Sep
24
Mon
3rd International Forum on Additive Manufacturing @ Advanced Manufacturing Precinct
Sep 24 @ 8:30 am – Sep 25 @ 5:00 pm

Additive manufacturing is now globally recognised as a mainstream manufacturing technology in a range of  Industries such as the aerospace, automotive, defence and medical. Compared to more traditional subtractive technologies, additive manufacturing offers greater advantages for part complexity, material utilisation and
environmental impact. Fully functional parts or products, with many different components, are able to be produced simultaneously and on demand, thereby reducing the cost of production and dramatically accelerating the time it takes to take a product to market.

The 3rd International Forum on Additive Manufacturing will provide an opportunity for national and international practitioners to discuss and explore additive technology in the context of defence, aerospace and medical requirements.

The topics will include:
◊ Additive manufacturing needs
◊ Current use of additive technology – progress and challenges
◊ Leading research into materials for additive manufacture both metal and polymers
◊ Leading research in process modelling
◊ Leading research in repair processes and applications
◊ Use of additive technology for just-in-time manufacture of spares

Chair: Prof. M. Brandt, RMIT University
Co-Chairs: Prof. M. Easton, A/Prof. M. Leary and Prof. M. Qian, RMIT University
Organised by: RMIT Centre for Additive Manufacturing

Oct
3
Wed
All-Energy Australia @ Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre
Oct 3 – Oct 4 all-day

Comprehensive clean and renewable energy event. Themes include “The next market disruption-  A look at the evolving energy landscape, its future players and the new market realities for the energy sector”  (bringing industry players together to look at the major hurdles the industry faces over the next 5-10 years and assess how the industry is evolving to cater to these changes). How the energy landscape is evolving and are we reacting fast enough? Where are the emerging opportunities in the market and how is this creating new players in the market? How might this continue to change as we approach 2025
www.all-energy.com.au

Waste Expo Australia @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 3 @ 9:00 am – Oct 4 @ 5:00 pm

Waste Expo Australia as part of Australian Sustainability Week alongside All-Energy Australia, will form the most significant waste, recycling and renewable energy and energy efficiency event at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre 3 & 4 October 2018.

 

For more information visit  http://www.wasteexpoaustralia.com.au/

 

Oct
9
Tue
Safety in Action @ Sydney Showground
Oct 9 – Oct 10 all-day

Australia’s leading workplace Health & Safety Event – Includes three dedicated safety zones, free safety seminars and workshops, the latest innovative products and services and interactive opportunities.
www.safetyinaction.net.au

CSIRO 3D Printing Seminar & Tour @ CSIRO
Oct 9 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

The CSIRO wants to engage with you – here is your chance to learn how we can make that happen!

Here is your chance to visit CSIRO’s Lab 22 – the Centre of Excellence for 3D printing! Please join us for an informative and interactive seminar session, followed by a tour of our 3D printing facility. On the tour you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the technology and better understand how 3D printing can transform business models and enhance global competitiveness.

More information

Getting there 
CSIRO Clayton is approximately a 35 minute car drive from the city. The site can be reached from the city via the Monash Freeway, taking the Forster Road exit. Normanby Road is off the extension of Forster Road.

If arriving by car please go to Gate 5 on Normanby Road, and follow the directions to Eastern reception. This should take you straight ahead to a small roundabout where you should turn right. There is limited visitor parking at reception. If you cannot get a visitor park, please park elsewhere on the site and inform reception of your registration number. Please contact the organiser if you need disabled or special access parking. A map of the Clayton site can be found here: http://www.csiro.au/en/Locations/Vic/Clayton

Who is the event for?
The event is for anyone interested in learning more about 3D printing, but is particularly oriented towards metal 3D printing and those looking to explore the technology from a business point of view.

What should I wear?
No special dress is required; please wear shoes with a closed in toe.

Is there an age requirement?
Only guests 16 years and older are permitted to attend.

Who can I contact for further questions?
You may contact Daniel East at daniel.east@csiro.au

Oct
10
Wed
INNO3D 2018 @ Merrimu Receptions
Oct 10 @ 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm

WHAT IS INNO3D?

Innovation is the key ingredient of this event as it is essential for enhancing the growth and sustainability of any business.
  • INNO3D is a lead-through innovation, inspiration and networking event which attracts industry leaders in Melbourne, Australia.
  • The best in the industry will be at INNO3D, Melbourne to talk about new innovations, their success stories and ground-breaking inventions. They’ll be joined by global partners, top-rated exhibitors, attendees for this one day of amazing innovations and world class discoveries.
  • Be prepared for how the recent SOLIDWORKS-2019 will spearhead the advancement of tools, opportunities, and insight into the field of SOLIDWORKS. Let’s innovate and shape the world together. It will be LEGENDARY!

