Maplesoft Engineering Solutions users reduced risk and brought products to market faster using Maplesoft’s expertise and tools. Continue →
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Zach Challies and his shock-absorbing base for prosthetic noses.
Using 3D technology to print off a new nose has won a Wellington inventor the top prize in the New Zealand leg of the 14th annual James Dyson Award, a global product design competition that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers. Continue →
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Craig Kemp says the thrills and excitement of hydraulic engineering are with the large hydraulic system solutions projects undertaken by Hyspecs. Continue →
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NZ Duct & Flex, stockist of New Zealand’s largest range of Fume Arm extraction system is expanding its range. Continue →
In the past few months Gough Engineering in Christchurch has purchased two CNC machines to increase its in-house engineering capacity. Continue →
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The first NZ Coatings & Corrosion Conference and Exhibition at the Ellerslie Events Centre in Auckland in July attracted close to 200 industry professionals, including engineers, asset managers, infrastructure developers and maintenance personnel, both from the public and private sectors. Continue →
Professor Xun Xu of the University of Auckland is focusing new research on the transformational benefits to business via cloud manufacturing. Continue →
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A new lightweight robotic arm is just one of the projects to be developed under a new collaboration between the University of Auckland and Japanese research teams working on robotics and assistive devices for the elderly. Continue →
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