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  • Renishaw supports Future Brunels educational programme

    Renishaw supports Future Brunels educational programme Leading engineering and scientific technology company, Renishaw, supports the pioneering Future Brunels programme developed by the ss Great Britain Trust. The five-year rolling programme selects a group of talented and motivated pupils to work on science and engineering based projects and find innovative solutions to real-world problems. The ultimate aim of the project is to encourage the participants to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

  • Optical encoders and LiDAR scanning

    LiDAR scanning in action (no text) Many of the world’s leading LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) manufacturers have developed vehicular LiDAR laser scanning systems, with Renishaw’s high-performance optical encoders onboard, to provide precise and accurate co-ordinate measurement data for the purposes of road infrastructure mapping and surveying.

  • Renishaw unveils the new XM-60 multi-axis calibrator

    XM-60 multi-axis calibrator on a machine Renishaw, the world-leading metrology specialist, will exhibit its new XM-60 multi-axis calibrator at IMTS 2016, Chicago, USA and AMB 2016, Stuttgart, Germany. The XM-60 is capable of measuring all six degrees of freedom from a single set-up, in any orientation for linear axes. It offers significant improvement in simplicity and time saving over conventional laser measurement techniques.

  • Health and wellbeing award for Renishaw collaboration

    Health and wellbeing award for Renishaw collaboration Additive-manufacture for Design-led Efficient Patient Treatment (ADEPT), a project that enables the widespread use of 3D printing to produce bespoke maxillofacial implants, has won the Health and Wellbeing category at The Engineer magazine’s Collaborate to Innovate Awards held on September 7th, 2016. The collaborative project draws on the academic and industrial expertise of several UK partners, including global engineering and scientific technology company Renishaw.

  • Additively manufactured trophy for Art Couture Painswick winner

    Chris Pockett presents the 'Simply the Best' award to Vikki Lafford Garside at the Art Couture Painswick Festival 2016 Global engineering company Renishaw has supported the Art Couture Painswick Festival, which took place on July 17th, 2016, by sponsoring the overall ‘best in show’ award. Independent designer Vikki Lafford Garside who scooped this year’s Simply the Best award with her underwater-themed wearable art design and was presented with an ornate additively manufactured trophy. The stunning titanium Venetian mask, designed by product artist Lionel Theodore Dean will be displayed alongside the winning out

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