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Renishaw to showcase its latest AM solutions for the factory of the future at IMTS 2022

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RenAM metal AM solutions for the factory of the future
Above: RenAM metal AM solutions for the factory of the future/Source: Renishaw

Renishaw, a global engineering technologies company, announced that it will exhibit its latest end-to-end additive manufacturing or AM solutions for the factory of the future at the upcoming International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) at McCormick Place in Chicago from September 12th to 17th, 2022. Renishaw will demonstrate how manufacturers can use the latest metrology and manufacturing equipment to digitalize their processes across three booths.

Additionally, in a separate booth at the event, it will showcase its legacy competencies so that visitors can discover the benefits of part measurement, machine calibration, and motion control at the quality assurance.

AM Solutions for the Factory of the Future

Renishaw believes that its AM solutions for factory of the future will assist businesses in building a better tomorrow. Renishaw will highlight how manufacturers can benefit from using AM in the manufacturing process in a separate booth. By displaying its additive manufacturing systems, such as the RenAM 500Q and 500S. Both systems include high-power 500W lasers with precise and accurate capabilities in one or four lasers to reduce build time.

Visitors to booth 135509 can learn about the latest Renishaw technologies for part measurement, machine calibration, and quality assurance. Renishaw, for example, will demonstrate the latest version of its XK10 alignment laser system software, which allows users to perform point-to-point parallelism measurements, at IMTS. The stand will also feature a variety of modular metrology fixturing to securely hold parts on coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), Renishaw EquatorTM gauging systems and vision systems, as well as new, ultrasonic thickness measurement using the multi-sensor REVO® system, as demonstrated on aerospace components.

“Attending IMTS enables visitors to realize our vision in action – how we enable the factory of the future today. Our innovative manufacturing technologies and expertise deliver on manufacturing precision, productivity, and practicality.”

– Denis Zayia, President at Renishaw Inc.

He continued, “Renishaw is about to celebrate a significant milestone of supporting our customers for 50 years. As a world class manufacturer ourselves, we have faced the same manufacturing challenges as many of our customers. In those 50 years we have been able to overcome by implementing innovative strategies and products developed in house. Our consultative approach with customers allows us to share those experiences and offer them new perspectives.”

Renishaw is also participating in the Student Summit, a collection of educational booths to encourage students to pursue engineering. Renishaw’s Equator™ gauge is used by National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) to demonstrate rapid gauging results. Renishaw offers educational materials on quality assurance in manufacturing. Students who learn about engineering technologies in person can make informed career and specialisation decisions. Exposing students to engineering throughout their education can help the engineering industry attract a diverse group of people.

Register for the event at https://www.imts.com/show/reg and see Renishaw’s AM stand 433239 in the additive pavilion, its quality assurance stand on booth 135509 or its educational booth on stand 215321.


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