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IMechE recognition for Renishaw engineer
Global engineering company, Renishaw is celebrating the success of its CNC applications engineer, Tom Silvey, who received the Frederic Barnes Waldron award handed out by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). Silvey studied mechanical engineering at the University of South Wales and graduated with a First Class degree in 2016.
- Renishaw 3D printing technology increases Land Rover BAR's performance
Renishaw probing simplifies set-up of complex mould tools for BK Tooling
Toolmaking has always been the preserve of craftsmen; even with the arrival of complex CNC machine tools the skill of the toolmaker is still required. However, innovative technology such as Renishaw’s Primo™ probing system is a proventimesaver for even the most experienced toolmakers.
Renishaw hosts UK Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer for visit focused on research and development
The Prime Minister Theresa May and Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond visited Renishaw’s headquarters site near Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire, yesterday (24th November) for a tour of the company’s main research and development (R&D) facilities.
Pioneering additive manufacturing reshapes patient’s face
Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is changing and improving many traditional industries and processes. Healthcare is no exception with reconstructive surgery being particularly prominent. A horrific motorcycle accident left Stephen Power with multiple skull fractures that changed his life and meant he would require reconstructive surgery.
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