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  • Renishaw and Aerotech Ltd to host joint seminar on miniaturisation in motion and control

    aerotech RSS image Miniaturisation in Motion and Control, hosted by Renishaw and Aerotech Ltd, will be held at Renishaw's Innovation Centre at its headquarters in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, UK. The seminar will take place on Tuesday September 12th 2017 ...

  • Renishaw launches new faster variant of its RGH24 encoder

    New faster RGH24 Renishaw has now launched a new variant of the RGH24 to support the latest in state-of-the-art manufacturing. This enhanced encoder has the same form and fit as the original RGH24 and may be used as a drop-in-replacement. The new encoder offers an expanded range of clocking options, which allow much higher speeds to be achieved.

  • Renishaw’s ATOM™ miniature encoder offers enhanced design flexibility with new PCB interface

    ATOM ACI PCB - RSS image Renishaw’s miniature encoder ATOM is now available with the new ACI PCB interface, offering enhanced design flexibility for space constrained applications in an easy to install PCB-mountable package.

  • Flora Digital prints with Renishaw's optical encoders

    RGS40-P gold tape scale on Flora Digital linear motor setup (cropped) Flora Digital, a brand name of Shenzhen Runtianzhi Digital Equipment Co Ltd (SRDEC), specialises in wide-format inkjet technology for the commercial print industry. Since their beginning, they have used Renishaw’s RGH41 encoders and RGS40-P gold tape scales on multiple axes to ensure the highest levels of print performance.

  • Renishaw’s new VIONiC™ encoder offers unparalleled performance

    VIONiC digital all-in-one encoder series Renishaw, a world-leading metrology specialist, recently launched the VIONiC series, a new family of ultra-high accuracy, super-compact all-in-one digital incremental encoders. Applications which benefit most from VIONiC are those requiring the highest levels of motion control precision, specifically micro-manufacturing, micro-positioning and precision optics manufacture. This article explores the important role of high-performance encoder systems in these applications.

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