Connected machines: Facing the future through data management

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is accelerating the pace of change around connecting machines. Yet, fewer than 30% of manufacturers have extensively adopted Industry 4.0 technologies according to a new report. Here, Bijal Patel, senior digital machining specialist at “global leader in metal cutting” Sandvik Coromant, recommends that manufacturers start listening to what machines are saying by connecting up their machine shops.

Sustainability woven into the fabric

Kaeser meets Geofabrics’ energy efficiency requirements Australia’s largest manufacturer of geosynthetic products recently installed a low pressure Kaeser ESD 245 rotary screw compressor at its Albury manufacturing plan in regional NSW. Replacing an ageing compressor, the new Kaeser compressor is assisting Geofabrics in continuing to meet its sustainability goals.  Geofabrics Australasia is Australia’s largest manufacturerContinue reading “Sustainability woven into the fabric”

Hydraulink customisation extends versatility of workhorse CAT machinery

Expert Hydraulink technicians have installed hammer piping and other new features in a complex customisation of CAT machinery designed to further extend its functionality and versatility. The customisation was completed for a customer that wanted the option to add different attachments to their reliable and efficient CAT 320f excavator, which weighs about 22t and featuresContinue reading “Hydraulink customisation extends versatility of workhorse CAT machinery”

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