The world’s most comprehensive additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing database had expanded yet again by adding over 100 new searchable machines and materials.
The Senvol Database is the first database of its kind and has now passed 1,000 machine and material entries overall and is continuously expanding. The free database was set up earlier this year to provide free searchable access to users researching the most suitable additive manufacturing solutions for their specific applications. Users are able to search the database by more than 30 fields including machine build size, price, material type or material tensile strength.
Senvol Co-President Zach Simkin commented: “We’re pleased to continue to see the industry grow – and not simply with new machines and materials, but with machines and materials that offer improved functionality.”
Senvol Co-President Annie Wang added: “Whether you’re new to additive manufacturing looking to understand the landscape, or a design engineer searching for a machine and material to meet specific applications, the Senvol Database provides the information that you need, all at your fingertips.”
Senvol Database searchable AM machine results.
Senvol conducts quantifiable analytics for the additive manufacturing industry. Senvol has worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies in industries such as aerospace, oil and gas, automotive and consumer products. Some of the most prestigious users of the database include GE, Caterpillar, Northrop Grumman, Ricoh, General Motors and Johnson & Johnson.