Changes are happening in the world of pumps… the move away from traditional air and hydraulics to electric and battery-operated equipment mean improved energy efficiency and increased productivity.
New Zealand’s second Haas 5-axis gantry mill has found itself surrounded by fast cars in the high-tech manufacturing facility of Rodin Cars.
Today’s engineering environment demands machine partners that are innovative, progressive, and understand what is needed within that partnership. When it comes to CNC machines, New Zealand is lucky to have ‘the right tools’, sourced from experts who supply and manufacture leading-edge technology and machinery.
Disruptor thermoplastics drive further into Industry 4.0 gear markets once rusted on to metals.
The Tiny 10kg Engine Operates 100% on hydrogen, delivering viable alternative to fossil fuel and significant reduction in emissions.
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.
When expanding its offering to include stainless steel fabrication to its services, Qubik looked to Machinery House to purchase a Baykal press brake and Baykal guillotine.
Kaeser meets Geofabrics’ energy efficiency requirements Australia’s largest manufacturer ofContinue reading “Sustainability woven into the fabric”
Expert Hydraulink technicians have installed hammer piping and other newContinue reading “Hydraulink customisation extends versatility of workhorse CAT machinery”
Born and bred in Australia, Ontrak Engineering believes it hasContinue reading “Secret to Ontrak Engineering’s export success”
Alfa Laval’s LKH Prime 40 is the latest new additionContinue reading “Alfa Laval – Efficient self-priming pumps for improved performance”
More than $250,000 in annual fuel savings for two of the Royal New Zealand Navy’s (RNZN) fleet will be possible, thanks to a unique engineering solution developed by the RNZN and its fleet maintenance partner Babcock (NZ).
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