many links in the chain
During harvest season farmers across Australia reap what they have sown during planting season in the form of fresh produce. This raw product is transported to Food and Beverage manufacturing plants around Australia for processing into consumer products – from staples such as bread, milk and butter to snack foods such as potato chips, orange … Continue reading From field to factory to your family there are many links in the chain
A forecast for the post-pandemic industrial landscape
As an island nation with some of the harshest environmental conditions on the globe; Australia has always had be to be nimble in terms of sourcing innovations and solutions. In the past few years, Australian industry has experienced a significant disruption in supply chain and logistics processes — with overseas sourced components contending with shipping … Continue reading A forecast for the post-pandemic industrial landscape
How the best get better: Introducing 3M™ Cubitron™ II Fibre Disc 982CX Pro
The 3M™ Cubitron™ II Fibre Disc 982CX Pro features 3M’s pioneered microreplication grain technology with pyramid-shaped precision fibre discs that cut through metal like a hot knife through butter – except without the heat.
Driving longevity with Gates® software tool
A quarry or mining plant potentially has hundreds of different belt drives. How can a site or reliability manager ensure belts are achieving their life expectancy and that drives are working at optimal efficiency? According to Steve Hittmann, the Gates® Design Flex™ Pro™ free software tool is designed exactly for this purpose, providing real cost … Continue reading Driving longevity with Gates® software tool
Kemppi’s new X5 FastMig welding machine a perfect match for the busy fabricator
Manufacturers’ Monthly finds out about Kemppi’s new X5 FastMig welding system and what sets it apart from other machines on the market.
Engineering the next generation of materials with biomanufacturing
Manufacturers’ Monthly speaks with CSIRO’s Land and Water Science Director, Dr Paul Bertsch, about the potential of synthetic biology and how it is expected to transform advanced biomanufacturing in Australia by the year 2040.
After-market service an important part of the mix
When Rod Lucas invested in a second-hand mixer, the most critical part he needed was knives. To make that happen, he called BSC in Wagga Wagga – and, as always, they delivered.
Ahrens help build Australia’s sovereign manufacturing capabilities
Pharmacy giant Sigma Healthcare engage Ahrens to deliver a critical distribution centre that will service Tasmania.