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  • Renishaw and Sandvik power the future of metal additive manufacturing

    Sandvik RenAM 500Q To strengthen the metal additive manufacturing (AM) industry, global engineering company Renishaw has initiated a collaboration with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing to supply the company with high productivity multi-laser RenAM 500Q systems, which will substantially increase Sandvik’s printing capacity.

  • Renishaw highlights the capabilities of productive AM at Formnext

    Multi-laser processing At Formnext 2018, global engineering company Renishaw will exhibit its additive manufacturing (AM) software and hardware products. Exhibiting in Hall 3.1 Stand E68, Renishaw will focus on high productivity additive manufacturing, without compromising quality.

  • Renishaw extends Paramatters collaboration for optimised lightweighting and automation of metal additive manufacturing

    Paramatters motorcycle bracket Global engineering company Renishaw is working with autonomous topology optimisation expert ParaMatters to introduce potential customers to efficiently manufacture metal parts.

  • Exploring the potential of multi-laser AM at Formnext

    Marc Saunders presentation To demonstrate the future of additive manufacturing (AM), Marc Saunders, Director of Global Solutions Centres at engineering technologies company Renishaw, is presenting at Formnext 2018, Messe Frankfurt, Germany. On Tuesday 13th November on the ‘TCT introducing’ stage from 11.30am, Saunders will explain how to radically improve productivity with multi-laser systems, without compromising on product quality.

  • Additive manufacturing – high productivity without compromise

    Marc Saunders - Director of Global Solutions Centres Global engineering company Renishaw returns to Formnext in 2018 to showcase that it is possible to significantly increase additive manufacturing (AM) productivity without compromising on quality. Since the launch of its four-laser RenAM 500Q system, Renishaw has developed extensive expertise in multi-laser applications in AM and established a deep understanding of how lasers interact with each other and the part.

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