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  • Renishaw and RLS help to drive a robot revolution

    Ulrich Kerber, Head of industrial drives at TQ-RoboDrive TQ-RoboDrive manufactures a range of hollow shaft motors for collaborative robots. This case study explores how RLS, in conjunction with Renishaw, has adapted the AksIM™ encoder to meet the new challenging form factors and performance requirements of TQ-RoboDrive as they work to make advanced cobots a reality.

  • National award recognises Renishaw employee's commitment to STEM outreach

    Stephen Pickles STEM Inspiration Awards In November 2019, at the STEM Inspiration Awards, Stephen Pickles, Process Development Technician at global engineering technologies company Renishaw, won the Inspirational Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Technician Award. Pickles, who works at the company’s Miskin site in South Wales, was praised for his dedication to STEM education outreach.

  • In-house metrology increases machine tool uptime by 20%

    Лазерная интерферометрическая измерительная система XL-80 With machine tools resources failing outside of their warranty periods and 3-week long waits for external service engineer visits, Omsk State Technical University had to act quickly to protect its teaching, research and industry support services. The introduction of Renishaw’s XL-80 laser interferometer and QC20-W ballbar systems did more than just provide the technical solution the University needed.

  • Substrate mastered encoder scale for laser cutting machine

    Laser cutting machine application Laser cutting is used across industries ranging from aerospace to civil construction. This article explores how Renishaw’s substrate mastered linear encoder scales, such as RKL, might be used in a fibre laser cutting application where a laser is used to precisely cut large sheets or plates of metal.

  • QC20-W Ballbar system boosts confidence in pre-owned machine tool sales

    U-MACHINE engineer making precision measurements Any company buying a used machine tool needs to be certain of its ability to deliver the accuracy demanded by its manufacturing process. For many companies, pre-purchase condition-checking by a certified machine inspector and thorough static accuracy measurements are not enough. More rigorous dynamic accuracy measurements are also needed. Machine tool seller U-MACHINE adopted a Renishaw QC20-W ballbar system to provide its customers with the additional analysis they required.

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