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New $260m facility in Western Sydney to spearhead Australia’s advanced manufacturing revolution

The NSW Government has announced a $260 million investment in a national-first shared-use research facility to be built on the doorstep of the new...

K-TIG teams up with UK’s key nuclear body to develop turnkey robotic welding solution

Australian company K-TIG will partner with the UK’s Sheffield University-based Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC) to develop a robotic welding cell to...

Flinders to establish Australia’s first reconfigurable ‘Future Factory’ at Tonsley  

Flinders University has unveiled plans for a new Australian Centre for Innovative Manufacturing (ACIM) that would generate $182 million in economic activity for South...

RMIT, University of Sheffield forge advanced manufacturing partnership

RMIT has inked an advanced manufacturing and engineering partnership with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) at the University of Sheffield. The deal, which was...

Swinburne opens advanced manufacturing research centre in China

The Swinburne University of Technology has partnered with Shandong University Weihai (SDUW), Weihai Economic and Technological Development Zone (WZ) and the Australian Education and...

Boeing opens US advanced manufacturing research centre

Boeing has officially opened its new research and technology centre in South Carolina that will focus on conducting research in advanced manufacturing fields, including...

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