Senvol and KEX Knowledge Exchange AG have entered into a strategic partnership to optimize the technology and application monitoring service for additive manufacturing on the KEX.net platform.

KEX.net is the European industry's growing high-end tool for real-time technology and application monitoring in the field of additive manufacturing (AM). Together with research partners on the campus of RWTH Aachen University and European science, KEX.net combines market and research information to identify future trends.

Recently, KEX Knowledge Exchange AG licensed the Senvol database to integrate it into their Additive Manufacturing Knowledge Area.

By integrating the Senvol database into the KEX.net platform, the KEX knowledge base will be expanded on the one hand by the wide range of market-available machine and material information and on the other hand the Senvol data pool will be expanded by a broad set of application examples and exclusive research knowledge with a focus on AM processes, machines and materials.

Patrick Wienert, partner of KEX AG, explains: "KEX.net enables its users to link AM machine and material data from the Senvol database with real application examples and exclusive research knowledge. The platform actively involves its users in the generation of innovative application ideas and at the same time shows possible partners, technologies and materials for a quick implementation.

The constant monitoring of activities in the field of additive manufacturing is a crucial process for almost all technology-oriented companies. KEX.net offers highly efficient near-time monitoring for relevant production technologies. Near-time application, technology and material screening is actively linked to data from the Senvol database to provide deep, market-wide insight. Intuitive navigation through the individual areas enables machine operators, developers and managers to find individual solutions efficiently. To ensure a comprehensive market overview, the platform also offers daily curated worldwide news. The Senvol database is the first and most comprehensive database for industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials.

 

The internationally renowned sites Metal AM and 3D Printing Industry also reported on the cooperation.


The complete articles can be found here:

Metal AM News
3D Printing Industry News

 




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