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Renishaw
New Mills
Wotton-under-Edge
GL12 8JR
UK
[t] +44 (0) 1453 524478
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Renishaw is a FTSE 250 listed global engineering company. The company specialises in measurement, motion control, spectroscopy and precision machining. Renishaw is well known for its industrial metrology products, which are used in applications for machine tool automation, co-ordinate metrology, gauging, machine calibration and position feedback, but in recent years has diversified into areas such as metal 3D printing, CAD/CAM dentistry, additive manufacturing, large scale surveying, stereotactic neurosurgery, and medical diagnostics.



 



 


Additive manufacturing for industrial use
28 November, 2014
Renishaw is unveiling the machine that it is developing specifically for production manufacturing. Provisionally named EVO Project, it is the first additive manufacturing system designed and engineered in-house at Renishaw. At Euromold 2014, which took taking place between 25 and 28 November in Frankfurt, the Renishaw stand featured an EVO Project machine, as well as an AM250 system and an AM250 fitted with the PlusPac upgrade.
Laser melting and its role in additive manufacturing
08 November, 2012
Renishaw’s laser melting technology has the power to unlock the full commercial and technical advantages offered by Additive Manufacturing.
Renishaw scales facilitate micro-machining research
04 November, 2004
Special equipment has recently been installed at the University of Southampton by Ionoptika, for research into one of the most demanding of applications; micro-machining.
 
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