AMW2024 comes to Darling Harbour


Thursday, 08 February, 2024


AMW2024 comes to Darling Harbour

AMW2024 is on at ICC Sydney, in Darling Harbour, 17–19 April 2024.

Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW2024) is run by the Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL), with the NSW Government as the major sponsor. The event will occupy more than 6560 m2 of exhibition space at the ICC Sydney, in Darling Harbour. More than 215 organisations have already taken stands to showcase the latest manufacturing technologies, processes and support services.

There will be seven Zones on the show floor of Australian Manufacturing Week, each showcasing its own areas of expertise. These include:

  • The Austech Machine Tools Zone — specifically targeting the metalworking, machine tool and ancillary market in the global manufacturing space.
  • The Additive Manufacturing Zone — showcasing various techniques within additive manufacturing include stereolithography, selective laser sintering, material extrusion, sheet lamination, binder jetting, cold spray processing, material jetting, directed energy deposition and many more of the most advanced technologies within this sector.
  • The Australian Manufacturers Pavilion — showcasing the capabilities of Australia’s precision engineering and advanced manufacturing industry. The Australian Manufacturers Pavilion is where AMW2024 celebrates the very best in Australian manufacturing.
  • The Manufacturing Solutions Zone — offering a concentration of optimised solutions to the most common challenges experienced by manufacturers, from materials handling and warehousing to integrated manufacturing and safety solutions. The Manufacturing Solutions Zone incorporates everything from equipment for materials handling and logistics to safety and software products.
  • The Robotics & Automation Zone — featuring the latest state-of-the-art equipment and processes for the optimisation of manufacturing operations. There will be industrial robotics, automated solutions, instrumentation and control systems, measurement, pneumatics, IoT solutions, Industry 4.0 and digitalisation.
  • The Weld and Air Solutions Zone — highlighting advanced welding processes and providing high-quality interactive experiences that demonstrate the latest developments and applications in the welding sector. Welding is critical in metal fabrication and manufacturing. In fact, it is used in creating more than half of all of products manufactured in Australia today.
  • The Plastic Technology Zone — providing an opportunity to see and feel the latest in plastics machinery, mould-making technologies, recycling materials and the many plastics manufacturing processes. Plastic technology is a specialised branch of study that includes the study of diverse types of chemicals that exhibit plasticity.

Now is the time to register for your attendance at AMW2024. This is the show not to miss in 2024.

Register at www.australianmanufacturingweek.com.au.

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