Grenoble, FRANCE — January 21, 2020 — The Bassetti Group announces that it has signed an agreement with Senvol to provide the Senvol Database™ of industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials to its customers as an integrated source of additive manufacturing (AM) data in its TEEXMA® for Additive solution.
With the convergence of technological, material, and manufacturing innovation, along with the demands for more sustainable and individualized products, there continues to be a rising demand for additively manufactured (AKA 3D printed) products. As AM becomes more and more prevalent across industries, for items beyond prototyping and tooling, many companies are trying to investigate options and test the boundaries for mass AM production. This necessitates that they streamline and integrate their processes, software, tools, equipment and data in order to build and/or support a complete digital thread of product information.
The Senvol Database™ is the most comprehensive database of industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials used by many industries including automotive, aerospace and defense, 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 process options.
Bassetti’s TEEXMA® for Additive is the only end-to-end solution supporting the complete AM product lifecycle. From art to part, TEEXMA® offers full traceability by combining project management, materials, manufacturing, quality and knowledge management tools and processes in a single technology with a common interface. Bassetti’s partnership with Senvol adds the AM data that many companies lack, while TEEXMA® for Additive allows companies to focus on the scheduling, management and execution of their AM programs.
Bassetti, founded in Grenoble, France in 1992 to help companies manage their technical expertise, has continued to expand globally across Europe, Asia, and North America. Bassetti now offers one technology with multiple solutions in the areas of technical expertise, risk, and knowledge management to over 400 companies and 125,000 users in various industries around the world.
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