As big believers in innovation, Rainhouse created an in-house research and development (R&D) department. We understand that investing in R&D is important for growth and innovation. Through R&D our engineers can obtain new knowledge, solve specialized problems, or create new implementations of knowledge.
The Thermach project aims to address the manufacturing industry challenges created from producing components and products of advanced metal matrix composite (MMC) materials. These problems will be addressed by implementing hybrid thermally assisted machining processes.
The ToolSense project aims to develop, improve, and commercialize a multi-sensory Smart Cutting Tool capable of measuring and monitoring vibration, force, temperature, and acoustic emission by obtaining information and feedback from thin-film and nano-sized semiconductor device manufacturing nodes located on the tool and platform.
Rainhouse continues its efforts to invest, research, and collaborate. Our Anti-Vibration Control System project aims to develop a sensor that will measure vibrations within a machine tool to improve the quality and optimize the process to create parts.