ABB’s power protection technology is helping Fonterra save time and money on costly outages. Continue →
Constructed in 2012, Regal’s purpose-built 54,000 sq. ft. facility in Avondale boasts a 27,000 sq. Continue →
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Andrew Ouwejan is Director at Metlab Ltd. He runs his own metallurgical consultancy specialising in the microstructure, properties and performance of metals. Continue →
Chassis and deck manufactured in Hardox by SEC.
It is a very hackneyed expression to write that someone or something is on the “cutting edge” – and it usually is not altogether true. Continue →
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Open Access Labs is all about helping companies in a collaborative research partnership gain new insights into their product development by making easier access to testing and prototyping equipment. Continue →
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To cope with orders, the company recently installed three Matsuura 5-axis machining centres and is recruiting engineering staff for its design and workshop teams. Continue →
Viking engineers one-of-a-kind spray booth for the Christchurch Engine Centre.
When Viking won the contract to design, build and install a spray booth system for Pratt & Whitney Air New Zealand Services (trading as the Christchurch Engine Centre), the CHCEC is a repair and overhaul (MRO) centre for the IAE V2500 series turbofan aircraft engine, Viking sales and design manager Ross Metcalf knew that the company’s expertise as a New Zealand-owned extraction manufacturing company that designs and manufactures systems from scratch will be put to good use. Continue →
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A self-funded technology incubator, Innovators Ltd, has developed the world’s first practical, market-ready ultrasonic spray dispenser. Continue →
Tsubaki’s new GT4 Winner roller chain is living up to Tsubaki’s promise of delivering economical and ecological benefits to its customers. Continue →
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering associate professor Bruce MacDonald is part of a research team to develop modular robots for horticulture. Continue →
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