Renishaw produced the metal brackets from aluminium powder in four separate builds using one of its AM250 additive manufacturing machines. (jpg)

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Renishaw produced the metal brackets from aluminium powder in four separate builds using one of its AM250 additive manufacturing machines.

For almost two decades, the Jet Age Museum in Gloucester, UK, has been working on bringing a Hawker Typhoon aircraft back to the city that originally manufactured it. Struggling to find engineering companies capable of recreating the complete brackets from the original 1938 drawings, which were lacking manufacturing details, the museum got in touch with Renishaw.

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