Stihl Chainsaws Australia approached King’s Fibreglass to help develop a new shop display chainsaw which we worked on for several months to come up with an exact replica of the current Stihl chainsaw MS 661 on a larger scale. These chainsaws measure in at a massive 4 meters long, 1.5 meters high and 1.2 meters wide, with these chainsaws popping up all over the World no matter how many we manufacture your sure to agree that it still has a wow factor when you first look at it.
To see STIHL’S range of products please visit www.stihl.com.au.
King’s have been working with Nifty Lift to manufacture fibreglass insulated knuckle covers for Nifty Lift’s line of elevating work platforms. Nifty Lift are specialists in supplying Elevating Work Platform (EWP) and currently King’s also complete repairs to their existing fleet of trucks.
Hanson Displays were commissioned by the Victorian Racing Commission & Emirates to supply a 2 meter high Melbourne cup which was made by the team at King’s Fibreglass. The trophy was designed from the 100mm high gold Melbourne Cup replica that is used in barrier draws. With a set height we are able to make a pattern and mould of the cup to create the giant replica which exceeded their expectations. This cup is used every year at the Melbourne cup and is now an integral part of the racing carnival, the cup was first unveiled at Federation Square where the public were able to have their pictures taken with the trophy and channel 7 covered the story aswell.
King’s Fibreglass have proudly been manufacturing replica trophies on behalf of companies for years. This replica trophy was made for the Small Business Champions Awards which we have been a recipient of for 6 times. Trophy is a replica which can be made with a custom name plate for the specific winner.
King’s Fibreglass were tendered the contract by Classic Resources to produce the fibreglass components for the Australian Chamber of Moving Images Federation Square Melbourne’s permanent exhibition ‘Screen Worlds’. The story of Film, Television and Digital Cultures is played through the Emergence Tables, Micro Cinemas, Cinema Blobs and Special Windows at Federation Square which we manufactured. Checkout Classic Resources work at www.classicresources.com.au or for information on the Screen Worlds exhibition please visit www.acmi.com.au
King’s Fibreglass manufactures multiple size fan cowlings for Fantech, a leading international company who has been one of our original continuing customers. For more information on their range of products please visit www.fantech.com.au.
In industry, King’s Fibreglass manufactures fire tanks for Kidde Australia which place their equipment in commercial factories. The AF 120 MK2 Mobile Foam Unit is used throughout Australia and it is not uncommon to see 20-30 of them in one petroleum factory. To see the rest of the Kidde range visit www.kidde.com.au
King’s Fibreglass have made interactive touch screen computer kiosks for all Holden dealerships, these kiosks were produced due to the growing advancement in technology over the past decade. To see a range of services that can be provided please visit www.thecreativeones.com.au
Just as we produced interactive kiosks for Holden, Oceanic industries commissioned King’s Fibreglass to make an interactive kiosk with virtual reality interface capability to use for health purposes. Visit www.oceanicstudios.com.au for more details.
King’s Fibreglass produces a number of fibreglass components for the Volgren buses ranging from large complex bows and wheelchair access ramps to smaller spare parts such as light housing assemblies. To read more about the Volgren company please visit www.volgren.com.au
These fume cupboards manufactured for Conditionaire extract toxic fumes which are used in scientific laboratories. Our fume extractiors have been featured in the new Royal Children’s Hospital.
Mantric Architects commissioned King’s Fibreglass to produce a fully suspended fibreglass roof feature which we have nicknamed “The Bubble”. The roof is both a feature internally and externally at the new Sports and Aquatic Centre in Bentleigh East, the project is the councils biggest ever construction project which was completed with $41.2 million dollars of state and federal funding. If you are in the Bentleigh East area check out our enormous orange fibreglass “bubble” roof at the Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre.