NEWS

01Jul 2019

Australis Engineering is proud to announce it has been appointed as an official Australian integrator partner for OnRobot plug-and-produce end-of-arm tooling (EoAT) for collaborative robot applications.

01Mar 2019

Heading into its 27th year and continuing to grow, PROPAK ASIA 2019 returns to the BITEC Exhibition Centre in Bangkok Thailand on 12 – 15 June 2019. The 2019 exhibition is Australis Engineering’s first international trade show and we invite you to attend and visit us at Stand AM34 in Hall 99 <Click image for […]

12Dec 2018

Its been a huge year for Australis and the time has come for our team to take a break. Australis will be closed over the Christmas – New Year period. Click the image to learn more

27Sep 2018

Australis Engineering is proud to announce it has been appointed as an official Australian distributor and integrator partner of Techman Robots. The pioneering TM Robots meet the ISO 10218 collaborative robot standard and have an on-board vision system and payload capacities from 4kg to 14kg. See more…

26Jul 2018

Heading into its 34th year and continuing to go from strength-to-strength, AUSPACK 2019 will return to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 26 – 29 March 2019. We look forward to you visiting Australis Engineering at Stand C130.

26Jul 2018

From Humble Beginnings… Australis Engineering opened its doors for the first time in 1983. From humble beginnings we have steadily grown from a small fabrication operation, into a business that is a trusted provider of Conveyors, Customised Equipment, Automation, and Robotic Solutions.

17Jul 2017

Want to know more about Australis Engineering’s capabilities? Watch our short corporate video that highlights the strong capabilities we have in conveyor systems, robotics, industrial automation, pallet handling and turnkey systems.

19Aug 2016

What do you think of when you hear the term industrial robot? You probably only think of a huge metal arm that helps fabricate motor vehicles or other heavy duty applications. Not any more. Collaborative robots like ABB’s YuMi are changing the face of robotics. Click to see the video of YuMi in action.