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KEX integrates database into its monitoring platform

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Monitoring the activities in the AM field is a crucial process for almost all technology-oriented companies.
Monitoring the activities in the AM field is a crucial process for almost all technology-oriented companies. (Source: Pixabay)

Senvol and KEX have entered a strategic partnership to enhance the platform’s additive manufacturing near-time technology and applications monitoring service.

KEX Knowledge Exchange AG says it recently licensed the Senvol Database to integrate into its Additive Manufacturing Knowledge Area, which is the growing European industry's high-end tool for near-time technology and application monitoring in the AM field. Together with research partners of the RWTH Aachen university campus and European academia, KEX connects market and research information to identify future trends.

The integration of the database into the KEX platform will extend the latter's knowledge base of market available machine and material information while extending the Senvol data pool by a broad set of application examples and exclusive research knowledge with a focus on AM processes, machines and materials.

Monitoring the activities in the AM field is a crucial process for almost all technology-oriented companies. KEX.net provides a highly efficient near-time monitoring service for relevant production technologies. The near-time application, technology and material screening is actively linked with data from the Senvol Database to provide a deep, market-wide insight. The intuitive navigation through each field allows machine operators, developers and managers to find individual solutions efficiently. Ensuring a comprehensive market overview, the platform also offers daily, curated worldwide news. The Senvol database is said to be the first and most comprehensive database of industrial AM machines and materials.

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