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  • TransFIORmers gather speed with Renishaw additive manufacturing sponsorship

    TransFIORmers motorcycle side profile Global engineering technologies company Renishaw has renewed its sponsorship of French Moto2™ team, TransFIORmers. In partnership with I3D Concept and Renishaw, the team has used additive manufacturing to improve the performance of its Moto2™ bike.

  • Renishaw will attend the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting 2018

    Osseointegration_implant_build_plate Global engineering and healthcare technologies company, Renishaw, is attending the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. Renishaw will be exhibiting a range of prototype orthopaedic implants additively manufactured (3D printed) in titanium on Renishaw’s healthcare-optimized additive manufacturing (AM) systems.

  • Pioneering productivity in additive manufacturing

    Additive component made on a RenAM 500Q To improve additive manufacturing productivity and lower cost per part, Renishaw has launched its latest system, the RenAM 500Q. Featuring four 500 W lasers, the compact machine will greatly improve productivity in the most commonly used platform size, to bring the benefits of additive manufacturing to a wider range of industries.

  • Furthering the industry at Formnext 2017

    RenAM 500Q front no shadow At Formnext 2017, global engineering company, Renishaw, demonstrated its capabilities as an additive manufacturing industry leader. The company launched its new four-laser system, the RenAM 500Q, which improves productivity up to four times without increasing platform size. The company also introduced visitors to InfiniAM Spectral and InfiniAM Central, process monitoring technologies that help manufacturers develop consistent processing.

  • Renishaw AM technology helps Swinburne electric car to best-ever Formula SAE result

    3D printing the wheel centres Metal additive manufacturing technology from Renishaw has helped a team of students from Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, to the University’s highest overall score in the latest Formula SAE competition.

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