Current Australian Manufacturing Supply Issues… and Mitigation

The pandemic has impacted Australian manufacturing in several ways, with major supply chain issues leading to shipping delays, soaring transport costs and a significant shortage of parts and raw materials. We explain here just what’s happening, why supply chains are being impacted so severely and how we plan to leverage our expertise to help mitigate supply chain issues in the future.

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Romar Builds on Additive Manufacturing Capability with Cutting-Edge 3D Printer

Romar Engineering is pleased to unveil our latest 3D printing technology – the Concept Laser M2 Series 5, a Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) machine from GE Additive, designed, tested and optimised in partnership with GE Aviation. The M2 Series 5 pushes the boundary of additive manufacturing, providing a whole new world of opportunity for our clients.

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Meet Romar’s Newest Advanced Manufacturing Engineer, Agnendra Singh

Romar is using our recently awarded Australian Government MMI grant towards 18 new positions in our advanced manufacturing department, and one of our first new hires is Agnendra Singh, a Manufacturing Engineer who joins our advanced manufacturing team. Agnendra has been with us for three weeks and he’s excited about our future potential as we develop our leading aerospace manufacturing.

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Romar Advanced Manufacturing Features on Ticker Business

Steve Milanoski, Romar Engineering’s Head of Advanced Manufacturing, recently featured on Ticker News, an international streaming news network focusing on breaking news, business and technology. Ticker Business host, Mike Loder, spoke to Steve about Romar’s advanced manufacturing capability, current projects… and future plans.

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Romar Supports Advanced Manufacturing Careers with WSBC

Romar was very pleased to recently take part in a Western Sydney Business Connection (WSBC) project to promote advanced manufacturing careers for Year 9 and Year 10 students. While Western Sydney is home to a high proportion of manufacturers, skills shortage is a concern. Four of Romar’s expert staff took part, and here’s what they had to say.

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Three Key Advantages of Silicone Manufacturing

Material choice is central to both the manufacturing process and performance. Silicone is a high-performance material with traits including high UV resistance and weatherability, heat-resistance and purity. As long-term silicone specialists, we see three key advantages to silicone, giving it broad potential across the aerospace, medical, mining and defence sectors.

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Romar Signs Framework Agreement with New Space Business Hypersonix Launch Systems

Romar Engineering is a leader in advanced manufacturing solutions for the aerospace, mining, medical and defence sectors. We are pleased to announce that we have signed a framework agreement with Hypersonix Launch Systems, an Australian aerospace engineering, design and build company, to develop scalable solutions for sustainable space flight.

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Romar Engineering Awarded $5.8m MMI Grant to Boost Aerospace Manufacturing for the Australian Market

Romar Engineering’s expanding capability in advanced manufacturing for the aerospace sector has been recognised with a $5.8M MMI grant to grow its Australian-designed fluid and motion control solutions. The winning grant is the largest of four allocated to manufacturers working in the aerospace sector under round one of the Integration and Translation streams of the Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI), a $1.3 billion Federal Government initiative..

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Four Key Ways Romar Simplifies the Complexity of Medical Devices Manufacturing

There are multiple factors that make medical devices a highly complex strand of manufacturing, from stringent government regulation and Standards to technology and materials selection. It can be challenging to ensure a fully compliant outcome that also meets commercial manufacture aims. Here are four key ways that Romar overcomes the complexities of manufacture for medical devices to provide expert, robust and scalable manufacturing solutions.

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CSIRO Invests in Advanced Manufacturing Science and Technology

The CSIRO has announced it will invest over $100 million in five science and technology growth areas over the next four years, in a bid to bolster local industry post COVID-19. The five growth areas include biomedical manufacturing, digital manufacturing, digital healthcare, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and emerging technologies like quantum – and the announcement reinforces that Romar is on-course to deliver first-class Australian manufacturing now and into the future.

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