In line with their commitment to providing quality and cutting-edge product technology, Welding Industries of Australia (WIA) have launched a new plasma cutter – the Cutmatic 45. According to Willem Corbett, development engineer – equipment for WIA, the Cutmatic 45 is a welcome addition to the WIA range of products, especially in light of local … Continue reading Cutting new technology from WIA: Cutmatic 45 plasma cutter
Desktop Metal has launched two 3D printing systems to cover the full product lifecycle – from prototyping to mass production – which the company believes will mark a fundamental shift in how products will be developed and brought to market. The DM Studio and DM Production systems are said to reduce costs and significantly increase … Continue reading New 3D printing system to revolutionise metal manufacturing
UTS engineers have developed a new rapid prototyping unit which is helping industry, government and not-for-profit partners translate their innovative ideas and complex problems into viable products and solutions. Dubbed Rapido, the unit is said to have abilities ranging from taking the hassle out of pool maintenance to automating a speedy 3D printer for the … Continue reading UTS develops technology to transform metal manufacturing
Normal alloy steels have various elements added in small quantities to improve their material strength, hardenability, temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, and other properties. Any level of carbon can be combined with these alloying elements.
Researchers in the US have found a previously unknown type of metal deformation and a method to suppress it that could make life easier for manufacturers.
Germany’s Concept Laser has released what is reportedly the world’s largest selective laser melting 3D printer for metal powders.
Following on from last year’s successes, Technofast Industries, Australia’s leading hydraulic fastening company, has taken out the Global Integration Award for 2015.
The Australian family-owned business, Swift Metal Services Pty Ltd, has expanded their range of Roller Door Bolting systems.
A partnership between Whites Group and Frauenfelder will take effect at the end of this month.
The ACCC has announced this morning that it will allow BlueScope’s purchase of Arrium’s OneSteel sheet and coil assets.
The group trying to rescue the Gladstone Steel Project near Mount Larson in Queensland has until 3 pm on Friday to find an extra $30,000 and lodge papers.
The Australian Workers Union expressed fears over the weekend that Alcoa may shut its Point Henry refinery sooner rather than later.
Living cells have been made of metal instead of carbon, and one British researcher thinks the creations they may be evolving.
Technological advancements are commonplace in this day and age, with manufacturers constantly devising new products in order to stay ahead of competition. This is the same with plasma metal cutting systems.
OneSteel will change its name to Arrium as part of its move away from steel and into the mining sector.