First and foremost, manufacturing professionals attend trade shows to see new technology. New technology is what they will get at this year’s AUSTECH, Australia’s premier advanced precision manufacturing and machine tool exhibition. Co-located with National Manufacturing Week (NMW), the show will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 26 to 29 May. … Continue reading AUSTECH 2015 – The draw will be the latest & emerging technologies
As the weeks count down to NMW, we highlight what is in store for manufacturers.
Round three of funding for the Victorian government’s Investing in Manufacturing Technology will be open for applications next week, with businesses encouraged to apply for assistance in harnessing productivity-boosting and cost-cutting new technologies.
Austech has announced its speaker program for 2013.
Markets such as aerospace and mining are still performing strongly, according to machine tooling manufacturers, DMG/ Mori Seiki. This was reflected by the high-tech CNC machining centres on show at Austech 2012.
In the face of the high Australian dollar, Prime Minister Julia Gillard has called for the manufacturing sector to renew its productivity drive to meet the demands of the 21st century, and has recognised the role of National Manufacturing Week (NMW) in the industry’s structural change.
The one-day NMW 2012 Conference (Wednesday, May 9) will be a star event at this year’s National Manufacturing Week (co-located with Austech and held May 8-11, Sydney Showground – Sydney Olympic Park).
From 8 to 11 May 2012, companies will be showcasing “more than CNC machining” at Austech 2012 in Sydney.
Leading-edge manufacturing and technology solutions are at the core of Australia’s advanced precision manufacturing and machine tool industry.
Seventy percent of exhibition space is already booked out for Austech 2012, generating confidence about the state of play for manufacturing in Australia next year.
Encouraging investment in newmachien tool technology is essential to keep Australia in pace with international competition.
The future is looking bright for Australia’s advanced manufacturing industry, with record attendance at Austech 2011 suggesting investment. Annie Dang writes.
AFTER a challenging year in the manufacturing sector in Australia, Austech organiser AMTIL (Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited) is confident that Austech 2011 – to be held alongside National Manufacturing Week in Melbourne from 24 to 27 May – will again act as the ideal platform for growth for Australia’s advanced manufacturing industry.
The Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL) will provide a forum for industry leaders, suppliers and potential customers to ‘talk business’ at the upcoming Austech show at National Manufacturing Week 2011.
Austech 2010 exceeded all expectations with increased visitor numbers signalling economic recovery.
Reed Exhibitions, the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL) and Exhibition Management have announced that in 2011, National Manufacturing Week (NMW) and Austech will line up alongside the triennial Ausplas international plastics industry exhibition.
Reed Exhibitions, owner of National Manufacturing Week (NMW) and AMTIL, owner of Austech, have announced next year’s national manufacturing industry event, will be held in Sydney May 11-14, 2010.
600 Machine Tools will display a wide range of budget machine tools at Austech 2009 on stand F40.
CNC Machinery Sales will exhibit large, medium and small capacity CNC turning and milling machinery at this year’s Austech on stand F10.
Westgate Hi-tech Machinery will be on stand G10 at Austech 2009.