7-10 June, 2022

International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour SYDNEY | AUSTRALIA

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The ONE event that showcases the latest innovations, technologies and equipment in the advanced manufacturing sector. Explore new opportunities, meet and network with industry leaders and technology experts, all under ONE roof at ONE show.

Owned and operated by the Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL), Australian Manufacturing Week is an industry exhibition encompassing all aspects of manufacturing in Australia.

Australian manufacturing will be the star of a comprehensive new industry showcase, with the inaugural edition of Australian Manufacturing Week taking place will be held at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney on 7 – 10 June 2022.

AMTIL’s aim is for Australian Manufacturing Week to be more than just an exhibition. It will instead act as the centrepiece of a week-long celebration of manufacturing in Australia today.

There are plenty of reason to visit Australian Manufacturing week:

  • Be a witness and a part of technological evolution.
  • Be the first to experience innovative technologies, latest machinery.
  • Meet and network with the innovators and trendsetting individuals who spearhead this technological revolution.
  • Interact with peers and share ideas.
  • Gain firsthand exposure to the companies who are at the forefront of technological excellence.
  • See all the key industry brands all in one place at the same time

Admission
Admission is free to trade personnel. Students or children under the age of 14 will not be admitted unless accompanied by an adult. Student groups are permitted entry with the prior approval of the organisers.
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Australian Manufacturing Week showcases 6 product zones

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

The Additive Manufacturing Zone will spotlight the latest advances in 3D printing. It includes Additive Manufacturing users, suppliers, and supporters. The concept of 3D printing was first described in November 1950 by Raymond F Jones in the story ‘Tools of the Trade’, published in Astounding Science Fiction magazine.

Today the precision, repeatability, and material range of 3D printing has increased to the point that it is now increasingly accepted as an industrial-production technology.


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AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURERS PAVILLION

The Australian Manufacturers Pavillion showcases the capabilities of Australia’s precision engineering and advanced manufacturing industry.

The Australian Manufacturers Pavillion is where AMW celebrates the very best in Australian manufacturing, providing a showcase for some of this country’s most accomplished component manufacturers, precision engineering firms, toolmakers, advanced manufacturers, and general engineering companies.

MACHINE TOOLS & ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT

Austech is specifically targeted at the metalworking, machine tool and ancillary market held in Australia.
Austech covers advanced manufacturing products and processes including:

  • CNC Machinery, Lathes, Mills
  • Contract Manufacturing/Precision Machining
  • Cutting Tools, Tooling & Tool Holding
  • Forming & Fabricating Machines
  • Plasma, Laser, Waterjet & Ultrasonic Machines
  • Ancillary equipment suppliers

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ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION

The Robotics & Automation Zone will feature the latest state-of-the-art equipment and processes for the optimisation of manufacturing operations. Robots are often thought of as the technology of the future, but they’re actually quite old – in fact they recently celebrated their 100th birthday. The word “robot” was first coined in Czech writer Karel Čapek’s play ‘R.U.R.’, written in 1920 and first performed in 1921.

While ‘R.U.R’ and countless works of science fiction in the century since have depicted robots as sources of wonder or menace, the reality today is much more mundane, with modern robots liberating human workers from an ever-growing array of repetitive and dangerous tasks.


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MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS

The Manufacturing Solutions Zone offers optimised solutions to the most common challenges experienced by manufacturers. From materials handling and warehousing to integrated manufacturing and safety solutions.

The manufacturing industry would not be able to function effectively without a diverse array of ancillary technologies and support services.

The Manufacturing Solutions Zone is where you can find optimised solutions to some of the most common challenges experienced by manufacturers, incorporating everything from equipment for materials handling & logistics and safety products, through to the latest software for streamlining manufacturing operations, and specialist service providers in areas such as law, finance, and skills, training & recruitment.


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WELD SOLUTIONS

The Weld Solutions Zone will highlight advanced welding processes and provide high-quality interactive experiences that demonstrate developments and applications in the welding sector. The earliest examples of welding stem from the Bronze and Iron Ages in Europe and the Middle East. According to the ancient Greek historian Herodotus, the sculptor Glaucus of Chios “single-handedly invented iron welding”.

Today, robot welding is commonplace in industrial settings, and researchers continue to develop new welding methods and gain greater understanding of weld quality.