Monthly Archives: August 2016

Ford’s Road to Full Autonomy

If someone had told you 10 years ago — even five years ago — that a major American car company would announce the mass production of a vehicle with no steering wheel, you would have said they were crazy. Renaissance

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First Osprey Flight With Critical 3D Printed Part

It’s one small part for an aircraft engine, one giant leap for 3D printing. The Navy has announced a Marine MV-22 made the sea services’ first successful flight with a “flight critical” component built by additive manufacturing. Renaissance Services is at the forfront of

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