First Hunter frigate block emerges after 45,000 work hours

By Peter Roberts The first steel block that goes together with others in modern ship construction to produce a final vessel has emerged after 45,000 work hours at BAE Systems Australia’s Osborne Naval Shipyard in Adelaide. Thirty five trades were involved in the construction including engineering, boilermaking, fabrication, project management and construction. While this first…

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@AuManufacturing Conversations episode 12 — Phil West from Siren Cameras

In episode 12 of @AuManufacturing Conversations with Brent Balinski, we hear from Phil West, co-founder of Siren Cameras. West comes from a family of fishers, and moved to Australia from Scotland a decade ago. A few years back he was out bluewater fishing, caught nothing all day, then found himself in a 15-minute battle with what…

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Invitation to attend Modern Manufacturing Expo, 2022

@AuManufacturing has partnered with International Exhibition & Conference Group to support an upcoming Modern Manufacturing Expo in Sydney in September which will showcase Australia’s capabilities and achievements. International Exhibition & Conference Group and media partner @AuManufacturing News are excited to invite you to attend the inaugural Modern Manufacturing Expo on Tuesday 20 – Wednesday 21…

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