Optical encoders case studies
See how others have trusted Renishaw optical encoders.
Renishaw’s RESOLUTE series of absolute encoders now supports SYMÉTRIE’s Ground Integration and Calibration Support (GICS) and Interferometry Assembly Detection Electronics Assembly (IA DEA) hexapods, designed for two types of advanced component validation testing in the manufacture of the Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) weather satellites, due for launch from 2019.
Thorlabs designs and manufactures a wide array of photonics equipment: it selected the TONiC series to equip both the Thorlabs DDS600 600 mm long travel stage and the MLS203 microscope stage, as the Renishaw encoders outperformed the competition in every test and have enabled to deliver high-performance motion control products that customers can depend upon.
Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI ) has addressed the multi-axial machine tool technology trend by developing an advanced dual-axis rotary table, with integrated Renishaw RESOLUTE absolute rotary encoders and Panasonic serial communication protocols for direct interfacing with Panasonic drives/controllers.
A continuous product development cycle, horizontal organisational structure and streamlined range of model sizes have made COORD-3 a global CMM brand. Renishaw supplies a wide-range of precision metrology products to COORD-3 and both companies benefit from a long-standing and successful partnership.
Instron has just launched an advanced bi-axial variant of the ElectroPuls™ E3000 All-Electric test instrument. Renishaw’s RESOLUTE™ is the only absolute optical encoder to support ElectroPuls controllers and satisfy all other criteria - while offering linear resolutions of 1 nm and speeds beyond 20 m/s.
Major smartphone manufacturers are now in a race to enhance their camera capabilities in order to attract new customers. Taiwan’s UMA Technology Inc (UMA) develops optical testing equipment for industry to provide accurate, rapid and reliable lens error detection schemes.
The world’s No.1 semiconductor assembly & packaging equipment manufacturer benefits from Renishaw’s innovative products
ASM Pacific Technology Ltd (ASMPT), the world’s largest supplier of wafer assembly and packaging equipment for the semiconductor industry, aims to offer complete factory automation solutions and satisfy customers’ needs through its innovative and cost-effective products.
Power Plus - Virtual Reality - The beauty of vision technology with the accuracy and repeatability of Renishaw encoders
Power Plus offers high precision camera positioning for virtual reality technology in the broadcasting industry, with the help of Renishaw’s optical and magnetic encoders to support accuracy and repeatability.
Amicra - Reliable positioning without a reference run improves process reliability, reduces unproductive time and prevents expensive crash
Renishaw’s RESOLUTE™ encoder is an innovative, true-absolute measuring system that guarantees maximum process reliability for precision assembly systems used in the micro-electronics and micro-optics industries.
Han’s Laser – world class laser equipment manufacturer chooses Renishaw RGH24 series incremental encoder system
Han’s Laser Group is a global leader in the design and manufacture of professional laser equipment and supplies more than 10 000 laser markers, cutters, welders and engravers every year to highly demanding international customers including Nokia and Volkswagen.
The massive KMT Lidköping VTG4000 grind-turn machine enables high precision wind turbine bearing production on a very large scale, with Renishaw encoders critical to accurate and rapid operation.
New state of the art air bearing gantry system features Renishaw’s high-performance incremental encoder
Motion system designers usually face a compromise between speed and accuracy, yet Steinmeyer-FMD’s new precision, multi-axis air bearing gantry system overcomes this dilemma with the help of Renishaw’s high-performance TONiC™ optical incremental encoder.
How fuel efficient is a commercial airliner? The honeycomb seal-ring has been proven to optimise the fuel efficiency of aero-engines, but the measurement of these seals present difficult engineering challenges. Now, HAESL has solved this challenge by incorporating Renishaw’s TONiC incremental linear and rotary (angle) encoders within its new optical Seal Ring Measurement System (SRMS).
By virtually every measure of comparison the Airbus A380 ‘Superjumbo’ is the largest commercial airliner in the world. But building such a behemoth calls for some highly innovative technologies that depend upon Renishaw’s RG4 linear encoder systems for positioning accuracy.
Known for its nano-motion stages for biomedical, semiconductor and photovoltaic applications, ALIO Industries depends on Renishaw encoders for the accuracy and repeatability needed to drive its True Nano™ motion system solutions.
ABTech Manufacturing creates five-axis platform for nanometer/sub-arc second processing around its ultra-precision air bearings and Renishaw's SiGNUM position encoders.
A revolutionary mobile phone antenna has been developed by UK company Sarantel, based on the company's patented PowerHelix™ technology. When other conductors or the user’s hand or head are next to the antenna, performance is completely unaffected, unlike conventional antennas. The unique manufacturing process uses a special purpose machine from Finnish company Citam Assembly Automatics Oy, fitted with Renishaw linear encoders to give very high accuracy.
MYDATA is one of the world’s leading developers and suppliers of pick and place machines for the electronic industry, set apart from other manufacturers by the flexibility and fast change-over their machines offer. Their new generation of large-board machines has broken new ground, with recently integrated Renishaw linear encoders being key to the performance.
The digital age has led to a quantum leap in astrophotography, making even the furthest galaxies accessible to professional astronomers and observatories. Now, thanks to Astrosysteme Austria (ASA), helped by Renishaw technologies, even keen amateurs can observe and photograph these remote solar systems at an affordable price.