U.S. Air Force Integrates Senvol Database into HyperThought™

  Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH – November 1, 2017 – The U.S. Air Force recently licensed the Senvol Database to integrate into HyperThought, which is the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) premier enterprise software platform for Materials Research. HyperThought is a digital workspace and integration suite that allows Read More »

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Senvol Database Adds 100+ New Additive Manufacturing Machines and Materials

Senvol Database surges past 1,000 machine and material entries with latest additions New York, NY – August 20, 2015 – The Senvol Database, which is the first and most comprehensive 3D printing database of industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials, has added over 100 new Read More »

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SENVOL: Selecting the Most Cost-Effective Location for Additive Manufacturing (AM) Production

  Earlier this year, Annie Wang and Zach Simkin, Co-Presidents of SENVOL, a services firm that provides analytics to the additive manufacturing industry, presented a case study at RAPID, Long Beach, California, titled Selecting the Most Cost-Effective Location for Additive Manufacturing (AM) Production. SENVOL prepared Read More »

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3D Printer Pricing Now Publicly Available in Senvol Database

The Senvol Database: Additive manufacturing machines and materials all in one place. Searchable. Free. New York, NY (PRWEB) April 07, 2015 – The Senvol Database, which is the first and most comprehensive 3D printing database for industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials, has expanded to Read More »

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Senvol-Determining Cost-Effectiveness of Additive Manufacturing (AM)

  The additive manufacturing industry is rapidly evolving. In early January 2015 a company named Senvol, based in New York City, launched the Senvol Database. The Senvol Database is reported to be the first and only searchable database for industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials. Read More »

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