An award-winning, pioneering technique for assessing earthquake damage to steel in buildings or bridges will allow engineers to give faster, more reliable information to engineers, with tangible flow-on results for insurers and building owners.
AM Prom… Your partner for the next revolution… Industry 4.0.
Ensuring staff have the right skills now and in the future is vital for the sustainability, productivity and global competitiveness of New Zealand’s engineering industry.
SLS 3D printed aerospace parts can provide a fuel savings of 4% at cruise with improved aerodynamics and reduced drag.
Such was the case for Assa Abloy, described as the global leader in door and window opening solutions.
Jay Leno will be the first to tell you that embracing old cars does not mean embracing old technology.
Investment casting patterns delivered faster and more affordably with 3D printing.
Global Stainless has realised the exceptional value that it can give to tank and vessel fabricators by taking on the tricky but rewarding knuckling service of radius forming the edges of domes and cones.
Automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and digital transformation issues facing the country could become threats, leading to increased social and economic difficulties and a strain on government resources unless they are immediately addressed, New Zealand’s tech leader say.
In less than 12 weeks’ time, New Zealand’s leading Engineering, Manufacturing and Technology trade exhibition, EMEX, returns to Auckland and it’s set to be of a scale never seen in its almost 40-year history.