Martin Aircraft Company, which has developed the world’s first practical and commercial jetpack, will launch its pre-IPO capital raising in Sydney.
Carbon-fibre component manufacturer Quickstep has delivered the first ship set of C-130J wing flaps to global security and aerospace company, Lockheed Martin.
Defence contractor BAE Systems says that it has produced 3D printed parts used in the first flights by Royal Air Force fighter jets.
BAE Systems has opened a new $8 million machining facility at Edinburgh Parks.
Following its announcement that it hopes to have 3D printers operating at the International Space Station within a year, NASA has run tests of the largest 3D printed rocket engine component created so far.
Brent Balinski speaks to three very different Australian manufacturers about how, despite the strong dollar, they’ve remained globally competitive.
Advanced composites manufacturer and Joint Strike Fighter project supplier Quickstep has announced the launch of automobile parts made using the company’s Resin Spray Transfer technology.
Advanced composites manufacturer Quickstep has signed a contract to deliver its “Quickstep Process” to Russia’s ORPE Technologiya.
Composites manufacturer Quickstep has delivered its 100th carbon fibre component for the Joint Strike Fighter project.
The chairman of high-tech composites manufacturer Quickstep Technologies has spoken of the role of government input in assisting his company, and of the importance of being a part of a global supply chain.
Boeing Research & Technology Australia has opened a new research and development lab at Port Melbourne, with the operation representing the company’s largest research presence outside the US.
What do Novak Djokovic’s tennis racket, Mark Webber’s F1 car and the new Boeing 787 have in common? They all extensively rely on composite materials.
Aerospace engineering company, TAE, took out the Global Integration Award for its successful engagement in aerospace and defence global supply chains. Madeline Prince and Annie Dang report.
CSIRO has entered into a five-year, $25 million strategic research program with Boeing, to drive innovation in space sciences, advanced materials, energy and direct manufacturing.