The RenAM 500M is built using a Renishaw in house designed and manufactured optical system and control platform which forms the basis for our future additive manufacturing systems product range.
Powder sieving and recirculation are all carried out within the compact system automatically, reducing the need for manual handling and exposure to materials. This provides increased safety and sustained quality of the metal powders.
The large 19 inch robust touchscreen user interface, and machine control software has been designed to be intuitive. Based on a Windows® operating system with a dedicated user interface, large icons show the build set-up workflow for ease of navigation through the various process steps.
The patented high capacity dual SafeChange™ filter system enables builds to be run for long periods within a stable controlled atmosphere. The filters capture process emissions in a safe and efficient manner.
The intelligent control system actively senses the condition of the filter, and automatically redirects the gas circuit to the clean filter before the process conditions deteriorate. The user is then alerted to change the filter housing and replace the filter cartridge.
Find out more
To find out more about the Renishaw AM systems, contact your local Renishaw office.
Offline file and data preparation, plus process tools for high level users.
Renishaw offers a wide range of high quality metal powders for our AM systems.
Brochure: RenAM 500M industrial additive manufacturing system
RenAM 500M is Renishaw's first fully designed and engineered additive manufacturing system for industrial production[535kB]
Brochure: Metal additive manufacturing
A brochure describing the Renishaw metal additive manufacturing offering. Includes systems, software, materials, Solutions Centres, etc.[5.6MB]
Brochure: Safety in additive manufacturing
Just as with any other manufacturing technology, metal AM carries a number of identifiable risks that must be understood and managed. This guide offers insight into the areas company owners and managers must consider to ensure that AM is implemented in a safe way.[2.4MB]