This year’s National Manufacturing Week (NMW) – May 11 – 13 in Sydney – has ended on a solid footing for the more than 200 exhibiting companies, 50 speakers and over 5,000 visits by attendees at the combined NMW-Safety First Conference and Expo event. Feedback to organisers, Reed Exhibitions, is that participants have gained new … Continue reading NMW 2016 finishes on a strong note
“Every time a stranger comes into your business, innovation happens,” says Dr Sasha Alexander, University of Western Sydney’s Snr Lecturer in Design Innovation & Sustainability. Speaking at National Manufacturing Week yesterday, Dr Alexander was among a trio of industry leaders who outlined powerful, low-cost ways to inspire the ‘next big idea’ in your business. Running … Continue reading Bright ideas for growth: NMW 2016
National Manufacturing Week 2016 began with buzz yesterday at Sydney Showground, with visitors offered a host of opportunities for innovation. The NMW product showcase reflected the changing face of industry, with advanced and automated technologies in all Product Zones, while the NMW Seminar Theatre provided a platform for vital discussions around leadership, collaboration and how … Continue reading A flying start for innovation: NMW 2016
Attendees at this year’s National Manufacturing Week (NMW) will be treated to a demonstration of the latest collaborative robot technology, when Impact Robotics showcases the newly-released Sawyer ‘cobot’. Impact Robotics is the exclusive ANZ distributor of the Sawyer and Baxter robots by Rethink Robotics, and NMW will be the first exhibition in Australia to host … Continue reading Impact Robotics to demonstrate Sawyer “cobot” at National Manufacturing Week
Against a solid backdrop of manufacturing industry growth, this year’s National Manufacturing Week (NMW) will prove a buoyant meeting place for businesses looking for ideas, technologies and solutions that can help their businesses get ahead.
National Manufacturing Week, Australia’s largest manufacturing industry event, returns to Sydney in May.
An outstanding finish to National Manufacturing Week (NMW) 2015, Melbourne has reinforced the exhibition’s role as ‘the event that brings industry together’.
The inaugural Factories of the Future (FotF) event covered themes such as the decoupling of manufacturing from design, the growing influence of the cloud, and what an increasingly connected world might offer.
National Manufacturing Week – the event that brings industry together – got off to a strong start in Melbourne yesterday.
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
Today we are pleased to announce the final line-up for the Factories of The Future event, to be held on May 28 at the Crown Casino, Melbourne.
Visitors to National Manufacturing Week (May 26 – 29, Melbourne) will be able to see and try new technologies like never before.
This is a note to remind you that the industry’s night of nights for 2015 is still accepting entries. The Endeavours’ cut-off date March 18.
Registration is now open for the Safety First Conference & Expo, May 26 – 30 in Melbourne, Australia’s only one-stop event for professionals keen to take workplace safety to the next level. The event offers access to industry experts – including Prof Sidney Dekker alongside leaders from industry and government – backed by a showcase … Continue reading REGISTRATION OPENS FOR AUSTRALIA’S ‘ONE STOP’ SAFETY SHOW
National Manufacturing Week for 2014 will open tomorrow, with a record number of product zones and over 280 companies exhibiting across these.
When National Manufacturing Week begins this week, it will feature, for the first time, an additive manufacturing product zone.
Curiosity about and investment in 3D printing just keeps increasing, but what can you gain from bringing the technology into your business’s operation? Brent Balinski spoke to Stratasys and one of the market leading company’s local re-sellers about the technology.
Australia’s chief scientist, Professor Ian Chubb, will be the first on National Manufacturing Week’s line-up of expert speakers.
National Manufacturing Week 2014 will feature six new product zones.
National Manufacturing Week 2013 drew 11,223 trade visitors, according to preliminary figures given by its organiser, and satisfied the key need of introducing attendees to new technology.