Latest Update: NASCENT, a National Science Foundation-funded Nanosystems Engineering Research Center headquartered in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, has added Emerson and Renwick to the center’s Industrial Partnership Program, for enabling high-volume roll-to-roll manufacturing of electronic and photonic devices. E&R’s recent development of its GENESIS roll-to-roll tool, designed for the productization of printed electronics, display and security applications, was recently featured in The Economist Magazine article on Printed Electronics
With extensive, Screen printing, Gravure and Hot embossing technology, Emerson and Renwick have played a vital role in the design and development of wallpaper manufacturing machinery enjoying a close relationship with leading manufacturers in the UK and across the world.
Emerson and Renwick are an experienced provider of Fin Mill, Corebuilder and Tube mill Machines within the automotive heat exchanger industry. The acquisition of The Fin Machine Company (IP) has now broadened the range of machinery we can offer.
Building upon a long history of providing web coating technology, Emerson and Renwick has extended its portfoilio by bringing roll to roll vacuum coating platforms to the range of machinery it can supply to the coating industry, these platforms are designed to be flexible to suit the challenges of the display, flexible electronics, solar, barrier and packaging markets
Creating new technology and applying this to the machinery we produce remains a key focus for the team at Emerson and Renwick and we continue to invest in research projects to explore the limits to which we can engineer solutions for our customers.