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A new research and development centre will give Australia’s aircraft component manufacturing industry access to improved manufacturing techniques and advanced materials
Defence is an expensive business. Strike aircraft weapons systems, for example, don’t come cheap. But their necessity, and these strained economic times, means more research is being put into reducing their cost of production.
The next generation of visual inspection systems could help Australian manufacturers improve quality and competitiveness. But understanding the limits of these systems will be vital.