Additive Manufacturing

NOV 2018

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is the magazine devoted to industrial applications of 3D printing and digital layering technology. We cover the promise and the challenges of this technology for making functional tooling and end-use production parts.

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE 50 NOVEMBER 2018 Additive Manufacturing Renishaw is a global company with core skills in measurement, motion control, additive manufacturing and precision machining. We develop innovative prod- ucts that significantly advance our customers' operational performance—from improving manufacturing efficiencies to raising product quality. Our products are used for applications as diverse as machine tool automation, coordinate measurement, additive manufacturing, gaging, machine calibration, position feedback and shape memory alloys. In all of these areas we aim to be a long-term partner, offering superior products that meet our customers' needs both today and into the future, backed up by responsive, expert technical and commercial support. P R O D U C T S / S E R V I C E S Renishaw Inc. 1001 Wesemann Dr. West Dundee, IL 60118 U.S.A. Phone: 847-286-9953 Fax: 847-286-9974 renishaw.com RenAM 500Q Additive Manufacturing System for High Productivity The RenAM 500Q is Renishaw's quad-laser 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. The RenAM 500Q features automated powder- and waste-handling systems that enable consistent process quality, reduce operator intervention time and ensure high standards of system safety. Renishaw Improves Consistency in Additive Manufacturing Renishaw has developed new process monitoring software, InfiniAM Spectral, for use on Renishaw systems. The software enables data capture, presentation and analysis, representing a powerful tool for developing a deep understanding of the AM process. MeltVIEW and LaserVIEW stream data across a conventional computer network on a layer-by-layer basis, so manufacturers can analyze process monitoring data in real-time. As the build progresses, the data is rendered live in 3D for viewing in InfiniAM Spectral. The engineer can compare the data from each sensor to identify any deviations, which may indicate the presence of anomalies that could lead to defects.

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