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Renishaw Launches Raman Spectroscopy Website

Updated content, improved navigation to make key information more accessible

Published: Monday, October 13, 2014 - 09:35

(Renishaw: Hoffman Estates, IL) -- Renishaw has launched a new website for anyone wanting to know more about Raman spectroscopy and its applications. The new site includes updated content, improved navigation, and more images, making key information clearer and more accessible.

The content has been divided into relevant sections to simplify searches. Visitors unfamiliar with Raman spectroscopy and its benefits will find an entire section called “Raman Explained.” Those looking for detailed information on Renishaw’s inVia Raman microscope or related products will find detailed technical information, including specifications and configurations, along with new examples of how different techniques are used. Academics, researchers, and industrial users will find useful information about applications, along with clear benefits on how Renishaw’s Raman systems can help them.

“For the past 20 years we have been continuously developing our Raman microscope to ensure it can deliver the results customers need,” says Simon Holden, director and general manager of Renishaw’s Spectroscopy Products Division. “To support this, we’ve updated the website, making it easier to use, as well as a valuable source of information on Raman spectroscopy and the Renishaw product line.”

Renishaw will translate the website into several different languages to support customers worldwide.

See what’s new and improved at www.renishaw.com/raman.


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Renishaw is a global company with core skills in precision measurement, motion control, healthcare, spectroscopy, and manufacturing. The company supplies products and services used in applications as diverse as jet engine and wind turbine manufacturing to dentistry and brain surgery. Also a world leader in additive manufacturing, Renishaw designs and makes industrial 3D printers. Between 13 and 18-percent of annual sales are invested in R&D and engineering. The Renishaw Group has more than 80 offices in 36 countries, with 5,000+ employees.