On show will be Renishaw's gauge, Equator, which collects thousands of data points, enabling the comparative measurement of high-volume manufactured parts. The Equator can switch between parts in seconds, perfect for flexible manufacturing processes or accepting parts from multiple machines.

Also on display will be Renishaw's AM250 laser melting system, which uses a additive manufacturing process that can produce fully dense metal parts direct from 3D CAD, using a high-powered fibre laser. Parts are built from a range of fine metal powders that are fully melted in a tightly controlled atmosphere, in layer thicknesses ranging from 20 to 100 microns.

Renishaw will also be demonstrating the PH20 5-axis touch-trigger system for coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), which increases touch-trigger probing throughput up to three times, using fast, infinite, rotary positioning and unique "head touch" capability for high-speed point capture.

Also appearing at the event will be Renishaw's new XR20-W rotary axis calibration system, which works with its highly touted XL-80 laser interferometer system to allow the measurement of rotary axis positional accuracy to within 1 arc second.