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Bassetti integrates Senvol Database into TEEXMA for Additive solution

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The Bassetti Group, a French software solutions company, is now offering the Senvol Database of industrial additive manufacturing machines and materials to its client base through its TEEXMA for Additive solution. The offering was announced this week after both Bassetti and Senvol signed a partnership agreement.

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The Senvol Database was created to help companies adopt additive manufacturing by comparing various AM processes and materials. Today, the platform is the most comprehensive database for industrial AM machines and materials, and is broadly used in the automotive, aerospace, defense, oil and gas, heavy industry, medical and consumer products segments.

The Bassetti Group’s TEEXMA for Additive solution, for its part, is described by the company as “the only end-to-end solution supporting the complete AM product lifecycle.” TEEXMA for Additive offers users full traceability for the AM process chain, bringing together project management, materials, manufacturing, quality and knowledge management tools in a single platform.

Through its collaboration with Senvol, Bassetti will be adding vital AM data from the Senvol Database to its offering. The aim of the integration is to enable companies to focus on scheduling, management and execution of AM operations while having access to necessary AM data.

Essentially, by offering its TEEXMA for Additive customers integrated access to information from the broad Senvol Database, Bassetti aims to offer more support to its AM customers and help them optimize their AM workflows.

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