A screenshot of the Senvol ML software.
A screenshot of the Senvol ML software.

Senvol say that it has received further funding from the US Navy and US Air Force to develop additional capabilities for its additive manufacturing (AM) machine learning software.

The company did not specify what capabilities are being developed.

Senvol ML can be used to improve AM process parameters, support the qualification of AM machines and materials, predict material properties, and use in-situ monitoring data to improve quality assurance.

‘We are very excited about the continued support from several of our Department of Defense partners,’ said Senvol president Annie Wang. ‘Our collective objective is to enable organizations to quickly characterize or qualify additive manufacturing materials and processes.’

This story uses material from Senvol, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.