Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL ) is based in Melbourne, Australia. Austech 2010, Australia’s well-known showcase for products and processes for the advanced manufacturing and machine tool sector helps manufacturers and users to improve the economic climate and investigate the next generation of manufacturing methods that can enhance their business activities.
As part of The Lynx Project (an Australian government, AMTIL & AusIndustry initiative), Innovate 2010 is a showcase event that will exhibit advanced technologies, methodologies and techniques to small and medium sized businesses across Australia.
At this year’s event, a huge 20 x 30 m stand will display a collaboration of top Australian suppliers, each representing well-known manufacturing technologies and process techniques that are beneficial for the successful continuation of Australian manufacturers.
Some of Innovate 2010’s features will include,
- Compact and affordable laser cutting
- Milling and machining technology
- Automated welding
- Robotic and automation technology
- Structural steel processing
- Management & best practice consultants
High-end technology and tools to improve production efficiency will also be the focus at the exhibitor’s stands.
The principal focuses at the fair are machine tools for metalcutting and forming, production systems, high-precision tools, CAD/CAM and accessories. Owned and operated by the Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited, Austech 2010 features a number of special pavilions including the Manufacturing Walk, a designated section which will showcase organisations and associations which support, assist and provide services to the advanced manufacturing industry, as well as the manufacturers’ showcase.
Austech 2010 will be held from 11 to 14 May at the Sydney Showground, a move which is strongly supported by AMTIL members and Austech exhibitors.