Oct
11
Thu
The Future of Additive Manufacturing @ CSIRO Clayton
Oct 11 @ 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Additive manufacturing is changing how we design and manufacture products.
This event will take you on a journey exploring new technology and how it is is changing industries.
Design for Additive Manufacturing and Metal/Carbon Fiber 3D printing is a chance for you to get hands-on and hear from experts in Additive Manufacturing.

Note, this event includes light Snacks & Refreshments and places are strictly limited.

Runsheet

Arrivals & Registration
Register and grab a drink before we start

Introduction – Matt Schimmelbusch, Emona Instruments

The Future of Additive Manufacturing & Metals – Richard Elving, Markforged.
How companies like Stanley Black Decker reduced manufacturing costs with 92% and reduce time to market by 95%

CSIRO Lab22
Dr. Darren Fraser will cover the current research being done in Lab 22

Designing for Additive Manufacturing (DFAM) – Leap Australia
Using modern CAE software to Design & Validate your product for Additive Manufacturing
• Covering light-weighting with lattice structures, composite part design and topological optimisation, as well as print-process simulation to validate your design for the metal additive manufacturing process

Closing & Hands on Additive Manufacturing
Try 3D printing software and get hands on with production units

About the Speakers:

Mr Richard Elving, APAC Channel Manager, MarkForged
Mr Elving has over 15 years of sales leadership and business management experience including a wealth of experience within the manufacturing industry, working for organisations such as SolidWorks and Autodesk, where he was recognized for exceptional sales achievements. Mr Elving has an in-depth understanding of Additive Manufacturing, IoT, Generative Design and PLM working with global customers in Australia and APAC, visiting over 3000 manufacturers his career.

About Markforged
Markforged is the leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printers. With Markforged composite and metal 3D printers, businesses can quickly and affordably print parts strong enough for functional prototyping, tooling, fixtures, and low-volume end-use production, including embedding continuous carbon fibre for parts as strong as aluminium. Founded in 2013 and based in Watertown, MA, Markforged has over 150 employees globally, with a total in $57 million in both strategic and venture capital. To learn more about Markforged, please visit http://markforged.com.

About Emona Instruments
A leading high-tech engineering company specialising in Electronics, Electrical, Education and Additive Manufacturing Equipment. Also, proudly design and manufacture in Australia, and export world-wide our Emona TIMS telecommunications training systems.

Defending a WorkSafe prosecution for a workplace fatality – Moot Court @ Old Magistrates' Court
Oct 11 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

It was the contractor’s fault! Defending a WorkSafe prosecution for a workplace fatality

An Occupational Health and Safety moot court event

This year, Rigby Cooke’s annual OHS moot court shows how a prosecution unfolds, following a workplace fatality.

A workplace fatality is a (fortunately) rare, but devastating experience. The law imposes harsh penalties on an employer, and on others.

Can an employer successfully defend itself by blaming a labour hire agency, whose staff member is responsible for the fatality?

Most directors and managers are completely unprepared to deal with an OHS prosecution – and the publicity – that inevitably follows.

This interactive moot court event, held at the Old Magistrates’ Court, will replicate a real court room scenario, showing how the law works in practice.

The employer and the labour hire agency (including their directors, managers and workers) will take turns in the witness box for cross-examination.

> Will you believe the employer or the labour hire agency?

> Will you convict the boss or the worker?

> Will you acquit anybody? Or nobody?

> What is the sentence – jail or fine?

This event will give valuable insights into how the legal system addresses these fundamental questions. Our expert OHS lawyers will answer your questions.

Who should attend: Safety and HR professionals, managers, inhouse counsel, directors, business owners.

Have your say…

Would you like to be a member of the jury? Just let us know during the registration process.

AMTIL QLD Members Meeting
Oct 11 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Network with like-minded industry leaders.
Learn about activities and initiatives relevant to Queensland AMTIL Members.

For further information on being involved please contact AMTIL Events Manager Kim Banks at kbanks@amtil.com.au or call 0417 146 102

Oct
17
Wed
Strategic Negotiation and Influencing @ Monash Conference Centre
Oct 17 @ 12:45 pm – Nov 16 @ 5:30 pm

This practical workshop will highlight methods and strategies to drive business growth, increase revenue/profit, reduce cost and help the negotiating parties make the most
of opportunities by achieving a meaningful agreement.

