A Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2015 in the Innovation category has been granted to Renishaw for the development and manufacture of its RESOLUTE™ family of non-contact, optical position feedback devices.
A new website showcasing 21st century British manufacturing is due to be launched next week (April 23rd) at a high-profile event in London. www.madeherenow.com, the brainchild of former Financial Times Manufacturing Editor Peter Marsh, is looking to tell the story of modern-day industry through a series of articles, stunning pictures and video on four exemplar companies.
Renishaw, a world leader in precision engineering technologies, will be exhibiting its extensive range of metrology equipment at Control 2015 which takes place in Stuttgart, Germany, from 5 – 8 May 2015. Products highlighted will include new software for the Equator™ flexible gauge which allows users to create simple gauging routines in minutes, new MODUS 2 metrology software suite which simplifies the programming of co-ordinate measuring machines (CMMs), and new developments for Renishaw’s web
Renishaw, the UK-based science and engineering technologies company and Young Engineers, the organisation devoted to encouraging careers in engineering, are for the third consecutive year running a competition that will enable 6 young people to experience a unique week-long insight into engineering-based organisations.
FTSE listed British engineering company Renishaw has been featured in the 2015 edition of Guinness World Records for manufacturing the world’s first 3D printed titanium alloy bicycle frame. The project was completed in collaboration with British bike manufacturer Empire Cycles.
Further to the recent announcement that the Euromold trade exhibition will not continue to be held annually at Frankfurt Messe, Renishaw has made the decision to showcase its major additive manufacturing product launches at Formnext. This new exhibition, powered by TCT, takes place in Frankfurt from 24th-27th November 2015.
The Additive Manufacturing Products Division of Renishaw is reaping the benefits of the company's specialised internal training scheme, called the Applications Academy. Divisions of the global engineering firm are snapping up programme graduates as fast as they can complete the intense training.
Renishaw, the global engineering technologies company, has renewed its sponsorship of The Big Bang Fair as part of its ongoing commitment to develop the UK's next generation of engineers and scientists.
The skills gap in UK engineering has taught us a valuable lesson: there is no such thing as quick fix. British engineering will only progress through sustained collaborative efforts, consistency and a cultural shift.
Apprentice schemes have existed for many years and in many forms; they can range from simply spending a year with a company who provide specific on the job training, through to more systematic organised schemes which see the apprentice gaining formal qualifications within the chosen field over a 2 to 4 year period. With such a wide choice it can be a daunting task for any young person to make that decision to go down the path of an apprenticeship rather than the traditional route of A-levels and
Rhydian Pountney, Renishaw’s General Manager – ROW Sales Division, will co-chair the Technology Collaborations in Advanced Engineering Working Group of the annual India-UK Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) which takes place in London on 19th January.
Lucy Ackland, a project manager working on Renishaw’s next generation metal 3D printing machine, was awarded the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) Prize at the IET’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year awards ceremony held in London, UK, during December.