Senvol President, Annie Wang, has been elected to serve on SME’s Additive Manufacturing (AM) Technical Community Leadership Committee and will serve an initial three-year term. SME’s AM Technical Community Leadership Committee (TCLC) serves as the primary resource for guidance to SME and its members on AM technologies, including materials, processes, industrial base, and workforce.
The primary responsibility of the SME AM TCLC is to advise SME on initiatives, activities, policies, and strategies related to AM. For those who are not familiar with it, Senvol provides data to help companies implement additive manufacturing (AM). Senvol’s various products allow companies to access, generate, and analyze AM data. Senvol’s products and services have been used by a variety of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies in industries such as aerospace, oil & gas, consumer products, and automotive.
Senvol is also a Gold Member of America Makes and a member of the ASTM F42 and SAE AMS committees, which set standards for the AM industry.
“AM continues to be a major strategic initiative for SME and a vital emerging sector for manufacturing as a whole,” said Suzy Marzano, Senior Manager at SME who oversees SME’s Technical Communities. “We’re thrilled at Annie’s selection to the AM Technical Community Leadership Committee and look forward to working with her and the rest of the Committee Members to help further SME’s leadership position in the industry.”
Members of the Committee are chosen based on a combination of active industry contributions, reputation and personal commitment to expand the use of AM. Wang will serve an initial three-year term.
The role of SME’s AM Technical Community Leadership Committee is to provide timely and expert guidance to SME on AM activities, initiatives, and content to best serve the AM community. The Committee also serve as “faces of the industry” for SME. The Committee Members represent various stakeholders within the technical community.
SME is the national nonprofit committed to accelerating new manufacturing technology adoption and building North America’s manufacturing talent and capabilities. Its member-led Additive Manufacturing Community focuses on the technologies and processes that help conceive, test, improve and manufacture new products to bring them to market faster and most cost-effectively.