During this free workshop, participants will:
• improve their knowledge and understanding of the strategic negotiation and influencing process
• Develop key skills to implement a structured method to negotiate successfully
• Extend and enhance their negotiation and influencing capabilities
• Learn collaboration techniques to achieve meaningful commitments
• Improve their capability to manage stress and emotions.

As a result, the participants will increase their ability to develop and manage relationships, create harmony amongst all stakeholders, be in a better position to develop and sustain long-term collaborative partnerships and strengthen pathways to securing successful
outcomes in their negotiations.

Who should attend?
Executives, Senior Managers, Decision Makers

For more information on this workshop, please contact Bruno Bello on 0409 123 701.

Oct
18
Thu
Fit for the Future: join AMTIL on an engaging ride in to the future @ Riversdale Golf Club
Oct 18 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

First PresentationFit for the Future
Gihan Perera is a Futurist, Conference Speaker, Author and Consultant who gives you a glimpse in to what’s ahead and how you can become Fit for the Future, in your professional and personal life.

Take an inspiring, eye-opening, and engaging ride into the future to learn about the global megatrends shaping your industry, the mindset that helps you lead the change, and the skills you need to get things done in a fast-changing world.

Gihan’s Key Messages:
– The global megatrends shaping business and society
– Influence and power in the Age of Access
– Change is the new normal
– Take more control of your own future

Second Presentation – R&D Tax Incentive – Details and Eligibility
William Buck’s Dr Rita Choueiri – will discuss the criteria and details of the R&D Tax Incentive. Find out if you’re eligible to claim.

AMTIL’s Annual General Meeting will follow these presentations.

Breakfast Served: 8:00am
Presentations Commence: 8:30am
Parking: Free parking is available at the venue.

Oktoberfest 2018
Oct 18 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join Headland & Klugo at our annual Oktoberfest Celebrations.
Don’t Miss Out – Beer, Bratwurst & More

Check back soon for entertainment updates and what to expect at this years festivities!

Oct
23
Tue
The Pipeline Repair, Hot Tapping and In-Service Welding Course @ Rydges World Square
Oct 23 – Oct 24 all-day

A  two day workshop providing an in-depth overview of the various aspects of pipeline modification and repair (full encirclement sleeves, hot taps etc) and to address the concerns associated with welding of in-service pipelines.
A thorough understanding of the factors that affect welding onto in-service pipelines helps avoid pipeline shutdowns and interruptions of service, thereby bolstering both economic and environmental benefits for operators and welders alike. Plus, repairs can be undertaken efficiently, effectively and with full confidence
The course includes a review and critical analysis of available thermal analysis models, including the original Battelle model, the heat sink capacity method and the PRCI thermal model for Hot Tap Welding.
 www.weldaustralia.com.au/pipelinerepair

Oct
28
Sun
International Mining & Resources Conference (Melbourne) @ Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre
Oct 28 – Nov 1 all-day

Covers all aspects of mining. Australia’s largest mining event. Bringing together over 4000 decision makers, mining leaders, policy makers, investors, commodity buyers, technical experts, innovators and educators from over 80 countries for four days of learning, deal-making and unparalleled networking

https://imarcmelbourne.com/

Oct
31
Wed
Ausbiotec (Brisbane) @ Brisbane Convention Centre
Oct 31 – Nov 2 all-day

Life sciences conference. Brings together Australian and international biotech leaders and stakeholders, creating a forum to reflect on the sector’s achievements and exchange ideas to further advance the sector’s standing both nationally and globally.AusBiotech is dedicated to consolidating this growth, and our 2018 conference will once again present issues critical to industry. Global biotech trends, breakthroughs, challenges and success stories will feature prominently on the program. Panel discussions and key themes will cover regulation and reimbursement, research translational strategies, new markets, business development and capital access, emerging technologies, clinical trials, regenerative medicine, agriculture and commercialisation.

Nov
13
Tue
CSIRO 3D Printing Seminar & Tour @ CSIRO
Nov 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

The CSIRO wants to engage with you – here is your chance to learn how we can make that happen!

Here is your chance to visit CSIRO’s Lab 22 – the Centre of Excellence for 3D printing! Please join us for an informative and interactive seminar session, followed by a tour of our 3D printing facility. On the tour you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the technology and better understand how 3D printing can transform business models and enhance global competitiveness.

