New York, NY – July 11, 2022 – AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology announced that it has licensed data from the Senvol Database to integrate into its Emerging Technology Research offerings, which serves the manufacturing technology community with additive manufacturing market insights.
The Senvol Database is a comprehensive database of industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials and is used by many industries including aerospace and defense, automotive, oil and gas, heavy industry, medical devices, and consumer products. The database provides the data necessary for companies to investigate and compare a multitude of AM material and machine options.
Dayton Horvath, Director of Emerging Technology at AMT, commented, “The Senvol Database is a leading source for data on additive manufacturing machines and materials. As we look to roll out our Emerging Technology Research offerings this year, reputable datasets such as the Senvol Database are key to supplementing AMT’s current capabilities and add to the creation of valuable industry insights.”
AMT’s Emerging Technology Research offerings provide members and subscribers with access to key data, analysis, and insights about market size, growth, and trends. Starting with additive manufacturing as the first focus area, AMT offers direct access to subject matter experts and to a continuously expanding repository of market data.
Senvol President Annie Wang added, “We’re very pleased to support AMT’s initiatives. AMT is a global leader in manufacturing technology, and this shows yet another successful integration of the Senvol Database to support an organization’s objectives in the additive manufacturing industry.”
AMT is committed to advancing the manufacturing technology industry by facilitating the adoption of transformative technologies; fostering community and partnerships; producing events that create new business opportunities; supporting global business growth; and enhancing industry knowledge about technology, legislation, and workforce development.
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