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Additive manufacturing

Venturing into metal additive manufacturing

For us it was very important that we worked with an engineering company that understood manufacturing, rather than a 3D printing company that produce printers, and the difference tells in how the printers perform for us.

3D Metalforge (Singapore)

RenAM 500Q: Renishaw's quad laser additive manufacturing system for high productivity

RenAM 500Q is Renishaw's multi-laser additive manufacturing (AM) system. It features four high-power 500 W lasers, each able to access the whole powder bed surface simultaneously. RenAM 500Q achieves significantly higher build rates, vastly improving productivity and lowering cost per part.

QuantAM build preparation software

QuantAM is designed specifically for Renishaw AM platforms, allowing tighter integration into the machine control software and the ability to accurately and rapidly review all build files for Renishaw AM systems, including those from third party packages using CAD exports in the form of .STL data.

End-to-end AM production at Atherton Bikes

Thanks to our position as a leading metrology business, we are perfectly positioned to help customers develop an end-to-end solution, from AM build, all the way through machining and post-processing, providing an end-use engineered component. A new bike range from Atherton Bikes is being manufactured from carbon fibre tubing and lugs produced on a Renishaw multi-laser high productivity RenAM 500Q metal additive manufacturing (AM) system.

QuantAM Dental

Dedicated file preparation software for metal additive manufacturing (AM) of dental crowns, bridges and Removable Partial Dentures (RPDs)

Metal additive manufacturing technologies (also known as selective laser melting or metal 3D printing) are becoming increasingly common in CAD/CAM dental labs, making the efficiency of the process increasingly important.