AMGC, AML3D and Dematec join for IoT solution

AML3D Ltd, the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre and Dematec Automation have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to co-develop industrial internet of things (IIOT) solutions for AML3D’s Adelaide additive manufacturing modules and Arcemy 3D printers. The project aims to support AML3D’s distributed manufacturing business model strategy focused on the deployment of Arcemy units close to…

CR launches new mining equipment

CR Mining has launched a new cast lip for large mining wheel bucket loaders, the DecaEdge 9-station lip. The company developed the DecaEdge for bucket wheel loaders of between 14 and 20 cubic metres, with an aim of achieving 25,000 operating hours with no major rebuilds. The company, which manufactures in Australia and the United…

Bombardier takes Good Design Award in Design Week

The VLocity-VL80 passenger trains designed and built by Bombardier Transportation Australia for Victoria’s regional rail network have taken out Good Design Australia’s Best Interior Design Award in the Automotive and Transport Category. The train, pictured above and below, were honoured as part of Good Design Week which covers 11 specific Design Disciplines, spanning 28 Categories.…

Amaero launches two new metal 3D printers

Metal additive manufacturing technology company Amaero International has launched two new machines plus additional metal powder handling equipment. The company, which makes 3D printers and offers 3D manufacturing services, has launched the SP260 and SP400 complementing its launch machines. The new machines are production machines and feature rapid job changeover capabilities, optimised powder usage and…

Battery levy to fund recycling effort

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has authorised the Battery Stewardship Council to establish and operate a levy scheme to stimulate the recycling of batteries other than conventional lead-acid batteries. The BSC plans to bring together companies in the battery supply chain to significantly reduce the volume of toxic batteries being disposed of as waste,…

Composite creatures developed for theme parks

Advanced Composite Structures Australia has developed a number of large-scale animatronic components for one of the world’s leading creators of attractions for large theme parks. The Melbourne company used a resin infusion technique to develop the components for Creature Technology Co., another Melbourne firm that builds life-like animatronics for arena spectaculars, theme parks, exhibitions, stage…