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  • Exploring the potential of multi-laser AM at Formnext

    Marc Saunders presentation To demonstrate the future of additive manufacturing (AM), Marc Saunders, Director of Global Solutions Centres at engineering technologies company Renishaw, is presenting at Formnext 2018, Messe Frankfurt, Germany. On Tuesday 13th November on the ‘TCT introducing’ stage from 11.30am, Saunders will explain how to radically improve productivity with multi-laser systems, without compromising on product quality.

  • Laser encoder improves accuracy of optical connector measurement

    柳下技研株式会社 RLE10 Integration of the Renishaw RLE10 laser encoder has enhanced machine alignment, installation and system stability. The positional accuracy of the YGN-590-MT multi-core optical connector inspection machine has been dramatically improved as a result, from 0.1 μm to 0.01 μm resolution.

  • Renishaw and Singapore Polytechnic collaborate to promote metal 3D printing

    Mr Loh Yew Chiong, Singapore Polytechnic (left) and Mr Steve Bell, Renishaw ASEAN (right) exchanging gifts Global engineering company Renishaw and Singapore Polytechnic (SP) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a partnership to encourage the use of additive manufacturing (AM) and to nurture the necessary talents to cope with the increasing use of metal 3D printing in the ASEAN region.

  • Additive manufacturing – high productivity without compromise

    Marc Saunders - Director of Global Solutions Centres Global engineering company Renishaw returns to Formnext in 2018 to showcase that it is possible to significantly increase additive manufacturing (AM) productivity without compromising on quality. Since the launch of its four-laser RenAM 500Q system, Renishaw has developed extensive expertise in multi-laser applications in AM and established a deep understanding of how lasers interact with each other and the part.

  • Advanced position encoders in photolithography

    Figure 1: silicon wafer under microscope Optical lithography has been widely used in the semiconductor industry and many other nanotechnology applications. High-throughput machines are required that keep pace with the demand for ever-decreasing device dimensions. Optical position encoders are constantly improving and are now a compact alternative to laser-interferometer systems in some cases.

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