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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​​Enhancing Aerospace Manufacturing Systems with ProShop

Romar Engineering has been focusing on new IT directions to streamline and enhance workflow. The most recent phase of this involves the integration of ProShop, an ERP (Enterprise Resource System) with an inbuilt MES (Manufacturing Execution System) and QMS (Quality Management System). This uniquely integrated software has immense customer benefits.

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The Romar Australian Manufacturing Annual Wrap 2021

The pandemic continued to impact the globe in 2021, but closer to home there was some good news. In our Australian manufacturing annual wrap, we showcase our 2021 activities and achievements, including recognition for our advanced manufacturing, innovative aerospace collaborations, new faces for our expert engineering team and additional technology – providing even more opportunities for our customers.

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Romar Additive Manufacturing Challenge for ANSTO National Graduate Innovation Forum

Romar is uniquely positioned to offer world-class additive manufacturing solutions, thanks to our singular technology and industry-leading team. We recently showcased this capability as part of the first ANSTO National Graduate Innovation Forum, an event designed to connect current PhD students with industry representatives – to apply scientific thinking to real-world industry challenges.

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Alan Lipman talks Australian Manufacturing on ABC’s ‘The Business’

Whilst the pandemic has adversely impacted many sectors, there has been a silver lining for Australian manufacturing. Disruptions to global supply chains have refocused organisations towards onshore production, a boon for local manufacturers who have the expertise, team and technology to meet the demand.

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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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