All-composite Queensland (Australia) plant, including purchasing a 22m x 5m 3D printer. It is said to be the biggest in the southern hemisphere.maker Zone has announced a major expansion of their ,
According to a report, the company’s founder, Dave Biggar, and CEO, Adrian Toft, hostedCouncil Mayor Mark Jamieson to inspect their growing facilities.
Toft said he was extremely thrilled about the new facility and the huge 3D printer.
“At 22 meters x 5 meters wide, it is huge. We’re hiring now, and if you have an interest in automation, robotics, and mechatronics, come and talk to us,” Toft said.
Zoneincorporates technologies from the maritime and aeronautical industries to construct lighter, stronger, and safer that are all-composite with bodies and cabinetry systems.
This can help users stay under their towing vehicles’ Gross Combined Mass (GCM).
The composite bodies are mounted on a customand specially developed CruiseMaster suspension systems suitable for roads with corrugated surfaces.
The company is investing in a new AU$7.5-million, 5,000-square meter facility located in Coolum Eco-Industrial Park.
sales have been booming because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zonesaid the expansion would create 124 new full-time jobs.
Council provides business support and incentives such as the possibility of a rebate on eligible development application fees and the option of a staged payment for infrastructure fees.