National Manufacturing Week 2018 Updates: What Delegates Can Expect

It is that time of the year again where Australia’s finest manufacturers will showcase their works to the country’s industry decision makers. The expo will soon return to Sydney and the heads of the industry will get more chances to network and learn more about the field.

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It has been quite some time since the heads of the industry have witnessed an opportunity in Australia’s much anticipated National Manufacturing Week. Now, the heads of the manufacturing industry will soon get another glimpse of what is the latest in technology and the industry’s growth.

In this year’s event, the delegates will have a chance to hear from a number of world-class speakers and experts in the manufacturing industry. The conference and expo will allow attendees to witness 40 presentations as well that would discuss the effects of digital transformations as well as innovative designs. On top of that, the speakers of the forthcoming National Manufacturing Week will cover topics on the manufacturing industry’s latest business applications.

This year’s event should not be missed as one of its hosts will be the director of Hitech Materials, Dr. Philip Walls, and he will shed more light into some of the challenges that most heads of the industry face when utilizing the contemporary processes of manufacturing by practicing case studies. On top of that, Walls will also focus on discussing exotic alloys, graphene composites, nano-machined materials, cold spraying, and other aspects in the additive manufacturing field that would really help them in the field.

Walls is a renowned professional in the industry and has more than 30 years of experience in fabrication processes and material development. Aside from his years of contributing to the industry, he also worked in some of the universities in Australia, Japan, and the United Kingdom. Walls has also made efforts in several government laboratories. That being said, the heads of the industry who will attend the upcoming National Manufacturing Week will really gain a lot.

The said event will run for three days – from May 9-11. And like the previous national manufacturing events, it will be held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. So for those who are looking for the best careers expo in Sydney, this will be their chance to sign up and gain more in the manufacturing industry.

The registration just opened last month but it is still on-going. Delegates are free to sign up; so grab the opportunity now and go visit their website.

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