Senvol conducts quantifiable analytics for the additive manufacturing industry. Below are a few examples of Senvol’s previous project engagements:
In addition to analytics-focused projects, Senvol also offers other ancillary services, such as managing AM pilot programs, conducting customer discovery interviews, strategizing for future iterations of the technology, and training company executives and employees.
As part of its offering, Senvol uses its proprietary algorithm to determine which parts can be more cost-effectively made using AM versus the status quo. Senvol’s algorithm analyzes the entire supply chain and factors in secondary costs such as inventory, downtime, and shipping.
Senvol has an expansive network and is connected to virtually all major industry stakeholders. This network includes AM hardware manufacturers, service bureaus, materials providers, academic institutions engaged in AM research, government organizations, government research laboratories, other industry thought leaders, AM investment firms, and press outlets that regularly cover AM. Companies that engage with Senvol are afforded access to this network.
The Senvol Database is the first and most comprehensive database for industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials. Users are able to search the database by over 30 fields, such as machine build size, material type, and material tensile strength. The sheer quantity and dynamic nature of the search fields enable users to search in powerful ways and to quickly get the information that they need.
The Senvol Database is online and free to access. To go to the database, click here.
Senvol has worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies in industries such as aerospace, oil & gas, consumer products, and automotive. Senvol’s founders have been published in various additive manufacturing industry journals, such as the Wohlers Report, and have been featured speakers at numerous industry trade shows and conferences. Senvol is also a Gold Member of America Makes, a public-private partnership that is comprised of 100 of the leading organizations in the additive manufacturing industry; other America Makes members include the Department of Defense, NASA, 3D Systems, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, General Electric (GE), Johnson & Johnson, Siemens Industry, and Stratasys, among others.
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