More information

Getting there 
CSIRO Clayton is approximately a 35 minute car drive from the city. The site can be reached from the city via the Monash Freeway, taking the Forster Road exit. Normanby Road is off the extension of Forster Road.

If arriving by car please go to Gate 5 on Normanby Road, and follow the directions to Eastern reception. This should take you straight ahead to a small roundabout where you should turn right. There is limited visitor parking at reception. If you cannot get a visitor park, please park elsewhere on the site and inform reception of your registration number. Please contact the organiser if you need disabled or special access parking. A map of the Clayton site can be found here: http://www.csiro.au/en/Locations/Vic/Clayton

Who is the event for?
The event is for anyone interested in learning more about 3D printing, but is particularly oriented towards metal 3D printing and those looking to explore the technology from a business point of view.

What should I wear?
No special dress is required; please wear shoes with a closed in toe.

Is there an age requirement?
Only guests 16 years and older are permitted to attend.

Who can I contact for further questions?
You may contact Daniel East at daniel.east@csiro.au

Nov
15
Thu
National Construction Equipment Convention (Sydney) @ Sydney Showground
Nov 15 – Nov 17 all-day

Australia’s first industry owned multi-disciplinary, multi-event platform for the civil construction and infrastructure sector  Sydney Showground. With the theme ‘Think Globally, Act Locally
’ this three day event will give you the opportunity to interact face-to-face with industry leaders. NCEC will form a vibrant industry hub, working with major associations to create an event, for the industry, by the industry to conquer common challenges and drive the sector forward together. With a focus on infrastructure and cutting edge technologyy.
http://ncecaustralia.com.au

Nov
22
Thu
SouthStart Conference (Adelaide) @ Adelaide Town Hall
Nov 22 – Nov 23 all-day

SouthStart Conference
Adelaide Town Hall
22-23 November 2018

Tech business leaders will share their success stories at the SouthStart conference – a Tech-focused start-up event. Key themes: Artificial Intelligence, space and future transport technologies.
20 speakers are scheduled, including Cameron Adams; co-founder of online design company Canva, and Lewis Horne; Chief Executive of Swedish electric car manufacturer Uniti.
Event director Craig Swann said the program, backed by the State Government, would expose South Australia’s entrepreneurial and technological feats to the world stage through workshops, activities and keynote speakers. “We aim to inspire, connect and unite and a lot of that’s through the story telling of the people who have been through the journey before, and sharing their stories, good or bad,” Mr Swann said. The conference — geared towards entrepreneurs, investors and students — would also attract interstate and overseas investment.
Mr Swann said Cameron Adams’ company Canva was an excellent case-study for emerging entrepreneurs. “They’ll provide context on what it’s like to grow a company from an idea to something that’s impacting millions of people,” he said.
Super Early Bird tickets cost $149.
www.southstart.co

Nov
27
Tue
Ausrail (Sydney) @ National Convention Centre
Nov 27 – Nov 28 all-day

Major Australasian rail event. AusRAIL 2018 moves to the nation’s capital and will cover the overarching theme – Rail – For a Better Future.

www.ausrail.com

Nov
30
Fri
AMTIL 2018 WA Christmas Dinner Function @ Bathers Beach House
Nov 30 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Freemantle’s great eateries.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes three course meal and drinks.

Dec
5
Wed
Design For Additive Manufacturing @ Advanced Manufacturing Precinct RMIT University
Dec 5 @ 8:00 am – Dec 7 @ 5:00 pm

You are invited to attend a special three-day course on design for additive manufacturing (DfAM). Topics covered in the training include the consolidation of many parts into one and methods to reduce material and weight, such as topology optimization and lattice/mesh structures. It includes best practices and a wealth of DfAM guidelines. Participants will gain valuable hands-on experience by designing real parts and building them on industrial AM equipment.

Benefits of DfAM 
The images show a hydraulic manifold for Atlas Copco mining equipment. The top version is a conventionally machined manifold with 12 nozzles that must be installed. The bottom version was redesigned for and produced by additive manufacturing. The AM version reduced weight by 91% and consolidated 13 parts into one, resulting in lower assembly cost, less weight and scrap, and the elimination of potential leakage points. Learn how to design these and many other types of parts in this special DfAM course.

You will…
• Become familiar with DfAM guidelines and best practices
• Design, redesign, and optimize products
• Use your favorite design software (if you are a CAD user)
• Gain experience with best-in-class DfAM software such as Inspire from solidThinking and the lattice-structure capabilities in Magics from Materialise

Who should attend…
The DfAM course is targeted at designers, engineers, and managers wanting to learn how to design parts that fully benefit from additive manufacturing. It is ideal for those involved in aerospace, medical, motor sports, energy/power, industrial machinery, automotive, and consumer products.

