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Renishaw’s advanced engineering technologies on show at TCT Live 2013

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Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw will be exhibiting its advanced engineering products at the TCT Live show at the NEC in Birmingham, UK. 

Renishaw will be showcasing one of Renishaw's versatile inspection systems as well as additive manufacturing machine systems, and will also discuss the Company's new design services with visitors.

AM250 laser melting machine 

Part of the Company's additive manufacturing machines range, Renishaw's AM250 is capable of producing fully dense metal parts direct from 3D CAD, using a high-powered fibre laser. Parts are built from a range of fine metal powders that are fully melted in a tightly controlled atmosphere, in layer thicknesses ranging from 20 to 100 microns. 

Vacuum casting machines 

Renishaw's vacuum casting machines facilitate the production of high quality colour matched parts in glass filled nylon. Vacuum casting enables the manufacture of individual prototypes or even a small batch production technology. Components are gas and water tight, suitable for crash testing, and are chemically resistant, resulting in the manufacture of high performance polymer components in nylon PA6 for a range of demanding applications. 

Versatile gauging system 

Renishaw’s Equator versatile gauging system is a lightweight, fast and highly repeatable inspection system designed for use with ‘push-button' simplicity. A new option is the Equator 300 Extended Height system, which offers extra fixturing space below the measuring volume, allowing components to be transferred onto the machine on their machining fixtures. 

Renishaw will be exhibiting their products at the TCT Live from 25 to 26 September 2013 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK in hall 3A, stand D24.

Renishaw Oceania represents the Renishaw Group in Australia.

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