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  • Renishaw sponsors UK additive manufacturing event

    Robin Weston Marketing Manager Renishaw AMPD In a show of support for the additive manufacturing community, global engineering technology firm Renishaw is sponsoring an internationally renowned, knowledge transfer event focussed on production using additive layer-based technologies. The Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing International Conference, organised by the University of Nottingham, will be held at the Nottingham Belfry between the 7th and the 9th of July, 2015.

  • Crossing the Atlantic in RAPID time

    Simon Scott, Director and General Manager of Renishaw's Additive Manufacturing Products Division This month Renishaw will enjoy a significant presence at RAPID, the leading US trade exhibition for additive manufacturing and 3D printing, further demonstrating its commitment to the North American market.

  • The new home of additive manufacturing

    Robin Weston - Marketing Manager for Renishaw's Additive Manufacturing Products Division To help nurture sustained business growth, the Additive Manufacturing Products Division (AMPD) of global engineering company Renishaw has relocated to a larger, state-of-the art site in Stone, Staffordshire on March 23, 2015. The new, 90,000 sq ft, facility is on Brooms Road, Stone Business Park.

  • Materialise’s Renishaw Build Processor brings industry leading Magics software functions to the AM250 additive manufacturing system

    AM250 PlusPac™ Renishaw and Materialise are proud to announce the launch of the Renishaw Build Processor. Renishaw has collaborated with Materialise, a leading provider of additive manufacturing software and of sophisticated 3D printing solutions for medical and industrial markets.

  • The answers to your 3D printing questions

    Over 500 objects made using 3D printing can be seen at the MOSI exhibition, including the world's first bike with a 3D printed metal frame 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.

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