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  • Sandvik and Renishaw collaborate to qualify new AM materials

    Sandvik metal 3D printing Global engineering company, Renishaw, is collaborating with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing to qualify new additive manufacturing (AM) materials for production applications. This encompasses a broad range of metal powders, including new alloy compositions that are optimised for the laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) process and which provide superior material properties.

  • Renishaw launches new software to improve additive manufacturing (AM) quality

    InfiniAM Sonic Software At Formnext 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany (the leading global exhibition and conference on additive manufacturing), Renishaw launched InfiniAM™ Sonic acoustic process monitoring software to complement its InfiniAM suite of additive manufacturing (AM) monitoring tools. InfiniAM Sonic enables engineers to detect acoustic events within the AM build chamber and turn this data into useful information about build quality. The software is the first of its kind in the AM industry.

  • Renishaw Director honoured with engineering Fellowship

    Gareth Hankins Professor Gareth Hankins, Director – Group Manufacturing Services Division, at Renishaw, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng). The Academy’s Fellowship represents the UK’s best engineering researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, business and industry leaders.

  • Renishaw expands range of encoders for Functional Safety

    RESOLUTE and TONIC FS encoders Renishaw launches new encoders for functional safety applications at SPS IPC Drives Nuremberg (Germany). Please visit stand 231 to talk to our experts about the TONiC™ FS incremental encoder and the RESOLUTE™ FS with BISS® Safety absolute encoder.

  • Real-time monitoring for additive manufacturing (AM) at Formnext 2019

    Manifold AM part for the Brunel University race team As Formnext, the leading global exhibition and conference on additive manufacturing (AM), approaches, global engineering company, Renishaw, is preparing to showcase its AM technologies in Frankfurt, Germany. On Wednesday, 20 November at 3:30 to 3:45 pm, Renishaw will be on the TCT Introducing Stage in Hall 11 to present its real-time process monitoring systems for AM.

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