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Welcome Eoin Collins

By |February 18th, 2016|News & Articles|

IMEC Europe is delighted to welcome the newest member of the team, Eoin Collins. Eoin commenced work in March 2015 as a graduate Mechanical Engineer. IMEC would like to wish Eoin all the best as he embarks on his graduate program with IMEC. Welcome aboard Eoin!

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Introducing Spencer Cutler

By |February 18th, 2016|News & Articles|

Introducing Spencer Cutler as IME Consultants Gosowong Site Project Manager. IMEC is pleased to welcome Spencer Cutler as its Gosowong Site Project Manager. With over 30 years experience in the mining industry and project management expertise in shaft development and surface/underground infrastructure projects, we feel Spencer will be a valued asset to IMEC. Welcome aboard [...]

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1372m Cable Lowering brought to life with Autodesk Showcase.

By |February 18th, 2016|News & Articles|

After the successful completion of one of Australia’s deepest cable lowering’s the team at IMEC thought it was important to go the extra mile by producing photo realistic presentations the client can then use for their own print & digital media, getting full value from this unique project.

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When working at heights

By |February 18th, 2016|News & Articles|

When working at heights, you want to know the mobile work platform your in is engineered to the relevant standards with an emphasis on safety. IMEC work baskets and design certifications give miners the safety assurance they need to carry out their work and return home safely. For Equipment design or certification contact the team [...]

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Europe’s Largest Zinc Mine.

By |February 18th, 2016|News & Articles|

We are excited to announce that IMEC have been awarded the phase 2 underground workshop expansion works at New Boliden’s Tara Mines.

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Multi-HV cable install in production shaft.

By |January 20th, 2016|News & Articles|

IME Consultants (IMEC) is pleased to announce the successful completion of a high voltage cable installation project near Mt Isa, Queensland. A total of four 240mm2 cables were successfully installed within a 960m deep production shaft terminating at substations located off various levels in the shaft to contribute to a site wide HV upgrade project. [...]

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What’s the future for EWP’s on mine sites?

By |September 8th, 2015|News & Articles|

IMEC recently completed the design and certification of a bespoke EWP to be used on South 32′s Boddington Bauxite mine. The EWP would be subject to thousands of hours of repetitive work so the design had to be robust as well as user friendly. The platform for the design was a 4WD Mercedes Sprinter selected [...]

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Welcome, Edward Sutoro!

By |August 18th, 2015|News & Articles|

We are delighted to welcome Edward Sutoro as our newly appointed Senior Structural Engineer. With 20 years experience in the mining industry and having worked on some of Australia’s top tier mine sites, Eddie’s knowledge and expertise from both Australian and Indonesian mines will be a great asset for IMEC. Welcome aboard Eddie!

The Human Touch: These Japanese Metalworkers Use Their Hands to Take 3D Printing to the Next Level

By |February 28th, 2015|News & Articles|

Japan is as technology rich as it is hydrocarbon poor. The country’s proven oil reserves stand at a measly 44 million barrels. (The U.S. holds nearly a thousand times more, or 36 billion.) The Niigata Prefecture, located some 200 miles northwest of Tokyo, is one of the few places in the… Full article: http://www.gereports.com/post/112062466570/the-human-touch-these-japanese-metalworkers-use

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3D printers to make human body parts? It’s happening

By |February 19th, 2015|News & Articles|

While printed parts for humans so far have used plastic, metal and other inorganic materials, researchers in California and elsewhere also have begun printing living tissue, with the goal of eventually employing ‘bioprinters’ to make customized kidneys, livers and other organs for people needing transplants.Tsuyoshi Takado, professor of the University of Tokyo Graduate School of [...]

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