From the latest in 3D printers to jet packs, the best and brightest of New Zealand's manufacturing sector is on display in Christchurch this week.
Among them is a local company with an invention it hopes will revolutionise search and rescue operations.
Graham Tully's latest creation is an unmanned aerial vehicle which he says cannot be compared to the cheap toys on sale. He plans to eventually market to agencies overseas, such as the US Coast Guard.
Mr Tully is just one of more than 100 exhibitors at the two-day SouthMACH Expo, which showcases the latest in what manufacturers and engineers have to offer.
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