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How to become a mining supplier
Editorial
11/12/13 - Tightening market conditions means Australia’s burgeoning equipment, services and supplier sector is having to up the ante to secure mining contracts.
Titanium powder used to 3D print automotive parts for the first time
Editorial
10/12/13 - This breakthrough will see greater use of titanium in components across the automotive, aerospace and defence industries.
Melbourne manufacturer installs Australia's largest smart solar array
Editorial
21/11/13 - The array includes 340 Upsolar smart modules and will power Hilton Manufacturing’s sheet metal fabrication plant in Dandenong.
Super duplex stainless steels ensure that the valves can be used in more aggressive industrial environments involving high temperatures and potentially corrosive water supply.
Editorial
20/11/13 - Maric Flow Control is tapping into growing world demand for its hand-crafted water valve technology.
Seven job losses at Mapal Australia in Ballarat
Editorial
29/10/13 - Specialist tool manufacturer Mapal Australia will cease production at its Ballarat factory in November and, as a result, seven employees will lose their jobs.
Kevin Adler, managing director of Ogis Engineering.
Supplier news
28/10/13 - Sydney-based metal working business Ogis Engineering recently celebrated its 50th anniversary.
The 3D printed titanium shoes could take up to half of the weight off a traditional aluminium shoe allowing the horse to travel at new speeds.
Editorial
17/10/13 - CSIRO scientists have custom made and 3D printed a set of titanium shoes for one Melbourne race horse.
David Armston, Secretary of  The Manufacturing & Engineering Institute of Australia
Editorial
19/08/13 - As a bridge between SMEs and the broader industry, MEIA helps share new ideas and the latest technologies to everybody in the industry.
Editorial
13/08/13 - The MEIA is running a MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE SEMINAR, the first of their regular quarterly Seminar Programmes, on Thursday 29th August 2013.
Editorial
12/08/13 - Apple Inc.’s migration of the production of key semiconductors from Samsung to pure-play foundries will boost the growth of the chip contract manufacturing market this year.
Crushing and grinding agreement to 'end mill liner duopoly'
Supplier news
09/08/13 - A new agreement has opened up Australia to more mining equipment.
Greens say lead reduction target for Nyrstar smelter needs to be lower
Editorial
08/08/13 - Mark Parnell says the Nyrstar Port Pirie Smelter needs to cut lead emissions by more than is being proposed.

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