Carbon composites technology company Quickstep Holdings has received the Aerospace Australia Defence Industry Innovation Award for 2015.
An Australian-made, additively manufactured jet engine is being claimed as a world first.
DowAksa, a joint venture between Aksa and The Dow Chemical Company has formed a partnership with Deakin University’s Carbon Nexus
Carbon composites technology company Quickstep Technologies has confirmed the appointment of David Marino as Managing Director.
Deakin University’s carbon fibre research centre, Carbon Nexus has earned the internationally-recognised ISO 9001:2008 quality certification.
In uncertain times, you can earn a lot from those who manage to keep afloat. Hartley Henderson asked a couple of manufacturers about their success.
Design details of Australia’s new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) have been stolen by Chinese spies.
Jetpack maker Martin Aircraft Company has received from support Hong Kong investment fund KuangChi Science for its IPO.
Australian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) makers have expressed concern at what they believe is a favouring of international drone suppliers by the ADF.
Carbon composites technology company Quickstep Technologies has announced a new purchase order from Lockheed Martin for an extra 12 sets of wing flaps.
NZ based Martin Aircraft Company, which has developed the world’s first practical jetpack, says there seems to be substantial interest in its shares.
A new Australian Research Council Hub headquartered at Monash University and focussing on metal-based additive manufacturing has been launched.
The first set of vertical tails made by Marand Precision Engineering have been installed on an F-35 Joint Strike Fighter plane.
GE will build a new facility in Pennsylvania between March and September next year, concerned with advanced manufacturing.
In composites, its strength to weight ratio is unmatched, and, if it can be made a little more cheaply, we might one day see it everywhere. Brent Balinski looks at some of the ways Australia is making use of carbon fibre.
Carbon composites technology company Quickstep has received a $1.76 million grant, which it will use to create an automotive division.
Sydney-based carbon fibre composite components manufacturer Quickstep Holdings will close its existing US facility.
The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service has prosecuted Perth company, Cyber Technology for trying to export drones without a permit.
Naval shipbuilder Forgacs has purchased Broens, a precision engineering company that operates in the defence and aerospace markets.
The automotive industry’s days are numbered, but there’s hope that some of the jobs and skills it contains can be saved through Australia increasing its role in global aerospace supply chains.