The co-founders of global engineering company Renishaw plc, Sir David McMurtry and John Deer, have been honoured with the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Gloucester Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo Business Awards.
A female engineer who joined Renishaw as an apprentice aged just 16 has been shortlisted for a prestigious engineering industry award, which aims to banish outdated engineering stereotypes and help change the perception that engineering is only a career for men.
Renishaw, the precision metrology specialists, will be exhibiting at the GTMA’s Make Measurement Matter Roadshow 2014, on 16 October in the DW Stadium in Wigan. Renishaw will be showing its Equator™ versatile gauging system, and the PH20 5-axis probe head for co-ordinate measuring machines (CMMs).
Renishaw, the global engineering technologies company, will be exhibiting a range of its advanced engineering products at Northern Manufacturing, taking place in Event City, Manchester, UK, from 1 – 2 October 2014, including the Equator™ versatile gauge and of the company’s additive manufacturing systems.
The UK Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg has announced a new investment in 3D printing by Renishaw, the global engineering company. The decision by the company to create its first Indian additive manufacturing (metal 3D printing) technical centre in Pune was revealed by Mr Clegg on the final day of a trade delegation he has led to India.
Renishaw enjoyed a highly successful night at this year’s Gloucestershire Apprenticeship Awards ceremony held at Hatherley Manor, Gloucester on the 12th of June. After Renishaw won the Outstanding Contribution to Apprenticeships in Gloucestershire award, Eva Lily Fielding, an engineering apprentice with the company, won the top award of the evening – Apprentice of the Year.