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Renishaw announces new solutions centre partner and distributor for its additive manufacturing technology in China
Renishaw, a global manufacturer of metrology systems and metal 3D printing machines, is pleased to announce the signing of an agreement with FalconTech Co., Ltd. as a solutions centre partner and distributor for its additive manufacturing (AM) technology in China. Located in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, FalconTech is a technology and innovation company focusing on the rapid manufacturing of high performance components for aerospace, biomedical, marine, chemical and other engineering applications.
Renishaw standing tall at Develop 3D Live
Global engineering and technology company Renishaw returns to the Develop 3D Live event, taking place on March 28th, at Warwick University, UK. This year, Renishaw’s Software Training Coordinator, Suzanne Venables-Wood, will deliver a talk entitled ‘Standing Tall’, within the Materials track of the presentations in the Helen Martin theatre.
Renishaw installs its latest additive manufacturing system at CATEC
Renishaw, a global manufacturer of metal 3D printing machines, is pleased to announce that its RenAM 500M system has been installed at the Centre for Advanced Aerospace Technologies (CATEC) in Seville, Spain. It is the first installation of this new machine in the Iberian Peninsula.
Renishaw launches inaugural North American Additive Manufacturing Solutions Centre
Global engineering and technologies company, Renishaw, continues to develop its network of Additive Manufacturing Solutions Centres with its first North American Centre in Kitchener, Canada. This facility provides a secure development environment where customers can gain knowledge and confidence in using additive manufacturing technologies.
Industry collaboration progresses New Zealand additive manufacturing
High-tech company Rapid Advanced Manufacturing (RAM3D) in New Zealand has opened a new facility in Tauranga’s Tauriko Business Park, with the aim of making metal additive manufacturing more accessible to the Australian and New Zealand markets. RAM has been collaborating with global engineering technologies company Renishaw and, as a result, is using several AM250 metal additive manufacturing systems in its Tauranga facility.
- Renishaw announces new solutions centre partner in China
- Renishaw standing tall at Develop 3D Live
- Renishaw launches inaugural North American Additive Manufacturing Solutions Centre
- Building on QuantAM - 2017 software update
- Renishaw and Dassault Systèmes pool expertise for the integrated AM experience
- Industry collaboration progresses New Zealand additive manufacturing
- Renishaw additive manufacturing expertise revives Hawker Typhoon
- Renishaw supports Land Rover BAR at Portsmouth America’s Cup event
- The new name in additive manufacturing
- Blog post: How can you get the most from additive manufacturing?
- Blog post: Simplify your design and save weight using Additive manufacturing
- Everything in the right place
- Renishaw's additive manufacturing system to boost production capabilities at Directed Manufacturing
- Renishaw uncovers the value of additive for the manufacturing process chain at formnext 2016
- BLOODHOUND SSC
- Renishaw presents new additive manufacturing products at formnext 2015
- Renishaw promotes industrial applications of additive manufacturing
- Renishaw brings 3D printing expertise to Land Rover BAR Technical Innovation Group
- Renishaw lowers the entry barrier to metal 3D printing
- Making 3D printing plug and play
- Renishaw supports 3D printing exhibition at London Science Museum
- Swansea University invests in Renishaw's additive manufacturing technology
- Renishaw exhibits its additive manufacturing and vacuum casting expertise at TCT Show + Personalize
- Blog post: Chain of tools - creating a process chain for Additive Manufacturing
- Blog post: Additive impact part #1 - how Additive Manufacturing could disrupt your market
- Blog post: Additive impact part #2 - how AM could disrupt your market
- Blog post: How much can you recycle metal AM powder?
- Blog post: A 3D printed mountain bike that you can buy today!
- New research investment will shape aircraft of the future
- Renishaw’s EVO Project
- 3D printing builds success for Renishaw sponsored Moto2™ bike
- Renishaw opens new Additive Manufacturing Solutions Centre in India
- West Midlands MEP, Anthea McIntyre, visits Renishaw
- Renishaw showcases additive manufacturing expertise at Develop3D Live
- Renishaw to present and exhibit at TRAM 2015
- Renishaw 3D prints gift for HRH The Princess Royal
- Renishaw sponsors UK additive manufacturing event
- Crossing the Atlantic in RAPID time
- The new home of additive manufacturing
- Materialise’s Renishaw Build Processor
- The answers to your 3D printing questions
- Cardiff University invests in Renishaw additive manufacturing machine
- 3D printed luck
- Blog post: Making metal Additive manufacturing more accessible
- Blog post: Minimal manifolds - shedding more material & boosting performance
- Renishaw 3D printing technology increases Land Rover BAR's performance
- Renishaw installs its latest additive manufacturing system at CATEC