News release: Renishaw Stonehouse – common sense manufacturing (pdf)

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“Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense.” – wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson in his essay ‘Art’, more than one hundred years before the Japanese were credited with introducing the concept of common sense to the ‘art’ of manufacturing. Common sense was also the inspiration behind Renishaw’s new Stonehouse machining facility, which astonishes the visitor with a simplicity and pragmatism that, despite Japan’s example, is still uncommon amongst western manufacturers.

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