- 3d printing
- AI Group
- artificial intelligence
- augmented reality
- David Chuter
- enterprise resource planning
- Geoff Crittenden
- Gilmour Space Technologies
- industry 4.0
- machine tools
- medical manufacturing
- Mouser Electronics
- Research And Development
- Weld Australia
- Secrets of Gas Cylinder Safety – What the Experts Want You to Know
BOC has developed a simple set of guidelines to help workers stay safe around their gas cylinders.
- Forklift safety German style (Warning: contains hilarious stylised violence!)
A unique look at a serious subject – Forklift safety. This German ‘splatter fest’ from the 80s is not for the squeamish….(Warning: contains hilarious stylised violence!)
- Nanoparticles and nanosafety: the big picture
How are nanoparticles changing manufacturing, and what does this mean for the end user?
- Ensuring safety on site by keeping temperatures cool
Ensuring safe working temperatures on site is paramount during the summer months, Fanmaster explains how to beat the heat without slowing production.
- Despite the politics, oil firms are planning to pay for emissions
Several of the largest international oil companies, along with other major companies, are taking the prospect of international carbon pricing seriously.
- Check out the Digital Edition of Manufacturers’ Monthly February 2014
The digital edition of Manufacturers’ Monthly February 2014 is now available free for all readers.
- Compressed Air Efficiency: A Piping System Solution
Victaulic’s Bill Lowar discusses the cost
- 3D printing the Human body: How it works and the future [infographic]
As 3D printing becomes more prevalent, we take a look at how it will affect medical manufacturing in the future.
- Timeline: Australian automotive manufacturing – The Holden and Toyota saga
Manufacturers’ Monthly has put together a timeline of the last few months highlighting the major events in our automotive manufacturing industry.
- How to select fluid system components for use in sour oilfields
The conditions under which oil and gas are brought from their reservoirs to the surface can be outright hostile to many common materials used in fluid system components employed in the industry.
- Graphene can pave the way for Australian manufacturing
How can graphene change the face of Australian manufacturing?
- 3D printers move beyond the hype and into mainstream manufacturing
Curiosity about and investment in 3D printing just keeps increasing, but what can you gain from bringing the technology into your business’s operation? Brent Balinski spoke to Stratasys and one of the market leading company’s local re-sellers about the technology.
- An open letter to Australian engineers and scientists [opinion]
John Blakemore pens an open letters to Australian engineers and the fact the nation may be missing out on the innovation wave.
- What price our fascination with cheaper 3D printing?
The future of 3D printing is firming up as it moves from do-it-yourself tinkerers to key players selling complete consumer solutions.
- The evolution of CMM probing systems
Stationary and portable metrology probing systems have evolved from traditional single point tactile probes to advanced scanning laser probes capable of reliable, high speed metrology of a wide range of materials in the most demanding of environmental conditions. Ian Martin writes.
- The roadmap for the third industrial revolution [video]
Schneider Electric and economist Jeremy Rifkin discuss the challenges the world faces as it enters the third industrial revolution.
- Australia gets an extra expo for 3D printing in 2014
3D printing has come as far in Australia as warranting standalone expos and conferences, and this year there are not one but two trade shows dedicated to the technology.
- Red tape: not as straightforward as Abbott’s pledge to repeal
Macquarie University’s Michael Quilter discusses the impact of red tape, and of its proposed removal.
- Case study: How to be a better manager of apprentices
Based on reports, it has become clear with some exceptions, a number of business factors appear to influence the outcome of apprenticeships.
- Manufacturing comes home as energy cost trumps wages gap
Something strange, or perhaps rather unexpected, has occurred over the past few years.