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Australian metal additive manufacturing company Titomic Limited has celebrated the successful sale of two D523 low-pressure cold spray systems, marking a significant stride in the company's expansion into the mining services sector and the US market.
The Global manufacturing sector is moving closer to stabilisation in November, according to the latest composite index from JP Morgan and S&P Global.
NIOA Group, an Australia-based global munitions company, announced its tenancy at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey – a move aimed at bolstering the allied supply of critical munitions.
More funding, government contracts needed for Australian manufacturing to compete globally, says report
A new report from national professional services firm RSM Australia has highlighted the need for an increase in government contracts and funding to allow Australian advanced manufacturing to compete on a global level.
Ioneer Ltd, a lithium-boron producer, and EcoPro Innovation Co Ltd, a South Korea-headquartered pioneer in battery-grade lithium hydroxide conversion, have entered into a Research and Development (R&D) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Q-CTRL, a global leader in the development of practical quantum technologies through quantum control infrastructure software, has officially announced its partnership with the Quad Investors Network (QUIN) to provide top-tier quantum technology training, aimed at cultivating diverse quantum workforces in both Australia and the United States.
The University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia (UniSA) are joining leading universities from the US and the UK for a research collaboration that will support the AUKUS strategic alliance.
Advanced manufacturing company Amaero International has announced its decision to cease operations in Australia.
The US Census Bureau is celebrating the 12th anniversary of Manufacturing Day, recognising the role of the manufacturing sector in the nation's economy.
Monash University engineering students have made history by shattering the Australian single-track speed record for a human-powered vehicle (HPV), achieving speeds of 116 kilometres per hour (km/h) on a flat desert track during the World Human Powered Speed Challenge held in Nevada, United States.