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Renishaw is working with new mountain bike brand Atherton Bikes to produce additively manufactured titanium lugs for the company's bike frames.
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Renishaw brings quality additive manufacturing expertise to TCT Asia
From February 21st to 23rd 2019, global engineering technologies company Renishaw will showcase its leading additive manufacturing (AM) hardware and software at TCT Asia at the Shanghai Exhibition Center, China.
Atherton Bikes accelerates with Renishaw additive manufacturing
Global engineering company Renishaw is working with new mountain bike brand Atherton Bikes to produce additively manufactured titanium lugs for the company’s bike frames. The new brand was launched in January by the Atherton siblings, Gee, Rachel and Dan and co-founded by Piers Linney of Dragons’ Den fame.
Renishaw expands European reach of AM Solutions Centres
To accelerate the adoption of laser powder bed fusion for series production applications, engineering company Renishaw has expanded its global network of additive manufacturing (AM) Solutions Centres. New facilities in Barcelona, Spain and Torino, Italy are now operational to allow local companies to access Renishaw’s equipment and expertise at a fixed and predictable cost.
Renishaw and Sandvik power the future of metal additive manufacturing
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.