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  • How to grow your business strategically

      Small Business Victoria – How to grow your business strategically

  • Austech 2011

    Brad Drury, Managing Director of New Touch Laser & Director of New Touch Fabrications with John Conomos AO, former executive of the world-wide board of Toyota Japan and also former chairman of Toyota Australia at Austech 2011. Brad was fortunate enough to spend a very enjoyable informative 45 minutes chatting to John and getting advice … Continued

  • Welding & Fabrication

    Welding & Fabrication

    With all the technology available, the need for highly skilled tradesmen is still critical to the completion of quality custom components. If your parts require MIG or TIG welding, riveting, sanding or polishing, we have the capability to fabricate your product, regardless if it’s mild steel, stainless steel or aluminium. Welding to AS 1554 MIG … Continued

  • Knox Opportunity

    The innovative technology at New Touch Laser has been used in many large engineering and construction projects both internationally and within Australia. Read more from the Knox City Council  

  • News

    Brad with John Conomos AO

    Latest Industry News, Events and Updates… click here for NTI News  

  • AMT article

    New Touch Industries, laser cutting and fabrication specialists, are maximising their business growth and production efficiency through automation. Their TRUMPF large-scale storage system and TRUMPF laser cutting machine combination is providing their most efficient machinery set-up to date. See the full article here.

  • Robotic Welding

  • Business in Focus Article

    Laser cutting is not by any means only for high-tech products or esoteric materials. In fact, “It is highly competitive these days,” Brad explains, “and Melbourne has probably the most competitive laser-cutting environment in the whole world.” When he opened up for business there were only around 40 machines, and at that time that was … Continued