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NMW2017: PRODUCT SHOWROOM NOW LIVE 

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Interested in learning what products will be on show during National Manufacturing Week, Australia’s largest gathering of manufacturing industry decision makers?

With more than 230 exhibiting companies confirmed for the 2017 event, organisers have compiled a product showroom to help visitors navigate what’s on offer. Products selected for National Manufacturing Week and the Safety First Expo & Conference are now available, with categories including:

  • Ancillary Equipment and Plastics;
  • CAD/CAM and other specialist software (computers in manufacturing);
  • Contract Manufacturing;
  • Cutting Tools, Tooling, Tool Holders and Work Holders;
  • Electrical and Accessories;
  • Electronics and Electronic Components;
  • General Manufacturing and/or Engineering Products;
  • Jigs and Fixtures;
  • Metals and Composites;
  • OH&S Products;
  • Plastics, Raw Materials/Masterbatches/Speciality Chemicals;
  • Pneumatics/Air Compressor/Hydraulics;
  • Precision Machining;
  • Process/Control/Instrumentation/Measurement;
  • Rapid and Digital Manufacturing;
  • Repetition Engineering;
  • Robotics/Automation and Control;
  • Service and Maintenance;
  • Sustainable Manufacturing;
  • Vision/Camera Technologies and Scanners; and
  • Welding/Joining/Heat Treatment/Coating/Abrasives.

Pollution control, electrical safety and controls, maintenance products and air, dust and odour control are among the products on display as part of the Safety First Expo & Conference.

National Manufacturing Week Exhibition Director Robby Clark encouraged visitors to view the floor plan and product showroom before the headed to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

“We’re expecting thousands to head to National Manufacturing Week, with a big line-up of exhibiting companies from Australia and around the world. To help navigate this offering, we are now offering a Business Matching Program to help visitors make the most of their time onsite,” said Clark.

For more information about National Manufacturing Week, or to register for the 2017 event, please visit http://www.nationalmanufacturingweek.com.au/.

 

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