The PH20 probe head offers unique "head touches" for rapid touch-trigger measurement, giving up to a three-fold increase in throughput, and fast infinite 5-axis positioning to guarantee optimal feature access. Renishaw will demonstrate new touch probe systems that use its unique frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) probe signal radio transmission technology to allow automated job set-up and in-process measurement, on all sizes of CNC machine tools. The new ultra-compact RMP40 probe is especially suited to multi-axis and mill-turn applications, while its variant, the RLP40 touch probe, is specifically designed for more hostile turning environments. A transmission only module RMP40M is also being introduced. Measurement on multi-axis machine tools will be supported by a new version of Renishaw's Productivity+ suite of PC-based probing software. A key improvement is a multi-axis option that allows more creativity and efficiency in machining processes, which supported by Renishaw's high accuracy Rengage 3D technology-based touch probes and ultra-compact radio probes, gives process engineers and machinists a wide choice of flexible process solutions. Also being shown at MACH 2010 will be the the QC20-W ballbar, a completely new design featuring a Renishaw developed linear sensor and Bluetooth wireless technology, which allows testing in 3 orthogonal planes through a single reference point. A single, simple hardware set up means quicker testing and the ability to produce a representative volumetric measurement of positioning accuracy. AxiSet Check-Up is a new cost-effective solution for checking the alignment and positioning performance of rotary axes. Renishaw offers cost-effective CMM retrofits for all budgets and applications, from touch trigger probing and 3-axis scanning, through to the latest ultra-fast REVO five-axis measurement system. The company offers a "one-stop shop" upgrade solution, from its new MODUS metrology software and universal CMM controller, through to sensors and machine calibration. Visitors to MACH 2010 will see RESOLUTE, an absolute encoder capable of 27-bit resolution at 36,000 rpm, giving a market-leading resolution of just 1 nm at 100 m/s for both linear encoder and angle encoder applications. Absolute position is acquired immediately at system switch-on, so the exact orientation of axis and motor commutation angle are known without the need for a reference (datum) return. Visitors to MACH will also be able to see additions to the TONiC range of incremental optical linear and rotary encoders, including 1 nm and 2 nm resolutions, a dual output encoder interface, and compatibility with Renishaw's Dual Signal Interface (DSi) for high accuracy angle encoding.