How to Leave Your Mark with Metal Additive Manufacturing (Part II)

by | Jan 31, 2022

As a designer, you probably aspire to change the world for the better, revise how we do things, or create a new capability that everyone else thinks is impossible. To make a true impact on the world, you have to “Leave Your Mark”.

Of course, it’s always easier to dream up and design your world-changing innovation, but can you manufacture it? And can you do so at the performance and time requirements needed to make a true business case to your organization?

As we at partner with our customers and see the different applications and innovations they want to create, our applications engineers have become experts at leveraging Velo3D technology to generate strong business cases.

But what are the types of applications or general types of geometries that Velo3D can unlock?

Watch our latest VeloVirtual, How to Leave Your Mark with Metal Additive Manufacturing (Part II), where our own Michael Rogerson, Senior Director of Global Partnerships and Daniel Driscoll, Applications Development Engineer, examine many new innovations unlocked by the Velo3D end-to-end additive manufacturing solution.

The webinar covers:

  • Why all additive manufacturing can’t “just print it?”
  • How the use (or overuse) of supports leads to design compromises
  • How Velo3D enables a reliable, scalable path to production without compromising design intent
  • How Velo3D is unique from conventional AM
  • A deep dive into applications that generate business
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As always, if you want to learn more about how Velo3D’s advanced end-to-end metal AM solution can transform your manufacturing process, get in touch with one of our expert engineers today.

About the Author

Amir Iliaifar

Sr. Content Marketing Manager

Amir Iliaifar is the Sr. Content Marketing Manager at Velo3D where he oversees the production and distribution of Velo3D’s global digital content marketing initiatives. Prior to joining the company, Amir worked for a leading professional drone manufacturer, several SaaS companies, and as an automotive tech journalist. He holds a Master of Arts in Digital Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.