High strength cutting tools can now be 3D printed, potentially saving time and money for aerospace and Defence manufacturers. RMIT University PhD candidate Jimmy Toton received the 2019 Young Defence Innovator Award and $15,000 prize at the Avalon International Airshow for the research, which was conducted with Defence Materials Technology Centre (DMTC) and industry partner … Continue reading 3D printed steel tools can cut titanium alloys
Design and construction geotechnical specialist Menard Oceania has announced completion of major ground improvement works on behalf of its client, FKG. With ground improvement works completed ahead of schedule, the Brisbane site, once built, will be a new warehouse for Steelforce, a major distributor of steel products in Australia. The 25,000m² warehouse project, located in … Continue reading Ground improvement works complete for new Steelforce warehouse at Port of Brisbane
Konecranes is introducing valuable knowledge, new technology and expertise to the steel industry through its support of the Australian Steel Convention, agreeing to be a major sponsor of the event for the next three years.
Helix Steel Australasia will display their reinforced concrete on stand F229 at the 2014 Queensland Mining & Engineering (QME) Exhibition.
Bradken has announced it will be shutting down its “highest cost manufacturing facilities” and cutting its workforce.
Port Hedland has posted another record month of iron exports to China with 25.2 million tonnes of the steel making ingredient that sailed away easily beating the previous record highs of 23 million tonnes set in both May and June this year.
Port Kembla Port Corporation has turned a profit despite a drop in steelmaking at BlueScope.