To register or for further information
Email: Ray Huff at
rh@wohlersassociates.com

Milan Brandt at
Milan.Brandt@rmit.edu.au

AMTIL 2018 VIC Christmas Dinner Function @ Carlton Brewhouse
Dec 5 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with the ultimate private brewery dining experience.

Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes three course meal, drinks and entertainment.
Book a table of 10 and make our Christmas party your Christmas party!

 

Dec
11
Tue
CSIRO 3D Printing Seminar & Tour @ CSIRO
Dec 11 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

The CSIRO wants to engage with you – here is your chance to learn how we can make that happen!

Here is your chance to visit CSIRO’s Lab 22 – the Centre of Excellence for 3D printing! Please join us for an informative and interactive seminar session, followed by a tour of our 3D printing facility. On the tour you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the technology and better understand how 3D printing can transform business models and enhance global competitiveness.

More information

Getting there 
CSIRO Clayton is approximately a 35 minute car drive from the city. The site can be reached from the city via the Monash Freeway, taking the Forster Road exit. Normanby Road is off the extension of Forster Road.

If arriving by car please go to Gate 5 on Normanby Road, and follow the directions to Eastern reception. This should take you straight ahead to a small roundabout where you should turn right. There is limited visitor parking at reception. If you cannot get a visitor park, please park elsewhere on the site and inform reception of your registration number. Please contact the organiser if you need disabled or special access parking. A map of the Clayton site can be found here: http://www.csiro.au/en/Locations/Vic/Clayton

Who is the event for?
The event is for anyone interested in learning more about 3D printing, but is particularly oriented towards metal 3D printing and those looking to explore the technology from a business point of view.

What should I wear?
No special dress is required; please wear shoes with a closed in toe.

Is there an age requirement?
Only guests 16 years and older are permitted to attend.

Who can I contact for further questions?
You may contact Daniel East at daniel.east@csiro.au

AMTIL 2018 NSW Christmas Dinner Function @ I'm Angus Steakhouse The Promenade
Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Kick off the festive season with dinner at one of Darling Harbour’s great restaurants.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.

Includes three course meal and drinks.

Dec
13
Thu
Future-proofing Australian manufacturing SMEs. @ Hobsons Bay Civic Centre
Dec 13 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Competing in today’s increasingly digitalised world and winning in the fourth industrial revolution requires global context and market access, entrepreneurial leadership, a culture of innovation and the adoption of new emerging technologies. But above all, it requires a different set of thinking.

Whether you are new to digital manufacturing or well on the journey, the futuremapTM workshop will give you valuable insights into the current state of your business and then have you consider where you aspire to be, and by when.

Interactive and packed with industry examples, the workshop is intended specifically for you if you are a manufacturing business owner or senior executive managing and manufacturing business owner, to help you

• think differently about the opportunities and challenges of digital manufacturing
• map the current state of your business with respect to capabilities and characteristics vital for future competitiveness and success, and compare this to where you aspire to be in two years from now;
• understand the primary gaps between your current state and your aspirations, to assist you to develop your key areas of focus and potential investment; and
• understand where assistance may be sought to help you on your transition to digital manufacturing.

Prepare to be inspired, learn, and grow as you spend the workshop assessing and mapping your business’ manufacturing capabilities and characteristics using futuremapTM, a business diagnostic tool developed by IMCRC, and deployed in collaboration with the AMGC and the Entrepreneurs’ Programme.

Please bring a fully charged laptop or device (tablet, phone) that is WIFI enabled.

Dec
14
Fri
AMTIL 2018 QLD Christmas Lunch Function @ The Jetty - South Bank River Quay
Dec 14 @ 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

You’re invited to kick off the festive season with a celebratory lunch and a great view.
Network with other AMTIL Members in a relaxed environment.
Bring your colleagues and share in some early Christmas cheer.
Includes three course lunch and drinks.

Feb
8
Fri
AMTIL 2019 Corporate Golf Day @ Riversdale Golf Club
Feb 8 @ 7:30 am – 2:30 pm

Join AMTIL for this ambrose event with participants invited to nominate teams of four.

Includes light breakfast, lunch and drinks plus trophies, prizes and giveaways.

Golf commences at 7:30am.
BBQ Lunch will commence as golf finishes – approx 1:00pm.

