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EMO Hannover 2017

We exhibited our extensive range of metrology and additive manufacturing systems on two stands at EMO Hannover 2017. To see the latest innovations that were shown, inclusing videos of the stands, please visit our EMO media hub.

  • 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 strengthens education outreach programme

    Working with schools at our education facility at Renishaw, South Wales To support its popular education outreach programme, global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, has launched a new dedicated section of its website. Aimed at parents, teachers and school students in South Gloucestershire, Bristol and South Wales, the area gives information about its on-site workshops and educational facilities, which aim to get young people involved in engineering.

  • Bernese Mountain Dog receives 3D printed titanium implant

    Bernese Mountain Dog implant A truly international effort, involving input from Germany, Canada and the UK has seen additive manufacturing (AM), also known as metal 3D printing, used to great effect to help save a Canadian family’s dog. In a recent procedure, Renishaw helped to produce an implant designed by Voxelmed in Germany that was fitted in Canada, to replace the hard tissue lost due to tumour removal.

  • On-machine user interface boosts productivity of mould base manufacturing

    GM Enterprise operator using the Renishaw on-machine GUI The market for mould base assemblies used in plastic injection moulding is changing. Plastic part makers are producing increasing varieties of short-run products in all kinds of different sizes, shapes and finish – each requiring a custom-made mould base. As a leader in precision mould base manufacture, GM Enterprise needed to ramp up its production throughput to meet rapidly rising customer demand.

  • Renishaw and Identify3D collaborate to enable secure digital manufacturing

    RenAM 500M Renishaw, a world leader in metrology and additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, and Identify3D, a leader in software for the digital supply chain, are pleased to announce a collaboration to offer an end-to-end, secure digital manufacturing process.

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