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Romar is committed to advancing Australian manufacturing

Australian manufacturing has a plethora of opportunities available to it across multiple applications. It is Romar’s continued commitment to advancing Australian manufacturing that sees the Romar name fast becoming one of the most recognised brands within the broader manufacturing community.

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Romar Attends the Inaugural Australian Space Summit

On 24 March, Romar Engineering’s Alan Lipman (CEO) and Steve Milanoski (Head of Advanced Manufacturing) attended the 2022 Australian Space Summit at The Star, Sydney. Hosted by Space Connect, the annual event is a highlight of the Australian space industry, featuring presentations by national experts – and providing a unique opportunity to connect with others in the aerospace manufacturing sector.

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Romar collaboration wins Federal Government grant for world-first UAV aerospace manufacturing project

A collaboration between Hypersonix Launch Systems, the University of Southern Queensland, LSM Advanced Composites (LSM) and Romar Engineering has been recognised with a $2.95 million Federal Government grant to develop a world-first reusable hypersonic UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) project.

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Felix Daddo Advanced Manufacturing Intern

Romar Engineering is very proud to support young engineering students through our internship program, and the latest to join us is Felix Daddo, an aeronautical engineering student from the University of Sydney. Felix is interning with our advanced manufacturing team to develop innovative fluid and motion control solutions.

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Streamlining Australian Manufacturing Production with Fusion 360 and Netfabb

As part of our focus to implement new IT systems at Romar Engineering, we’ve been working with CADPRO Systems, a leading supplier of professional Computer-Aided Design technology and data management solutions. CADPRO recently profiled Romar and how our successful collaboration is helping us enhance efficiency for our Australian manufacturing clients.

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Romar Adds to Capability with In-House Tensile Testing

Romar Engineering has recently added to our capability with in-house tensile testing, essential to measure material performance and meet applicable industry standards. Most manufacturers rely on external tensile testing. With in-house testing capability, we’re equipped to streamline and enhance our material selection, design for manufacture and commercial manufacture processes – for enhanced customer outcomes.

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About Elastomers and Silicone Testing

Testing is central to high quality, compliant and robust manufacturing solutions. At Romar, we employ elastomers and silicone testing at multiple stages prior to manufacture. We test various material properties to ensure consistency, that the material is fit for purpose and that it meets all regulatory standards for sectors including medical, mining, defence and aerospace manufacturing.

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Alan Lipman – Predictions for 2022 Australian Manufacturing

From our origins as a traditional manufacturer more than 50 years ago, Romar Engineer is now a leader in innovative manufacturing solutions. Whilst Australian manufacturing has faced significant challenges over the last two years, Alan Lipman sees promising signs for 2022 and beyond. Here he explains what we’re likely to see in Australian manufacturing this year.

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Dan Meckes Joins Romar as Principal Engineer

Romar Engineering is currently growing our exceptional team of additive manufacturing engineers and materials specialists, and one of our newest arrivals is Dan Meckes, who we’re pleased to announce has joined us as Principal Engineer. With a background spanning medical device manufacturing, aerospace and defence, Dan is ideally placed to develop our tailored and scalable manufacturing solutions for aerospace, medical, mining and defence.

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Romar Welcomes Benjamin Bax, Additive Manufacturing Authority

We’re delighted to announce that our newest team member has joined us directly from DMG Mori in Germany. Benjamin Bax is a leading authority on the Lasertec 65, and he will work with Steve Milanoski, Romar’s Head of Advanced Manufacturing, to develop additive manufacturing solutions for the aerospace, medical, mining and defence sectors.

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