Welcome to the Renishaw Hub

Renishaw specialises in metrology, the science of measurement. We manufacture a comprehensive range of high-precision probing systems and accessories, calibration and measuring systems and other innovative products which enable customers worldwide to carry out dimensional measurements to traceable standards. Read more »

Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths
Placements / Internships

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Undergrad intake: 100+
Graduate intake: 50+
Renishaw was established in 1973 by David McMurtry and John Deer.
The majority of our R&D and manufacturing is carried out in the UK.
We have a strong global presence, with more than 70 offices in 35 countries.
Since our formation in 1973 we have won numerous awards.
Over 3,100 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
A Gradcracker advertiser for at least five years - ideal for your shortlist!

Renishaw named Gloucestershire’s STEM Company of the Year

Renishaw, the global engineering company with its headquarters in the west of England, has been named as Gloucestershire's STEM Company of the Year. The award which recognises the company's work to enthuse students about Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) was presented on 17th October at a special STEM Ambassadors' Reception held at Gloucester City Museum and Art Gallery. The award citation referenced Renishaw's extensive work with fifteen local secondary schools where...

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First metal 3D printed bicycle frame manufactured by Renishaw for...

Renishaw, the UK's only manufacturer of a metal-based additive manufacturing machine that prints metal parts, has collaborated with a leading British bicycle design and manufacturing company to create the world's first 3D printed metal bike frame. Empire Cycles designed the mountain bike to take advantage of Renishaw's additive manufacturing technology, allowing them to create a titanium frame that would be both strong and light using topological optimisation - the new frame is some 33%...

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