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Foundry Tech: Brasses and Bronzes

In this newsletter, we are looking at Brasses and Bronzes. You’ll note that some brasses fall under bronzes, and vice versa. This is due to various naming conventions over the years. Brasses This is a broad term which is split into 4 subgroups,...

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Supporting our Local High School (DSHS)

As you may have previously read, White Industries provide on-going support to Dalby State High School and have recently eighteen Year 11, Cert II Manufacturing students from DSHS, came to the foundry to cast their very own jaffle irons. The...

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2021 Attendance Reward Ceremony

Each year White Industries rewards staff who have stayed healthy and had less than two days off sick for the year. To be eligible, staff must have been employed for the full 12 months and This year we had 17 staff receiving a voucher from local...

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Opinion: Climate Change

By Jim Stevenson Is anyone sick of hearing about climate change yet? Have your eyes glazed over? At least it is a change from COVID-19 news. Whether you believe in climate change or not, there will be consequences for all of us over the coming...

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BREAKING NEWS: Ipswich facility online

White Industries’ new Ipswich facility is now in operation. The new facility delivers a host of new capabilities for White Industries’ clients, with the large jobbing moulds up to 5m x 5m x 3m, castings up to 22T in iron and 7T in...

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Foundry Tech: Copper-based alloys

In this edition, we’ll begin exploring copper-based alloys. They are a widely used family that has been around since around 3300 BC. The copper family falls under the following main groups, which are further split into subgroups as different...

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Welcome Dave Berry

Hi, Dave Berry here. I’m the new Manufacturing Manager for the Ipswich site currently due to open on the 19th October. Here’s a quick rundown of my career to date. I started as an Apprentice Patternmaker back in the mid-80s at Thompsons, Kelly...

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When Railways Grow, the Country Grows

History shows that the arrival of the railway in many countries lead to unprecedented levels of prosperity and growth, with countries across the world opening up for trade and population growth thanks to development of rail networks. For more than a...

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Foundry Tech: Aluminium

Up till now, we’ve explored ferrous alloys, those based on the element Iron (Fe). In this article, we start exploring non-ferrous alloys with this article devoted to Aluminium (or Aluminum), or what some people refer to as “alloy”. Aluminium...

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A day in history: The establishment of White Industries, Dalby

The passion behind the rich history… Founder Bob White, as a boy, spent many hours in his dad’s work shed, creating things. Unlike his Dad, Bob’s passion was for metal, not wood. Bob got a five-year indentured apprenticeship as a Tool Maker at...

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