UK 3D printing company Renishaw has opened a new additive manufacturing (AM) center in Barcelona, Spain.
UK 3D printing company Renishaw has opened a new additive manufacturing (AM) center in Barcelona, Spain.

UK 3D printing company Renishaw has opened new additive manufacturing (AM) centers in Barcelona, Spain and Torino, Italy.

Renishaw says that its centers provide businesses with a secure development environment to build their knowledge and confidence using AM technology. The facilities are equipped with Renishaw's multi-laser AM machines, alongside metrology, finishing and machining equipment.

‘The Solutions Centres have proved to be a successful way for manufacturers to accelerate learning about this new technology,’ said Marc Saunders, director at Renishaw. ‘We have opened the new facilities to be closer to our Spanish and Italian customers. By expanding the network, we are able to help more customers move forward on the journey to industrial AM.’

Renishaw now has centers operational in India, Canada, America, China, Germany, the UK, Spain and Italy.

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