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AMT

JULY 2015

AUSTECH REVIEW

Austech 2015 – Back in business

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ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION

Helping Betacom light up ANZ

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Leading the pack with robotic palletising

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SOFTWARE

Software – what is it?

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Mobilising the manufacturing industry

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CAM nesting: More than just a geometric solution

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Cloud ERP for manufacturers – are we there yet?

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FINANCE & LAW

Legal trends for manufacturers to watch for

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Efic helps Tomco overcome export hurdles

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Production line patent goes down

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WORKHOLDING

Dimac soft jaws offer affordable quality

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Quick die-clamping – Reliability, productivity & affordability

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From the CEO

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From the Industry

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From the Union

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INDUSTRY NEWS

Current news from the industry

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PRODUCT NEWS

Our selection of new and interesting products

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ONE ON ONE

Deborah Anton

Head of the Entrepreneur Development Division, AusIndustry 60

COMPANY FOCUS

Quickstep – Accelerating auto composites

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AMTIL FORUM

OHS

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Law

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Logistics

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Finance

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Manufacturing History – A look back in time

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AMTIL INSIDE

The latest news from AMTIL

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Deborah Anton

Deborah Anton is Head of the Entrepreneur

Development Division of AusIndustry . One of her key

areas of responsibility is the Federal Government’s

new Entrepreneurs’ Programme. This will seek to drive

business growth and competitiveness by supporting

business improvement and research connections and

through the commercialisation of novel products and

processes.

Quickstep – Accelerating auto composites

While many manufacturers have been exiting the

automotive sector, one Australian company – renowned

advanced carbon fibre composites manufacturer

Quickstep - is trailblazing a new direction in this sector.

Volume 15 Number 06 JULY 2015 ISSN 1832-6080

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Australia’s premier advanced

manufacturing exhibition was back in

business this May. Amid widespread

signs of a resurgence in activity across

the industry, Austech 2015 drew robust

crowds of visitors keen to see a diverse

display that included all the key machine

tool dealers and ancillary equipment

suppliers, showcasing the latest

manufacturing technology. Page 36

Austech 2015 – Back in business

Between 26-29 May, the Melbourne Convention and

Exhibition Centre was the venue for Austech 2015, as

Australia’s leading advanced manufacturing exhibition

returned after a two-year break. The final totals confirmed

the positive impression drawn from the impressive crowd

size, the busy stands and the positive exhibitor feedback.

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