New York, NY – March 24, 2015 – In an article titled “3D Printing Essentials and Trends,”
Technical Editor Jeff Kerns highlights Senvol’s 7 supply chain scenarios. He writes:
“Based on all of the analyses that it has conducted, Senvol has determined that there are seven supply chain scenarios that tend to lend themselves well to additive manufacturing. They use these scenarios in an algorithm to show how additive manufacturing could increase value to companies in different ways.”
Kerns also spoke to Senvol President Zach Simkin. Kerns notes:
“Zach Simkin, Senvol’s President, advocates a wider approach than just finding small, complex parts produced in small volume. Companies can save by analyzing the entire supply chain. A part might be more expensive or take longer to 3D print. However, 3D printing could alleviate bottlenecks, reduce downtime, or save money over the entire manufacturing line.”
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