3/15/2016

Renishaw to Debut Metal AM System at Mach 2016

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The metal additive manufacturing machine is designed for serialized production.

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Renishaw’s RenAM 500M additive manufacturing system will make its U.K. debut during Mach 2016, to be held April 11-15 in Birmingham. Renishaw exhibits at stand 5730, Hall 5. Designed to be used for serialized production, the RenAM 500M builds complex metal components directly from CAD using metal powder fusion technology. Highlights of the system include a Renishaw-engineered optical system with dynamic focusing; automated powder sieving and recirculation; a 500-W ytterbium fibre laser; and high-capacity, dual-filter SafeChange system.

The company will also demonstrate its noncontact vision measurement probe system for CMMs; Equator flexible gage; MODUS 2 metrology software suite; Resolute absolute encoder; and more.

Learn more about the RenAM 500M.

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