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Ailytic to explore decision improvement using IIoT and AI at National Manufacturing Week 2018 

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National Manufacturing Week (NMW) 2018 offers a unique opportunity for decision makers and buyers in the manufacturing industry to connect with exhibitors that are delivering the latest technology, research and development to redefine and grow manufacturing businesses.

Featuring more than 200 leading companies, the exhibition area at NMW 2018 will be divided into eleven Product Zones: advanced materials, additive manufacturing, automation and robotics, electrical, engineering, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), machine tools, industrial safety, supply chain and logistics, warehousing and materials handling, and welding technology.

Exhibition area highlights include CNC Machinery Sales Australia, Headland Machinery and Universal Robots, showcasing new and industry-leading solutions through live demonstrations and interactive workshops.

CNC Machinery Sales Australia, Stand 1636

CNC Machinery Sales Australia have for the past 29 years offered a broad range of new and used conventional and CNC Machinery tools, sheet and fabrication equipment and portable machine tools. This year at NMW 2018 they will be featuring portable machine tools including Sir Meccanica Multi-Purpose Portable Machine Tools from Italy, Efco Valve repair and testing equipment from Germany and Ajax portable EDM broken tap removers.

Headland Machinery, Stand 1026

Machine tools and application specialists, Headland Machinery are at the forefront of supply for advanced manufacturing, sheet metal, CNC, waterjet and automated vertical storage solutions. An Australian owned and operated, multi-generation family company, Headland Machinery has a strong history in supplying leading international machinery to the Australian manufacturing industry.

Universal Robots, Stand 2222

Universal Robots is a market leader in industrial robots and strives to make robot technology accessible to all levels of industry. Lightweight, compact and flexible, the UR3, UR5 and UR10 robot arms are user-friendly and work safely alongside human operators. With an average payback period of 12 months,  the fastest in the industry, Universal Robots optimises production by enabling automation cost-effectively.

There are just two weeks left to register for Australia’s largest showcase of manufacturing innovation and inspiration, NMW 2018 will be hosted at the Sydney Showground from 9 to 11 May.  

Anyone with a professional or commercial interest in manufacturing is encouraged to visit www.nationalmanufacturingweek.com.au to register for the free-to-attend NMW 2018.

 



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