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The answers to your 3D printing questions

The additive manufacturing division of Renishaw has collaborated with the Manchester Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) on a free exhibition that will debunk myths about 3D printing. The exhibition celebrates this exciting new technology and explores how it is being used in applied fields, including medicine, manufacturing and aerospace. The exhibition called 3D: Printing…

Renishaw’s new pioneering encoder boldly goes into space

Renishaw, the global metrology specialist, has reached another milestone in the application of its technology by deploying products in space for the first time. The European Space Agency’s Sentinel-1A satellite was launched from the European spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, on April 3rd 2014, with Renishaw’s new space-encoder technology installed on the advanced Optical Communications…

Renishaw to focus on measurement ‘thermal insensitivity’ at Advanced Engineering 2014

Renishaw the global engineering technologies company will be exhibiting at Advanced Engineering 2014, within the Aero Engineering section. In hall 5, on stand D5, visitors to the exhibition will be able to see a range of Renishaw’s products, including Equator™, the ‘thermally insensitive’ gauging system for shop floor inspection, as well as the company’s additive…

Renishaw to exhibit at Northern Manufacturing 2014

Renishaw, the global engineering technologies company, will be exhibiting a range of its advanced engineering products at Northern Manufacturing, taking place in Event City, Manchester, UK, from 1 – 2 October 2014, including the Equator™ versatile gauge and of the company’s additive manufacturing systems. Visitors to stand B46 will be able to see Equator is…

Renishaw to highlight additive manufacturing system upgrade at TCT 2014

Renishaw, the UK’s only manufacturer of a metal based additive manufacturing (metal 3D printing) machine will be exhibiting at TCT 2014 from 30 September – 2 October. On show at stand F22 will be a range of products, including the new PlusPac™ upgrade for its AM250 additive manufacturing machine, a range of vacuum casting systems,…

Renishaw HS20 laser encoder provides long term support for critical applications

With many HS10s sold in the 1990s coming to the end of their serviceable lives, Renishaw has shown its commitment to this market through the introduction of the new HS20.  This is a ‘drop-in’ replacement for the existing HS10 product, essential for existing users to minimise installation issues.  Inside, the product is totally revised, using…

Renishaw fixtures: the new single source for metrology fixturing

The new range offers a wide choice of base plates and components available in M4, M6 and M8 thread sizes, and can be utilised for measurement applications across multiple industries, such as aerospace, automotive and medical. Renishaw CMM fixtures offer a wide range of base plates made from cast aluminium and coated with NiTuff hard…

Royal interest in metal 3D printing

During his visit, in support of the International Festival of Business, the Duke was shown two Renishaw additive manufacturing (metal 3D printing) machines recently supplied by the company to the University’s School of Engineering and discussed the increasing applications for this exciting technology. During his visit The Duke of York met representatives from Renishaw’s Additive…

Powerful suite of high performance blade measurement and analysis tools

All products complement the multi-award winning REVO® 5-axis measurement system and include APEXBlade™ planning software for REVO sweep scanning and DMIS programming, MODUS™ airfoil analysis for the calculation and reporting of blade section profile and airfoil characteristics, and SurfitBlade™ to aid reverse engineering of the complete airfoil. Historically blades have been measured in sections due…