Events

Brief appearance at Onehunga for The America’s Cup
The America’s Cup made a brief appearance at an Onehunga CNC machining and composite engineering facility last week, accompanied by mem
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2nd Safety Control Systems & Hazardous Areas Conference
Every year, industry experiences catastrophic fires, explosions or toxic releases. These...
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HVAC&R Trade Exhibition New Zealand 11-12 May 2017
HVAC&R Trade Exhibition New Zealand 11-12 May 2017
The Institute of Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers Inc. (IRHACE), Climate Control...
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Melbourne to host international concrete symposium in July
Melbourne to host international concrete symposium in July
The Australasian Corrosion Association (ACA) will present the Brian Cherry International Concrete...
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SouthMACH on track for May
SouthMACH on track for May
SouthMACH, the region’s largest trade exhibition for the Manufacturing, Engineering, Machinery...
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Marley network evening extrudes enthusiasm
Their products are absolutely everywhere around New Zealand, but have you ever spared a thought for how those Marley rainwater and plumbing products are produced and maintained? 
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Local manufacturer offering customer centric design and Japanese quality
With the current structural changes in Australia’s economy, SMC Pneumatics ANZ’s Sales Director, James McKew discusses SMC’s strategy for success.
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BMW Oktoberfest 2016 in Auckland
There will be beer, there will be food, there will be singing and there will be dancing...
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Maintenance conference a resounding success
The 2013 SKF National Maintenance Engineering Conference has been declared a resounding success by Event Director Craig Carlyle.
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National conference moves to Hamilton
The annual National Maintenance Engineering Conference will be held in Hamilton in 2014.
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Global Innovation and New Technology’s on Hand At Engineering Conference
Engineers will get a take-home example of the capabilities of the sintered Titanium Powder 3D printing process at the 2013 SKF  National Maintenance Engineering Conference in Rotorua.
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Maintenance guru big draw to MESNZ Conference
Visitors to this year’s maintenance conference got to hear from global maintenance guru Joel Leonard.
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Engineers forge friendships
Drury forging and engineering company Safe Group hosted members of the Maintenance Engineering Society of New Zealand in an after-hours show-and-tell as part of the society’s regional network evening series.
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Austech show stopper
From 7 to 10 May 2013, Australia’s production technology providers will once again be presenting machine tools, precision tools, sheetmetal technology, automation equipment and much more at the Austech trade show.
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New Zealand to shine in oil and gas future
Next year’s New Zealand Oil and Gas Exhibition and Conference in March will be hosted in the oil and gas capital of New Plymouth, bringing together the energy industry for two days of trade and education in one of the Oceania region’s most establi
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Free technology roadshow
National Instruments has opened registration for the 2012 NI Embedded Control and Monitoring Technology roadshow –  a free event featuring the latest trends, technologies and information for engineers and scientists developing embedded control and
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Intercad open days
Intercad, the New Zealand authorised reseller of SolidWorks 3D CAD/CAM technology, is launching SolidWorks 2013 at a series of dynamic hands-on events across New Zealand.
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Biomechatronic technology for the future of healthcare
Biomechatronic technology for the future of healthcare, at the Faculty of Engineering’s Technologies for Health research event tonight. Professor Peter Xu, Chair in Mechatronics, from the Department of Mechanical Engineering will give his inaugural lecture Mechatronics for Innovative Smart Medical Devices at the event. Professor Xie is head of the University’s Medical and Rehabilitation Robotics Research Group where the rehabilitation devices and robot technology is being developed. “Our research is targeted at people whose strength and coordination has been affected by amputation, stroke, cerebral palsy, or aging. We believe appropriate mechanical assistance can not only restore function but enhance performance beyond typical human limits
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Tonga’s first solar farm ‘Maama Mai’ ready for the ‘go live’
Tonga’s first solar farm, the second to be built by Meridian Energy, was officially named in a dedication ceremony.
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44th National Fieldays closes on high
Gates closed on the world’s fifth largest rural sector tradeshow with a massive 128, 271 visitors through the 44th New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays.
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