Places are limited and preference will be given to AMTIL members if demand
exceeds availability. Individuals booking will be placed in teams by the organisers.

Major Sponsor

Feb
26
Tue
Australian International Airshow/Avalon @ Avalon Airport
Feb 26 – Mar 3 all-day

Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition is a global business event, attracting senior civil aviation, air transport, aerospace and defence industry, military and government decision-makers from around the world.
AVALON 2019 is strongly supported by the Royal Australian Air Force, Airservices Australia, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Defence’s Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, the Defence Science and Technology Group and the Departments of Industry, Innovation & Science and of Infrastructure & Regional Development.
International Aerospace Industry Supply Chain Seminars will also provide platforms for companies to engage with potential partners, suppliers and customers from other nations and to identify common challenges, opportunities and solutions.
The spectacular flying displays, for which Avalon is internationally renowned, are again being designed to maximise enjoyment for trade show participants.
They will provide a colourful backdrop to corporate hospitality and business networking, but at the same time will be structured to minimise interruption to conferences, seminars and business meetings.
www.airshow.com.au

Mar
13
Wed
Australasian Oil & Gas Expo 2019 (Perth) @ Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Mar 13 – Mar 15 all-day

Australasian Oil & Gas Expo 2019
13-15 March 2019
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
The annual Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) is the platform event for the Australian oil and gas industry featuring over 200 exhibiting brands. This event is a showcase of the latest products and attracts over 8,000 global visitors providing opportunities to network and learn about the latest technological and innovative breakthroughs which will drive the industry into the future. Explore specialised industry zones showcasing the latest in Instrumentation Control and Automation, Asset Integrity, Subsea and Health, Safety and Environment.
www.aogexpo.com.au

Apr
4
Thu
Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo (Melbourne) @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Apr 4 – Apr 6 all-day

Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo
Melbourne Convention Centre
4-6 April 2019
The nation’s most comprehensive exhibition of vehicle repair and servicing equipment, replacement parts, tools and accessories. Returning to Melbourne in 2019, industry experts will update business on the latest technologies available and the new trends in workshop management.

Hosted every two years by the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA), the Expo is directed by a committee of executives representing key brands exhibiting at the Expo. This is a trade only show run by the industry, for the industry.More than 350 top Australian and international brands will be on display at Expo and the major corporate sponsor once again is the Tenneco brand Monroe. Exhibitors’ equipment and product demonstrations will be a highlight of the show, with some providing technical presentations and others running competitions. Co-located with the Collision Repair Expo. Entry is free and visitors will be able to check out a combined total of about 400 exhibits over nearly five acres of display space.
Commencing on the morning of 6th April, the industry will recognise the innovative skills in the aftermarket with the Australian Auto Aftermarket Innovation Awards Breakfast sponsored by GUD Automotive. Master of Ceremonies for the Breakfast will be former athlete and sports broadcaster Tiffany Cherry. On Thursday evening the commitment of aftermarket industry leaders is celebrated with the Australian Auto Aftermarket Excellence Awards Banquet sponsored by Burson Auto Parts. Stage and television star Gorgi Coghlan will be master of ceremonies for the Banquet and comedian Dave Callan will bring a light hearted close to the evening. Well over 1,000 industry leaders will attend these combined events presenting an unrivalled networking opportunity.
www.aftermarketexpo.com.au

May
14
Tue
Austech 2019 @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
May 14 @ 9:00 am – May 17 @ 4:00 pm

AMTIL is the proud owner and organiser of Austech, Australia’s premier Advanced Manufacturing and Machine Tool Exhibition. Austech is the only show specifically targeted at the metalworking, machine tool and ancillary market held in Australia.

Austech covers the key areas of machine tool and sheet metal working including:

  • CNC machining centres: horizontal and vertical machining centres.
  • Turning machines: CNC lathes, automatic lathes.
  • Sheetmetal: forming, bending, punching, shearing equipment.
  • Special purpose machines: grinding, broaching, boring, milling, waterjet cutters.
  • Laser equipment: laser profiling, laser cutting, marking and engraving.
  • Ancillary equipment: cutting fluids, finishing, coatings, robots, cad-cam software.
  • Additive Manufacturing Pavilion
  • Inspection, Measurement, Metrology
  • Quality Systems
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Digitalisation (Industry 4.0) Pavilion
  • Air Technology
  • Manufacturers Pavilion

Austech provides a comprehensive exhibition which attracts thousands of visitors.

For more information visit www.amtil.com.au/austech