- 3d printing
- 3D scanning
- aerospace manufacturing
- AI Group
- ame systems
- Australian Industry Capability
- BAE Systems
- Black Sky Aerospace
- chemical manufacturing
- Electric Cars
- Ferra Engineering
- Gilmour Space Technologies
- High purity alumina
- Innes Willox
- lithium-ion batteries
- Lithium Australia
- manufacturing hub
- Melissa Price
- Naval Group
- quantum computing
- Royal Australian Navy
- space industry
- Western Australia
- Free trial new Inventor LT software
Autodesk has announced a technology preview release of Autodesk Inventor LT software, a new member of its Inventor family of software products.
- RFID asset tracking goes solar
CALIFORNIAN Savi Technology, a Lockheed Martin company has recently begun deploying solar-powered Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) readers and signposts, enabling customers in the defense and commercial sectors to conserve energy and reduce costs while tracking supplies in real-time.
- ThyssenKrupp Services purchases Apollo Metals Group
DUESSELDORF-based ThyssenKrupp Services AG is expanding its aerospace materials services activities by acquiring a 100-percent stake in the UK-based company Apollo Metals Group, which includes Aviation Metals for an undisclosed fee from Murray International Holdings, UK.
- Card printer service and support
PEACOCK Bros is now an authorised service and support partner for the complete range of Zebra card printers.
- Hydrogen fuel cells
EMONA Instruments has been appointed the Australian distributor for the Berlin-based manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cell teaching and research equipment, Heliocentris.
- Welding strip halves weld time
SANDVIK has introduced a unique welding strip, Sandvik 24.29.5.LCu for overlay welding, which significantly improves welding productivity, reducing the welding time by half.
- A new standard for toys and childcare products
GOOD ENVIRONMENTAL Choice Australia (GECA) has recently announced the release of a new draft standard in the Australian Ecolabel Program for a period of public comment.
- Updated safety catalogue out now
THE NEW Brady Australia AS-7 catalogue has just been launched to distributors nationally, replacing the AS-6 Catalogue.
- Fluke offers education grants
FLUKE Australia has announced that it will donate new high-performance logging digital multimeters to educational institutions through a new Fluke education grant program.
- SolidCAM 2008 set for launch
SolidCAM, a provider of integrated CAM software solutions for the manufacturing industry, will launch its new version, SolidCAM2008 R12, at the Euromold show, in Frankfurt, Germany from December 5 to 8, 2007.
- Exporters ‘down under’ on top again
EXPORTERS are advised to take advantage of the international exposure and recognition afforded by Australia’s number – one ranking for the second consecutive year in the annual Country Brand Index released earlier this week, according to Austrade, the Australian Government’s export development agency.
- Wireless communications for automation
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms, a unit of GE Enterprise Solutions, has introduced its new TranSphere Wireless communications product for automation needs.
- Stainless steel air wipes
EXAIR’s new stainless steel Super Air Wipe produces a 360° airstream that can blow off, dry, clean or cool the material passing through the centre.
- It partnership brings RFID solutions to Oz
IBM and OATSystems announced ealier this week that they will jointly deliver RFID solutions in Australia and New Zealand.
- Women in manufacturing Step Up
FOLLOWING the success of the pilot program during 2007, the Women in Manufacturing Stepping Up Program, facilitated by apics NSW and subsidised by the NSW Department of State and Regional Development (DSRD), will be offered again during 2008.
- New $5m Innovation Centre for SA manufacturer
ELECTRONICS manufacturing company Redarc has recently moved into a new $5 million, high technology Innovation Centre at Lonsdale, South Australia.
- 2007 trade teacher of the year named
NICHOLAS Viney from Kangan Batman TAFE has been named the Manufacturing Trade Teacher of the Year at a ceremony held in Sydney ealier this month.
- Broens expand with SA company purchase
NEW SOUTH WALES based engineering company, Broens Industries, has recently purchased South Australian company Static Engineering.
- Sydney and Melbourne united in Defence
JOINT Venture company, Aerotech International, a combined Broens Industries and Metaltec Precision International business, has recently been announced by BAE Systems as a down selected company on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program for the supply of JSF rate tooling.
- All purpose pallet turntable
INDUSTRIAL Conveying has designed its own customisable pallet turntable for materials handling applications in warehouses and factories.