The Rover machine, manufactured by Micro-X, based in Tonsley, South Australia, is being used in the global fight against COVID-19.
The Rover machine, manufactured by Micro-X, based in Tonsley, South Australia, is being used in the global fight against COVID-19.

Quickstep has received a follow-on order to supply 200 carbon fiber chassis housings used in a mobile x-ray machine.

The Rover machine, manufactured by Micro-X, based in Tonsley, South Australia, is being used in the global fight against COVID-19, according to the company.

The housings will be produced in Quickstep’s facility in Waurn Ponds, Victoria, utilising its Qure proprietary carbon fiber manufacturing process.

‘We are delighted to continue our relationship with Micro-X on this impressive product and welcome the ongoing trust placed in our team at Waurn Ponds,’ said Mark Burgess, CEO and of Quickstep. ‘There is real pride within the business that we are able to play a role in the Australian supply chain of this important medical equipment company.’

This story uses material from Quickstep, with editorial changes made by Materials Today.