Join us for an in-person event in Watervliet, New York

Velo3D Technology Overview

Lunch & Learn – Watervliet Arsenal

B115, Technology Conference Room  – 2nd Floor

Tuesday May 23, 2023

10:30 am – 12:00 pm ET

Advance Your Additive Manufacturing Knowledge with Velo3D

Velo3D, a fully US based (Campbell, CA) manfacturer of LPBF 3D metal printers has partnered with the US Army to host a technical session that covers our company’s fully integrated metal 3D printing solution.

Attendees will hear from Rich De Almeida, Sales Director, Ex-Schlumberger, RPI ’11, Dan Lavertu, Technical Business Development Manager, Ex-Lockheed, Stefka Petkova, Technical Sales Engineer, Ex-GE Aviation & Ryan Menrath, Director of Product Management, Ex-GE Power.  These experts will cover the following topics:

  • An overview of Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) Technology
  • A complete overview of the Velo3D fully integrated solution, including: Flow print preparation software; Sapphire family of metal AM printers; and Assure quality control software
  • Material characterization and qualification standards
  • Case studies presenting how Velo3D technology helps unlock seemingly impossible designs, achieve greater part performance, and helps provide greater part repeatability & supply chain flexibility
  • An introduction to our comprehensive network of contract manufacturers
  • Real-world examples of high-value printed parts that are helping customers across space, aviation, energy, and more achieve new levels of innovation.

Please use the form to the right to register and attend the event. Lunch is included!

Your Velo3D Experts


Watervliet Arsenal

B115, Technology Conference Room  – 2nd Floor

Watervliet Arsenal is an Army-owned and operated manufacturing facility located in Watervliet, New York. The arsenal is the oldest, continuously active arsenal in the United States having begun operations during the War of 1812.

Today’s arsenal is relied upon by U.S. and foreign militaries to produce the most advanced, high-tech, high-powered weaponry for tank, howitzer and mortar systems. Watervliet Arsenal is also home to the U.S. Army’s Combat Capabilities and Development Command Benet Laboratories, which is the Army’s premier research and design facility for large caliber weapons.