Is Metal 3D Printing Ready for Deployment? Supporting Global Readiness for Mission-Critical Applications
Unfamiliarity with metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) for a forward deployed industrial metal 3D printer, operated by enlisted personnel, has been a challenge for defense industries.
For AM to succeed in supporting warfighter readiness, it must achieve the same level of quality, geometric accuracy, and material properties in the field and at home base. Until now, however, the process has not been as transferable as required.
During this on-demand webinar Director of Additive Manufacturing for the Hartech Group, Gary Bredael, and Velo3D’s Sales Director, Northwest, Luis Vidal, uncover how Velo3D can help meet AM defense mission objectives.
You Will Learn How:
- Velo3D’s end-to-end solution allows mission-critical part design without design or part quality compromises.
- The Velo3D golden print file allows engineers to send a digital, sliced print file to any Sapphire printer deployed globally, and achieve the same results as a domestically located printer.
- The Department of Defense can design the best part possible without succumbing to the limitations of Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM)