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Robotic CNC plasma beam coping machine eliminates drawbacks of manual coping

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ART has introduced several incremental updates to its state-of-the-art Metaltek XB1200 CNC beam coping machine, making it even more productive and versatile since its inception two years ago.  Traditionally, beam coping has been done manually by marking the dimensions for…

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Manufacturing matters more than ever

By David White, Director Advanced Robotic Technology (ART), Brisbane Manufacturing drives innovation and technological change. It accounts for a quarter of Australia’s private sector R&D expenditure. Manufacturing is the sector that contains and advances the skills and capabilities that prescribe…

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Automating structural steel fabrication

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ART releases the Metaltek XB1200 10-axis structural steel fabrication cutting system – slashing production times, material handling and manual labour As budgets are getting tighter, customers of structural steel fabrication shops are getting more cost-conscious and it is unlikely they…

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ByRay Australia announces name change to TruCut Solutions

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Brisbane, 12 September 2013 – ByRay Australia, a provider of cutting tools, plasma consumables and lubrication systems, announced today the change of its name to TruCut Solutions. The name change is intended to more accurately reflect the company’s business focus,…

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CNC plasma cutter pays for itself within months after installation

Progress Air Frank Van Winden and company owner Rod Peters

Progress Air (Hoxton Park, NSW) makes sheetmetal parts for air-conditioning systems, servicing the local HVAC & R industry for more than 16 years. Several years ago, Progress Air began preparations for the future of sheetmetal processing, as the industry became…

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The returns on Automation

The ART automatic sheet loader allows automation of the production process straight from the pallet, which means there is no operator intervention when lifting from the material stack to the machine. No intervention means lean manufacturing and higher profits.

One of the most common forms of automation that has found its way into many manufacturing facilities is the CNC router. These machines have revolutionised cutting and drilling processes for materials such as aluminium, timber, plastic and composite panels, thereby…

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Why manufacture in Australia and how to survive

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By David White, Director Advanced Robotic Technology (ART), Brisbane The question of whether manufacturing has a future in Australia has been hotly debated for some time and media keeps publishing more bad news. Ford Australia recently slashed production to about…

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Onsite weld preparation for maximum equipment uptime

Mining in Australia is still booming as a result of soaring demand for commodities from resource-hungry economies such as Indonesia, China and India. Consequently, maximum equipment uptime is essential. For maintenance and repair of equipment which cannot be move to…

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ART introduces portable CNC machining solutions

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metaltek by ART Modular multi-function CNC machining system ART brings you the metaltek modular multi-function CNC machining system. This new breed of machine is fully portable and is able to provide an unparalleled range of machining functions in the field…

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ART expands into new markets

Company Director and co-founder David White took over full ownership of the company in late 2010 and has since introduced many new services and products to lead the company’s expansion efforts into new and existing markets. “While we see huge…

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