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  • PAL Robotics integrates encoder technology into biped humanoid to achieve balance

    PAL Robotics REEM-C waving at camera Imagine a world where robot companions improve your productivity at work or carry your bags at the airport. Spanish company PAL Robotics designs and manufactures highly advanced humanoids and service robots for a multitude of applications. Learn how Renishaw's magnetic encoders give PAL Robotics' REEM-C biped robot the ability to walk like a human.

  • Encoders hold the key to ultra-accurate motion control

    RLE installation and alignment Aerotech, continuing its commitment to the art and science of motion control, looks to Renishaw for versatile, high-precision laser interferometer encoders for its medical stages.

  • See the latest Renishaw and RLS products as well as live demonstrations at SPS Drives and Controls 2017

    Functional safety RESOLUTE FS (square) Renishaw, the global engineering technologies firm, and associate company RLS will be exhibiting at the 2017 SPS Drives and Controls trade show from 28—30 November 2017 in the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre, Germany. Visitors will discover the latest Renishaw and RLS products on stand 231 in Hall 4A. A range of live demos and static exhibits will show an array of products including the RESOLUTE™ FS encoder, VIONiC™ digital encoder and the new 2nd generation AksIM™ off-axis rotary encoder.

  • 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.

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