Additive manufacturing documents
A collection of documents aimed to inform you of Renishaw's latest metal additive manufacturing (AM) solutions and technology.
Metal AM systems:
Brochure: RenAM 500Q/S additive manufacturing system
Metal additive manufacturing (AM) is already transforming the way many products are designed and manufactured, leading to improved in-service performance and new innovations. The RenAM 500Q/S AM systems can be configured with a choice of one or four lasers.
AM software solutions:
Brochure: QuantAM file preparation software for Renishaw additive manufacturing systems
Renishaw QuantAM is a dedicated file preparation software tool for Renishaw additive manufacturing (AM) systems. With an intuitive workflow and easy navigation, QuantAM accepts CAD exports in the form of .STL data and allows you to prepare your model for the AM process. QuantAM can also be used as a tool to guide your Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) process, helping you unlock the benefits of additive manufacturing.
Brochure: InfiniAM Central – remote process monitoring for AM systems
InfiniAM Central is Renishaw’s process monitoring software solution. It enables live process monitoring and build data recording for your Renishaw AM systems. Build data forms an essential part of a quality management system to ensure consistent and repeatable AM production.
Brochure: InfiniAM Spectral – Energy input and melt pool emissions monitoring for AM systems
InfiniAM Spectral software is designed to operate with Renishaw’s LaserVIEW and MeltVIEW hardware, to provide feedback on energy input and emissions from the AM build process.
Learn more about AM:
Brochure: Metal additive manufacturing
Metal additive manufacturing is the process of creating a 3D object from a CAD model by building it up from thin layers of metal powder, one by one. Renishaw designs and manufactures metal additive manufacturing systems, for manufacturing parts in a variety of metals, using a process called laser powder bed fusion.
Brochure: Safety in additive manufacturing
Just as with any other manufacturing technology, metal AM carries a number of identifiable risks that must be understood and managed. This guide offers insight into the areas company owners and managers must consider to ensure that AM is implemented in a safe way.