Leading global engineering technologies company, Renishaw will formally open its newly acquired and fully renovated Mississauga, Ontario facility on Thursday, 12 July.
The formal opening of the new facility by Ben Taylor, Renishaw Group's Assistant Chief Executive will be followed by active demonstrations of the company's advanced engineering technologies.
Commenting on the new 17,500 sq ft facility, Renishaw Canada's Director & General Manager, Dafydd Williams says that the investment marks a further chapter in Renishaw's ongoing commitment to the Canadian market, where the company has been successfully trading for more than 9 years. The new facility will enable Renishaw to tap into the many opportunities available in the region.
A former film studio situated within the heart of Canadian industry, the facility allows Renishaw to expand its operations to support the growing interest in its full range of innovative metrology systems including co-ordinate measuring machine (CMM) probe systems, touch probes and laser tool setters for CNC machine tools, linear and rotary encoders for position feedback, calibration systems for machine performance analysis, Raman spectroscopy systems as well as new gauging and surveying systems and additive manufacturing equipment.
Product demonstrations at the opening event will include the revolutionary REVO 5-axis scanning system and new PH20 5-axis touch trigger probe for CMMs, the new Equator flexible gauging system, plus spindle probing and tool setting driven by Renishaw's Productivity+ Active Editor Pro measurement software.
Renishaw's associate company, MDL will also be showcasing its surveying products including the Boretrak scanning system used for ‘down hole' scanning applications in the mining and quarrying industry.
represents the Renishaw Group in Australia and New Zealand.