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Renishaw helps AM industry to grow at AMUG 2019
Leading metal additive manufacturing (AM) innovator, Renishaw is exhibiting at the 2019 AMUG conference in Chicago, USA, where it will showcase high-quality parts to the global additive manufacturing community to demonstrate what is possible with productive multi-laser AM. From March 31st to April 4th, 2019, the company can be found on stand D14 showcasing components from the aerospace, automotive, medical and marine industries, as well as consumer technology.
Renishaw inspires the future of multi-laser AM at AMUG conference
From March 31st to April 4th, 2019, global engineering technologies company Renishaw returns to the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference. Hosted at the Hilton Chicago in Illinois, USA, the event will bring together additive manufacturing (AM) users from all over the world and provide a platform to share knowledge.
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.