Selecting and comparing industrial Additive Manufacturing Machines & Materials with the Senvol Database™
Guest speaker: Zach Simkin from Senvol
Watch this webinar to find out how you can access the Senvol Database™, the largest collection of data for Additive Manufacturing, and how this dataset can be used to compare materials’ performance for a target application.
There is currently huge interest in Additive Manufacturing and the benefits it offers for the production of low volumes of highly complex and custom parts. This can be driven by savings made in avoiding the use of expensive tooling, avoiding the need to keep a store of spare parts (often for years), customizing parts to individuals, or the creation of geometries and structures that cannot be achieved through conventional manufacturing techniques. The challenge in using these materials is the range of technology available, and the fact that the final performance is highly dependent on both the raw material feedstock and the machine that is used to process it. How do engineers make the right choices?
This webinar will focus on the Senvol Database™, the largest collection of data on Industrial Additive Manufacturing Machines & Materials, which is now available through Granta’s CES Selector and GRANTA MI software.
Who will benefit?
- Anyone specifying or implementing Additive Manufacturing projects
- Materials specialists
- Project engineers, product engineers, development engineers and designers.