Renishaw Additive Manufacturing: Bringing to Bear a Pedigree for Innovation

May 28, 2020

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In this webinar, Renishaw will show how their history of product innovation and world-leading technologies across the spectrum of manufacturing are brought together in their approach to the challenge of additive manufacturing. Learn about their insistence on the in-house design, manufacture, and assembly of all their products to maintain the highest levels of quality, and down to the vertical integration of their extensive experience in the fields of process setting, optics, positional control, digital gauging, and software. Renishaw has consistently been the most vocal advocate of seeing metal AM not as a technological island but as the logical next step in a more connected, efficient chain of "manufacturing enabler" processes.

Primary Topics:
• Renishaw's AM philosophy
• Demonstrate how their IM experience has informed their AM approach
• An overview of their approach to multi-laser processing


Kevin Brigden
Additive Applications Engineer, Renishaw

During Kevin's time with Renishaw, he has led and consulted on numerous design projects in collaboration with partners and customers from aerospace, automotive, space and defense and medical engineering. Kevin is at the forefront of the design for additive manufacture (DfAM) movement, with many of his characteristic and innovative designs widely recognized and imitated.

Kevin McNally
Senior Sales Development Engineer, Renishaw

Kevin has been with Renishaw since 1976, in a wide variety of roles from electronic design engineer to machine tool product manager. Kevin was a founding member of Renishaw GmbH (Stuttgart) and has spent the past 10 years at Renishaw USA, initially as an applications engineer and most recently as a sales development engineer, supporting Renishaw’s comprehensive range of Industrial Metrology products.