Zach Simkin with outgoing chair, Jennifer Fielding, at the recent RAPID + TCT Conference. (Photo courtesy SME.)
Zach Simkin with outgoing chair, Jennifer Fielding, at the recent RAPID + TCT Conference. (Photo courtesy SME.)

3D printing company Senvol says that its president, Zach Simkin, has been elected to serve as chair of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) additive manufacturing (AM) community. According to the company, the community advisors can advise the SME and its members about AM technologies, materials, processes, industrial base, and workforce, while the SME AM advisory committee covers initiatives, activities, policy, and strategy related to 3D printing.

‘AM continues to be a major strategic initiative for SME and a vital emerging sector for manufacturing as a whole,’ said Suzy Marzano, product development manager at SME who oversees SME’s technical communities.

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.