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  • Renishaw ramps up production of ventilator components

    Renishaw New Mills, Headquarters, Gloucestershire, UK Global engineering company, Renishaw, has started mass-producing critical components for medical ventilators, as part of a nationwide effort to support the NHS in the fight against Covid-19. The company has dedicated a significant part of its manufacturing sites in Gloucestershire and South Wales to produce precision-machined components for two different ventilators manufactured by the VentilatorChallengeUK consortium, with production at the sites now running seven days a week.

  • Biome makes waves with Renishaw's additive manufacturing expertise

    3D printed ocean turbine parts being made Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, has collaborated with the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) in Canada, to produce two ocean turbine parts using additive manufacturing (AM) for industrial design firm Biome Renewables.

  • Renishaw loans 30 schools 3D printers for a second year

    Simon Biggs, Education Outreach Officer, working with schools After a successful pilot year of its 3D printer loan scheme, where global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, loaned 30 local schools a 3D printer for three months, the company has continued the project for a second year.

  • Wotton Travel shortlisted for Top Travel Agency in the South West

    Wotton Travel team Wotton Travel, a wholly owned Renishaw company, has been shortlisted in the South West category for the Travel Trade Gazette’s TTG Top 50 Travel Agencies of 2020. The award ceremony, which celebrates excellence in the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands, will take place on April 30 at The Vox in Birmingham, UK.

  • Renishaw celebrates Bloodhound's South Africa test

    Bloodhound SSC South Africa A titanium nose tip and steering wheel additively manufactured by global engineering technologies company Renishaw has been used to optimise the supersonic car that aims to break land speed record in South Africa. Both parts were used in the Bloodhound SSC car that reached its benchmark target of 500 mph in the South African desert in November 2019.

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