Senvol, located in New York City, USA, has announced that its president, Annie Wang, has been elected to serve on SME’s Additive Manufacturing Technical Community Leadership Community (TCLC).
SME’s AM TCLC serves as a resource for providing 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, policy and strategy related to Additive Manufacturing. The committee also serve as ‘faces of the industry’ for SME.
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“AM continues to be a major strategic initiative for SME and a vital emerging sector for manufacturing as a whole,” shared 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 selected 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.
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 more cost effectively.