New York, NY – May 7, 2014 – Senvol’s article titled “Cost-Benefit Analyses for Final Production Parts” was published in the 2014 Wohlers Report. The article details two analyses that Senvol conducted.
The first case study details an example of a part (from General Electric’s Measurement & Control division) that can be cost-effectively produced using AM. The second case study details an example of a part (from Johnson Controls, Inc.’s Automotive division) that is not cost-effective for AM. For the part that is not cost-effective, the analysis shows why the part was not cost-effective, and what AM variables (e.g. machine cost, build speed, material cost) would need to improve in order for the part to become cost-effective.
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