Inspiring future engineers with employer engagement

Simon Biggs discusses why engineering businesses should offer engagement programmes to primary school children as a way of tackling the skills gap and inspiring the engineers of the future

3D printing takes off

Boris Sedacca reports on additive manufacturing for myriad applications

New research investment will shape aircraft of the future

Renishaw is contributing its additive manufacturing expertise to a new £17.7 million project led by Airbus

3D printing builds success for Moto2 bike

Team used additive manufacturing to produce a front suspension system

National Women in Engineering Day

To mark National Women in Engineering Day, award winning engineer Lucy Ackland shares her thoughts on the challenges facing women in engineering in 2015

3D printed luck

Renishaw produces sculpture from titanium using one of its AM250 additive manufacturing systems

Borehole surveying

Maurice Jones examines the latest developments in borehole surveying

New 18-bit absolute magnetic ring encoder

Renishaw's associate company, RLS,  has announced the availability of the new AksIM true-absolute magnetic rotary encoder for embedded OEM motion control applications.

Available through Renishaw's worldwide network, AksIM has up to 18-bit resolution and zero mechanical hysteresis in a unique through-bore configuration which sets a new standard for magnetic encoder performance and value.

Laser calibration data analysis software brings new levels of functionality

XCal-View software is an all new laser data analysis package for use with data captured from the XL-80, ML10 laser calibration systems and XR20-W rotary axis calibrator




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