Semmler Technologies

Semmler Technologies makes precision components for the Automotive, Defence, Construction, Water Filtration and Industrial Sectors. We've been proudly manufacturing in Australia since 1974. Our specialised CNC Machining capabilities means we can make to order on volume and short run jobs. If you want quality Engineering contact us or visit our website.

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23/08/02 - SEMMLER Engineering has announced a comprehensive measurement service for the Australian manufacturing and tooling industry. Using its Brown and Sharpe Mistral automatic CMM, Semmler says it can offer a range of measurement services, including verifi

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Semmler Technologies (Head office) Update these details
2 Peachey Road
Elizabeth West
SA 5113
Tel: 08 8252 7722
Fax: 08 8261 2255

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