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Second building design showcases future of advanced manufacturing at Bradfield

Western Sydney’s burgeoning innovation hub, Bradfield City Centre, has unveiled the proposed design for its Second Building, marking a significant step forward in the region's industrial growth.

Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility prepares to open doors in NSW

High-tech capability is set to bolster advanced manufacturing in NSW with the opening of the Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) later this year, providing manufacturers with access to cutting-edge technology, training, and expertise.

Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility in NSW opens call for inaugural projects

The first stage of the Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) in Bradfield City Centre is set to open its doors in mid-2024 in hopes of providing a platform for local and global manufacturing businesses, innovators, researchers, and technology providers, the Western Parkland City Authority announced on their website. 

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...

Silanna to establish advanced manufacturing research facility on the University of Adelaide campus

Brisbane based advanced manufacturer Silanna Group has partnered with the University of Adelaide to develop new world-leading products through the engineering of new and...
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