Senvol to lead U.S. Army Program on AM performance

Senvol has received funding from the U.S. Army to lead a program focused on demonstrating that consistent part performance can be achieved on different additive manufacturing (AM) machines located at different sites.

The goal of the program is to accommodate the reduction of cost and lead time of Army ground vehicle systems while increasing the performance. Senvol will utilize its AM machine learning software, Senvol ML, to reduce the cost of material and process development and to enable the Army to produce AM parts of consistent performance even when using different AM machines located at different sites.

During the program, Senvol will use Senvol ML to rapidly develop process parameters and establish a process model for different AM machines located at different sites. Senvol ML will be used to quantify complex and interdependent PSPP relationships.

Users of Senvol ML include organizations in aerospace, defense, oil & gas, consumer products, medical, and automotive industries, as well as AM machine manufacturers and AM material suppliers.

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