Renishaw Additive Division Relocates

The Additive Manufacturing Products Division (AMPD) of Renishaw has relocated to a larger 90,000-square-foot facility in Stone, Staffordshire, U.K.

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The Additive Manufacturing Products Division (AMPD) of Renishaw has relocated to a larger 90,000-square-foot facility in Stone, Staffordshire, U.K. The building includes training facilities, lecture rooms, and a research and development area. The move is said to reflect the global expansion of additive manufacturing as well as Renishaw's commitment to the technology.

“The new Renishaw site in Stone is about more than just additive manufacturing. It will showcase the company’s industry expertise in fields including industrial metrology, spatial laser measurement and additive manufacturing,” explained Robin Weston, AMPD marketing manager. “Our success is based on developing close partnerships with our customers to help them unlock the potential of additive manufacturing, which we see as an end to end process. Our goal is to help our customers understand the full process chain and evaluate how to integrate with conventional technologies.”

In the interest of this goal, Renishaw's new site in Stone will incorporate one of a network of global additive manufacturing solutions centers where interested companies can trial Renishaw's AM systems and evaluate the suitability of additive manufacturing before purchasing a system.