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As Seen In Additive Manufacturing

One 3D Printed Turbine Replaced 61 Parts With 1: Here Is What That Means
Additive manufacturing makes possible a radical microturbine that increases power-to-weight ratio, reduces cost and extends time between overhaul.

By Mapping Layer Height, Velo3D Shows Where Part Is Distorting (Includes Video)
Height measurement reveals what layers and what part features are potential problem areas in the metal additive manufacturing build. Watch the video to see how software provides insights from layer height data.

Lam Research, Velo3D Partner for Metal Additive Manufacturing Applications
Joint agreement includes proprietary process development and investment in Velo3D.

Velo3D Launches Large Format 3D Metal Printer with Knust-Godwin as First Customer
The next-generation Sapphire machine will print up to 1 meter in height, said to be the tallest laser-powder additive manufacturing system.

Support Structures Hold Down Productivity, Says Velo3D
A build example involving an aircraft bracket illustrates the production rate increase resulting from more parts per build plus the elimination of support removal. A new system for quality monitoring aids production as well.

Velo3D Collaborates with PWR to Print Next-Gen, High-Performance Heat Exchangers
Together with Velo3D, PWR will explore new high-performance thermal management strategies through metal 3D printing across a range of heat exchanger applications.

Velo3D: Avoiding Support Structures Means Metal AM Can Be a Solution for Direct Part Replacement
Because of the extent of the redesign they might call for, support structures can be an impediment to AM adoption. Reducing the need for support structures increases the viability of 3D printing for current parts.

supersonic jet, Boom Supersonic

Velo3D, Boom Supersonic Partner to 3D Print Metal Supersonic Jet Parts
Velo3D has announced its partnership with Boom Supersonic to print the first 3D metal parts on Boom’s XB-1 Mach-2.2 supersonic demonstrator aircraft.

3D Printing the "Impossible" Metal Part
Velo3D’s SupportFree additive manufacturing process helps KW Micro Power turn a geometrically complex design concept into reality.

Finally, a Metal Additive Manufacturing System That’s Built for Production
For metal additive manufacturing to become a viable alternative in a production environment, it must have the process controls expected of other manufacturing processes. That technology has finally arrived.

AM Conference + Expo 2019

Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo 2019 Registration Now Open
The Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo focuses on AM for making parts. The speakers, panels and exhibitors have been selected to provide actionable content that manufacturers can use to make decisions about advancing the use of AM.

Rapid +TCT

10 Impressions of Rapid + TCT 2019
The largest additive manufacturing exposition in North America is now a mature industry trade show. Here is what the editors of Additive Manufacturing Media saw at this year’s Rapid + TCT.

Velo3D flow software

Velo3D Advances Flow Print Preparation Software
Velo3D has announced enhancements to its Flow software in order to accelerate metal 3D printing in production.

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing Expands Metals Capacity with Velo3D 3D Printer
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has added Velo3D’s Sapphire 3D print system and Flow software to its metal 3D printing service offerings for challenging applications and geometries.

Velo3D Sapphire metal 3D printer

Velo3D Releases End-to-End Metal Additive Manufacturing Solution
Comprised of a metal 3D printer, print preparation software and workflow technology, the system helps to ensure part-to-part consistency.

Product Categories of Velo3D

Additive Manufacturing Machines for Metal Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Powder Bed Fusion