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  • Renishaw raises £4,000 for charity Wrong Trousers Day

    Wrong Trousers 2018 On June 29th, 2018, employees at Gloucestershire-based engineering technologies company Renishaw raised over £4,000 for charity by supporting Wrong Trousers Day. On the day, employees ditched their usual workwear in favour of weird and wacky trousers to raise money for The Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital charity. Renishaw is also supporting The Grand Appeal’s Gromit Unleashed 2 trail as a Trailblazer and has designed and manufactured an interactive sculpture for the trail, known as

  • New multi-axis periscope enables six degrees of freedom measurements of XY stages

    RMAP-3A multi-axis periscope Renishaw’s new multi-axis periscope (RMAP) is designed to enable six degrees of freedom measurements in XY stage applications, utilising the performance from the RLD10-X3-DI interferometer head, to accurately measure pitch, yaw and roll.

  • Renishaw consolidates its VIONiC™ series encoder family

    VIONiC encoder series Renishaw announces the extension of the VIONiC™ encoder product range and its performance enhancement. The VIONiC encoder is now available in resolutions down to 2.5 nm with enhanced Sub-Divisional error (SDE) across the product range.

  • Renishaw to demonstrate its latest additive manufacturing solutions at IMTS

    Renishaw external powder silo At the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), global engineering technologies company Renishaw will exhibit its additive manufacturing software and systems from a dedicated booth, in addition to its booth focused on metrology products. From September 10 - 15, 2018, McCormick Place, Chicago, USA, the company will showcase how it is advancing multi-laser technology to increase productivity in additive manufacturing.

  • Renishaw improves consistency in additive manufacturing

    Image InfiniAM Spectral screen shot-3D data reveal To allow additive manufacturing (AM) users a greater understanding of their processes, Renishaw has developed new process monitoring software, InfiniAM Spectral, for use on Renishaw systems. After its successful launch at formnext 2017, Renishaw released the software package to help manufacturers overcome the barriers to AM in critical applications, process stability and part quality.

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