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  • CMM retrofit reduces cycle time by up to 55%

    REVO measuring a cannon tube used in the locomotive industry After losing its 3-axis co-ordinate measuring machine (CMM) to a devastating flood, Precision Machine & Auto Components (PMAC) had to act fast to find an alternative solution. Renishaw’s REVO® 5-axis measurement system not only helped return a water-damaged CMM to operation, it also reduced cycle times by 55%.

  • Accuracy is everything

    Renishaw’s REVO-2 CMM head measuring a part at R. Busi Precision engineering for aerospace and automotive sectors demands a proactive approach to complex part verification. Italian subcontract manufacturer, R. Busi, made a strategic decision to move to 5-axis co-ordinate measuring machines (CMMs). Renishaw 5-axis measurement heads have enabled the company to meet the verification needs of increasingly complex part designs and deliver the tolerances and repeatability they demand.

  • New RFP fringe probe for the REVO 5-axis system at EMO 2019

    RFP1 fringe probe for the REVO-2 Renishaw will be showing a new extended range of surface finish measurement probe modules for use with its REVO® 5axis measurement system for CMMs, plus new functionality for MODUS metrology software – MODUS Planning suite, at EMO Hannover 2019.

  • Enhanced access capability for the REVO® 5-axis measurement system and new functionality for MODUS™ CMM metrology software at EMO 2019

    REVO 5-axis measurement banner Renishaw will be showing a new extended range of surface finish measurement probe modules for use with its REVO® 5axis measurement system for CMMs, plus new functionality for MODUS metrology software – MODUS Planning suite, at EMO Hannover 2019.

  • 50% faster turbine blade inspection

    PH20 inspecting AEREO – EMA’s multivanes Europea Microfusioni Aerospaziali (EMA), is part of the Rolls-Royce Group, a world leader in the manufacturing of propulsion systems for civil and military aircraft, ships, submarines and turbines for industrial energy production.

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