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Weld Australia launches learning resources for Manufacturing & Engineering Training Package

Industry representative Weld Australia has introduced a new suite of learning resources for the Manufacturing and Engineering (MEM) Training Package. 

Qld’s Kepnock SHS project receives funding boost to improve tech, manufacturing workshops

The new industrial design and technology facilities at Queensland’s Kepnock State High School have received a welcome funding boost, with an additional $12 million, bringing the total investment close to $22 million.

Labour shortages to make Australia’s renewable energy revolution impossible, survey suggests

The Australian government must provide real support to address labour shortages in the welding industry if it seeks to continue its plans for a renewable energy revolution, according to a survey conducted by Weld Australia. 

Driving the renaissance of the manufacturing industry through metal 3D printing

Manufacturers using welding techniques suffer from limitations in realising complex structures because of the limited process of building one layer at a time – this is because subsequent layers are laminated after complete solidification preventing the molten metal from flowing down. As a result, a cooling period is necessary, and the circumstances that can be laminated are restricted to certain examples.

Industry calls for skills training programs to build Australia’s nuclear submarine capability

Industry representatives have highlighted the significance of establishing specialist training programs that would supply skilled workers to build Australia’s nuclear submarine capability following the $368 billion AUKUS deal this week. 

Weld Australia lauds energy apprenticeships initiative but calls for further improvement

Weld Australia has welcomed the federal government's New Energy Apprenticeships program but noted that much more needs to be done to address the country's skilled welder shortage.

Novel aluminium wire set to transform complex metal manufacturing

The IMCRC has announced the commercialisation of a novel high-strength aluminium wire that could transform the way complex metal objects are manufactured. 

ReNu Energy invests in Vaulta’s recyclable battery casing technology

ASX-listed company ReNu Energy is expanding its renewable and clean energy portfolio with a $1 million investment in Australian battery casing tech company Vaulta. 

Welding company K-TIG bags $600,000 order for turnkey welding system

K-TIG Limited has received a $600,000 supply and onsite commissioning order from Brewery Chemical & Dairy Engineering for the development of a Linear Precision Grow Line Circumferential Welding System

Government awards three Aussie businesses with $2M in sovereign manufacturing grants

To reinforce sovereign manufacturing goals, the Morrison Government has awarded three small Australian manufacturing businesses more than $2 million in support under the latest...
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