US Army to Use Senvol Machine Learning for Qualification of 3D Printed Missile Parts – 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

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Senvol is building itself out to be a critical part of 3D printing infrastructure. Bit by bit, the company is making itself indispensable especially to the U.S. defense community. It previously made software for the Office of Naval Research, got a grant from the Defense Logistics Agency, obtained another grant from NIST, joined the National Armaments Consortium, and worked together with ORNL. You can learn more about company co-founder Annie Wang here.
Senvol is a data merchant for 3D printing. The firm started off simple with a searchable database of additive manufacturing data. They also now have an API through which your software can access the database, Senvol Indexes for materials properties, and Senvol ML. Senvol ML is machine learning software that helps analyze part properties and settings. Ideally, this can aid you in optimizing your machine settings, more quickly qualify parts and predict properties in advance.
Now ,Senvol ML has gotten a U.S. Military contract via the United States Army Research Laboratory (ARL), the same organization working with 3D Systems on its new huge printer. The idea is that by, “leveraging ML algorithms, the qualification plan will also be notably more efficient than more traditional qualification plans ( …

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