New industry partnership explores Australia’s manufacturing potentialA new strategic partnership between St.George Banking Group, UNSW Sydney and the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) was announced today to advance Australian research and accelerate the introduction and commercialisation of new manufacturing technologies.
Solving industry challenges through collaborationTara Hamid from Manufactures’ Monthly spoke to AMAC Director, Professor Gangadhara Prusty, to find out more about how AMAC is bringing industry and academics together to solve real-world engineering challenges, with the focus on advanced composite materials.
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Successful candidates will be eligible for a scholarship of $31,298 per annum under the Industrial Transformation Research Program (ITRP) scheme of Australian Research Council (ARC). There will be scope for additional top-up amounting from $5000-$10,000. The candidates will be provided with an industrial placement of 12 months during their research candidature.
AMGC backs project to automate vehicle panel repair
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) is supporting a collaborative project with Tradiebot Industries to deliver the world’s first automated vehicle panel repair system.
As part of the project, Tradiebot Industries will collaborate with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) ARC Training Centre for Automated Manufacture of Advanced Composites (AMAC) on developing a robotic control system to carry out physical repairs on damaged vehicle panels.
Tradiebot’s chief creator, Mario Dimovski said the project seeks to achieve a shift from manual production jobs, towards a more customised, smart and competitive manufacturing model, backed by high skilled workers.