Renishaw to exhibit new AM system at IMTEX 2017

Renishaw, a specialist in precision engineering technologies, has recently declared that it will soon be exhibiting its extensive range of metrology and additive manufacturing equipment at IMTEX 2017 which takes place at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, Bangalore, India, from 26th January to 1st February. Renishaw will be exhibiting its new RenAM 500M additive manufacturing system, its new high productivity machining cell concept, as well as its new non-contact vision measurement probe system (RVP) for co-ordinate measuring machines (CMMs).
RenAM 500M will be making its India trade show debut. Fully designed and engineered in-house to be used for serialised production, the RenAM 500M builds complex metal components directly from CAD using metal powder fusion technology.
Renishaw will also be exhibiting its game changing SPRINT system which brings exceptional, high-speed, high-accuracy scanning to CNC machine tools. SPRINT records a constant stream of accurate 3D points across the part surface, and analyses this data in real time on the CNC machine tool controller. Users of co-ordinate measuring machines visiting IMTEX 2017 will also be interested to see how the MODUS 2 metrology software suite brings new levels of clarity and efficiency to the programming and operation of CMMs.
Renishaw will also exhibit its new XM-60 multi-axis calibrator at IMTEX. The XM-60 is capable of measuring all six degrees of freedom from a single set-up, in any orientation for linear axes. It offers significant improvement in simplicity and time saving over conventional laser measurement techniques.