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Building a future

“The WRAP” exhibited at the exhibition of speculative proposals for the Gold Coast cultural precinct, processed on the ART router.

ART’s SMART CNC router installed at Queensland’s Bond University helps students to bring their projects to life. Gold Coast-based Bond University’s School of Architecture’s vision is unique but simple: It aims to combine teaching excellence with practical experience to deliver…

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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

Copy (2) of ART Director David White

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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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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NEW: ToolShop 2.0 Tutorial

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ToolShop, ART’s in-house developed and industry leading CAD/CAM nesting and toolpathing software, has undergone a major re-engineering and now offers a whole suite of new features. ART ToolShop is a Windows-based software package that allows users to draw and import…

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New Video: RT Series Heavy Duty CNC Router

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Strong, fast and accurate for cutting heavy duty materials in production environments…. The RT Series Heavy Duty CNC Router / Machining Centre Download our new brochure HERE Share

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ART SMART XR7000 fabric cutter

Over the past couple of months, ART has been heavily involved in the development of an flatbed machine specifically designed for cutting fabrics and vinyls for the blind and awning industry which has required the development of a lot of…

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CNC Routing 101 – Part III

So where were we?… Last article we finished machining the body. Before we move onto the neck, I thought it would be a good idea to break down the cutting process a little more. There are some very good techniques…

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CNC Routing 101

Hello and welcome to the first article of CNC Routing 101. Let me start by introducing myself and giving you a little background. My name is Greg White. I have been associated with Advanced Robotic Technology for a little over…

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Cutting-edge signage solutions

The Signcraft Group’s Machine Shop Operator, Michael Bradley, and National Operations Manager Guy Blackman in front of their new ART RT series machining centre.

Signs need to deliver a clear message to avoid confusion, which is why all signs are custom-made to help brands inform, instruct and look good in all the right places. Melbourne-based Signcraft Group designs and manufactures its complete range of…

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