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  • High productivity machining cell showcases process control at IMTS 2016

    IMTS 2016 Renishaw, a world leader in precision engineering technologies, will be exhibiting its extensive range of metrology and additive manufacturing equipment at IMTS 2016 which takes place September 12-17 in Chicago, USA. Visitors to Renishaw's booth at E-5509 will also be able to see its new high productivity machining cell concept.

  • Renishaw gives 108 school students a taste for engineering

    Work Experience students 2016 Global engineering company Renishaw opened the doors of its Gloucestershire headquarters to 108 school students for work experience in July 2016. The students took on a series of engineering projects to get a taste of what a career in the field entails. The Renishaw work experience programme aims to inspire more young people to consider STEM careers.

  • New research investment will shape aircraft of the future

    Clive Martell, Head of Global Additive Manufacturing Innovative design approach to meet future demand for new aircraft. Renishaw is contributing its additive manufacturing expertise to a new £17.7 million project, being led by Airbus in the UK, to develop an innovative way of designing and manufacturing aircraft wings, which will encourage a “right first time approach” and reduce development time.

  • Using the C-ALS® borehole-deployable laser scanner to scan an inaccessible cellar network

    Fondasol laser scan Fondasol is a firm of consulting geotechnical engineers which advises constructors in the design of geotechnical structures and the study of soil-structure interactions. The company was contracted by the local town council to conduct a survey on a brownfield site in the 9th Century town of Schiltigheim in north eastern France.

  • Renishaw neuromate® robot and neuroinspire™ software installation at King’s College Hospital, London

    Renishaw neuromate robot with neurolocate module Renishaw is pleased to announce that a neuromate® stereotactic robot system and neuroinspire™ surgical planning software have been installed at one of London's largest and busiest teaching hospitals, King’s College Hospital.

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