CNC-based machining tools has been widely adopted in the manufacturing business. Especially in the era of Industry 4.0, the new development of manufacturing technology should consider intelligent collaboration, process monitoring and management in real-time. As CNC operators require a set of skills and qualifications, educators and trainers are looking for engaging solutions to build these … Continue reading IoT ready CNC industrial control machines
A new digital fabrication facility, ProtoLAB, opened this week at Swinburne University of Technology. The lab will house industrial robots for large scale architectural design prototyping. The design of the space is intended to open up the fabrication process to passers-by and allows observation and interest to be garnered by the large windows that open … Continue reading Robotics lab to encourage hands-on Industry 4.0 knowledge
According to a press statement from the Victorian state government, CNC specialist ANCA will create 50 highly skilled jobs at its hi-tech facility with support from the state government itself. The Australian company is globally known for manufacturing computer numerical control grinding machines for the precision cutting tool industry, with operations on six continents and customers including Apple … Continue reading ANCA to provide jobs boost for manufacturing with Vic gov support
Faced with increased international competition and a steep drop in mining construction, Doyalson-based Kmar Engineering sought to automate its structural steel coping process.
A realization that it manufactures wire, not car parts, has helped Multi Slide Industries face the impending closure of the automotive industry.