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  • Interactive Gromitronic unleashed in Bristol

    Gromitronic Tens of thousands of people are this summer visiting Renishaw’s Gromitronic, one of the ground-breaking interactive sculptures featured in the first interactive trail of its kind, Gromit Unleashed 2. Organised by The Grand Appeal, the 67-sculpture trail is raising money for Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol. Renishaw’s interactive Gromit can be found at M Shed in Bristol until Sunday September 2nd, 2018.

  • Additively manufactured styli

    AM curved Revo stylus Global engineering technologies company Renishaw is introducing additively manufactured styli to its comprehensive styli range. By using additive manufacturing (AM), also known as metal 3D printing, Renishaw can offer complex turn-key styli solutions which cannot be produced using traditional manufacturing techniques.

  • National award shortlist for Wotton Travel’s youngest employee

    Rachel Ball, Leisure Travel Consultant, WTL Rachel Ball, Leisure Travel Consultant at Wotton Travel, a wholly owned Renishaw company, has been shortlisted for the Travel Trade Gazette’s TTG Travel Awards Young Travel Agent of the Year accolade. The final will be held at the Lyceum Theatre in London, UK on September 17th, with an after party at the Savoy Hotel.

  • Renishaw’s graduate scheme earns national recognition

    Graduate scheme away day 2016 At the 2018 JobCrowd Awards, global engineering company Renishaw was named first in the UK engineering and manufacturing sector for companies taking over 30 graduates a year. The company was also placed 42nd overall in the top 100 graduate schemes for all sectors. Renishaw offers eight graduate pathways, which can lead to global career prospects at all levels.

  • Renishaw and Bristol Music Trust bring music to engineering

    Why Renishaw banner Global engineering company Renishaw has teamed up with the Bristol Music Trust charity to combine science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and music education for children in Bristol, UK. As part of the collaboration, Renishaw is demonstrating the role that fun and creativity plays in engineering by supporting Beat Lab, an interactive music-tech initiative. The company is also supporting the Trust’s ‘Transform the Hall’ project by sponsoring an education room.

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