President Peter and the Vernier Committee have decided that it is prudent to cancel our meeting planned for April 16. Our meeting on May 14 will be considered when there is better information available and the implications of meeting for lunch become clearer.
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Byron Kennedy one of the entrepreneurs behind SPEE3D high speed 3D metal printers.
For the second year running, it was a privilege for Peter Sutton and Jack Parr of the Vernier Foundation to attend the Dandenong High School Awards Night 2019 and present the Foundation awards to 3 of the school’s outstanding STEM students! The event was held in December at the Robert Blackwood Hall in Monash University […]
Our program for this get together is going to be a surprise, so come along and start the New Year with renewed enthusiasm for Australian manufacturing!
A great lunch and good conversation is always ensured.
by: Jack Parr Vernier Society Member Those eccentrics who, while driving, listen to the Senate would have caught this week a debate following the release of the latest PMI manufacturing figures for November. It soon predictably became a polarised argument with the opposition manufacturing spokesperson seizing on the result to lampoon the government for having […]
Claire Kelly is our speaker and she has been involved with MHFA since 2003.
We will then be delighted with amazing musical performances from Stewart Kelly, Douglas Kelly and Jordan Auld.
DTCo is founded on providing a low-risk,easy-to-engage scalability option for design and drafting teams. DTCo has a team of full-time, permanent mechanical designers in Melbourne and has partner businesses interstate. Their designers are highly practical, typically from a trade background, and proficient in 3D modelling, drafting and modern design workflows. 95% of the work they […]
The panel discussion will begin with an examination and a recognition of the failures of innovation to commercialisation systems over the past twenty years throughout the US, Australia and Silicon Valley:
Innes Willox is Chief Executive of the Australian Industry Group and will be talking about “What does it take to be a 21st century manufacturer: is there a role for areas of traditional strength or is the future just for ‘advanced manufacturers’? What can and should businesses, associations and governments do to develop competitive manufacturing industries?”
Russell Rolls has a deep commitment to greenhouse gas reduction and will be asking ‘Can Dirt Save the World?’
Engineers Australia is hosting an interesting event “The Road to Autonomous Vehicles in Australia”. 20th August from 5:30pm
Professor Brandt is the Technical Director of RMIT’s Advanced Manufacturing Precinct and the Director of RMIT’s Centre for Additive Manufacturing. His talk is on Advanced Manufacturing Trends and Research in Australia