NMW DEMOS BRING NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO LIFE

20 Apr 2015

Visitors to National Manufacturing Week (May  26 - 29, Melbourne) will be able to see and try new technologies like never before, with this year's event including live demonstrations of machines that are re-shaping manufacturing processes. New inspection, riveting, welding and weld cleaning processes are among more-than- a-dozen innovations being demonstrated at this year's event.

The demonstration program includes:

Adept Turnkey: new technologies for fully-automated inspection - including on cylindrical bottles, jars and other items

Autofast Australia: showcasing a patented technology that sets new rivet-speed records with a time of one rivet per second

Innovative Welding: demonstrating the game-changing K-Tig system that can speed up the welding process by up to 10 times

Klingspor Australia Pty Ltd: the inventor of high-speed cutting-of wheels will demonstrate the performance & longevity of their 1mm thin cutting discs

Kockums Bulk Systems: one of Australia's leaders in bulk materials handling will demonstrate lifting systems that make light work of heavy goods

Metal Science Technologies: showing an electropolishing technique for cleaning stainless steel welds to achieve better corrosion resistance

Suhner Australia: the metal abrasives solutions leader, will showcase mobile polishing of balustrades and stainless tubes and bars:

Trotec Laser Pty Ltd: demonstrating metal marking using galvo laser technology

Blue Water Engineering: demonstrating their Australian made “Vaclift” Vacuum lifting

"NMW has always been about opportunities to see and ask questions about industry innovations. Our live demonstration schedule takes that feature to the next level - by helping you work key demos into your show schedule," comments Anthony Reed, Exhibition Director for NMW 2015.

"Having said that, NMW 2015 is going to be a very busy event - with the demos running alongside presentations from industry experts,a full expo and thousands of industry visitors expected to attend.

To make the most of your time I encourage you to register now - at nationalmanufacturingweek.com.au and take advantage of NMW's MyEventPlanner to structure your visit.

"You can even use the planning tool to connect with key contacts ahead of NMW 2015 - so you're a step ahead when the doors open on May 26 in Melbourne," Reed said.