The RenAM 500M is suitable for serialised production and can build complex metal components.
The RenAM 500M is suitable for serialised production and can build complex metal components.

Renishaw plans to introduce its new RenAM 500M additive manufacturing system at the MACH trade show which takes place from 11-15 April in Birmingham, UK.

The RenAM 500M is suitable for serialised production and can build complex metal components directly from CAD using metal powder fusion technology. It features an optical system with dynamic focussing, automated powder sieving and recirculation, a 500W ytterbium fiber laser and patented high capacity dual filter SafeChange system. 

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