The proof is in the print

According to Velo3D’s founder and CEO, Benny Buller, removing the limitations of Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) additive manufacturing can clear the way for deep innovation.
2 months ago

Velo3D’s solution deployed in Lockheed Martin’s AM centre

Velo3D has announced Lockheed Martin is using Velo3D’s end-to-end additive manufacturing solution for its Additive Design & Manufacturing Centre, which pilot’s new additive manufacturing technologies for production deployments in Lockheed Martin’s Space division.
3 months ago

Chasing performance with additive manufacturing

Jon Porter, European business development director at VELO3D looks at how 3D printing affects the intriguing intersection of history, design intent, and technological hurdles common to the aerospace and Formula One racing industries.
9 months ago

Launcher expands rocket engine part additive manufacturing

Metal additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Velo3D and Launcher, a developer of high-performance rockets for small satellites, are proving out the value of 3D printing for delivering satellites to orbit cost-effectively and with destination-orbit flexibility.
11 months ago

Vertex selects VELO3D to meet 3D printed production-ready part demand

VELO3D, a leader in advanced additive manufacturing (AM) for high-value metal parts has announced that Vertex Manufacturing, a Cincinnati-based business providing CNC machining and manufacturing services from development through production, has selected VELO3D to help meet growing demand for 3D-printed ‘impossible’ metal parts.
1 year ago

VELO3D selected for its 3D-printed aftermarket part solutions

VELO3D has announced that Chromalloy, a manufacturing and repair solutions provider for gas turbine engine manufacturers, recently selected the VELO3D Sapphire system as its additive manufacturing (AM) solution to significantly impact the economics of its future MRO projects in aviation and energy markets.
1 year ago

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