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Engineering workshops are increasingly relying on robots and automation to remain competitive. But the backbone of engineering workshop activities still lies with products such as material and mechanical handling conveyors, fasteners, adhesives, wheels and rollers, hand and power tools plus welding equipment and consumables. Painting and coating systems are regularly-needed items in a workshop setting.

Workshop Schaeffler’s Drive Train 4.0 digital services are easily accessible and increase system availability
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  Schaeffler’s Drive Train 4.0 digital services are easily accessible and increase system availability Schaeffler’s latest EcoSystem for monitoring motors and drives A world leader in industrial bearing technologies, Schaeffler, is introducing to Australia and New Zealand its latest condition monitoring and predictive maintenance technologies that use advanced digital services to look into the future of motors and drives. Continue →
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Global high-pressure hydraulics leader Enerpac is introducing to Australasia new on-site safety training designed to optimise the uptime and performance of widely used tools while spotlighting workplace hazards and preventable accidents. Continue →
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New online tool highlights health & safety ‘red flags’ for Kiwi engineering firms An estimated two thirds of New Zealand engineering firms still have no idea how their health and safety system is performing, despite new laws having been introduced more than a year ago. Continue →
All News Members of the field sales team (left to right): Leon de Waard, Gene Halden, Tony Castellino, Neil Thomson, John Wilson, Garry Handke and Matthew Cook NEWS
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Members of the field sales team (left to right): Leon de Waard, Gene Halden, Tony Castellino, Neil Thomson, John Wilson, Garry Handke and Matthew Cook NEWS Customers, staff, industry partners and supporters celebrated in style to mark Gates Australia’s 30 year anniversary on February 17. Continue →
Workshop A press brake, guillotine and other engineering machinery complement the new Swift-Cut plasma cutting table
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A press brake, guillotine and other engineering machinery complement the new Swift-Cut plasma cutting table Gary Wight of Auckland Sheet Metals makes no bones about it; the purchase of a new Swift-Cut plasma cutting table from Machinery House – the ‘Englishman’ as it’s affectionately known in the workshop – has increased business efficiencies by 30 percent. Continue →
Workshop FAG Top-Laser Equilign optimises shaft alignment to achieve better cost-effectiveness of assets
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FAG Top-Laser Equilign optimises shaft alignment to achieve better cost-effectiveness of assets FAG Top-Laser Equilign optimises shaft alignment to achieve better cost-effectiveness of assets An advanced handheld laser optical alignment device from Schaeffler Australia enables faster, easier alignment of shafts in rotating equipment such as fans, motors, pumps, gearboxes, ventilators and compressors. Continue →
Workshop A chance to poke around an international airport would tickle the fancy of any engineer, so it was no surprise that the Auckland Airport MESNZ Network Evening was well over-subscribed when the society spent an evening there in March.
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A chance to poke around an international airport would tickle the fancy of any engineer, so it was no surprise that the Auckland Airport MESNZ Network Evening was well over-subscribed when the society spent an evening there in March. Continue →
Workshop Trident Australia’s WA branch has expanded its range of hydraulic technology to include the latest Enerpac EVO synchronous lifting system
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Trident Australia’s WA branch has expanded its range of hydraulic technology to include the latest Enerpac EVO synchronous lifting system Trident Australia’s WA branch has expanded its range of hydraulic technology to include the latest Enerpac EVO synchronous lifting system, which provides accuracy, safety and productivity benefits for precision lifting of heavy machinery, sometimes exceeding several thousand tons. Continue →
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