3Din30 Episode 15: Realizing Your Innovation Without Compromise

December 17, 2021

Today, more and more companies use Velo3D’s metal additive manufacturing (AM) solution for their production needs, leveraging its unparalleled level of repeatability and design freedom to realize their parts, improve performance, and streamline their supply chains. But is this technology the right choice for you and your organization’s needs?

That was the topic of our latest 3Din30 – Realizing Your Innovation Without Compromise. The show, part of our ongoing LinkedIn Live series, featured Tyler Reid, Technical Director and Josh Brown, Director of Metal AM at GoEngineer, the exclusive US distributor of Velo3D solutions.

In this episode, we discussed their experiences on the front line of AM innovation and broke down the checkpoints, or gates, commonly used to evaluate manufacturing technologies to answer the following: can you print the required geometries; what is the cost structure; are the right materials available; can you certify the part; and is there a viable path to scaled production? 

Of course, we like to think that every episode of 3Din30 is a good opportunity to learn more about AM, but this episode is an excellent for those new to the AM world, or simply want to learn more about the technology’s capabilities, specifically the Velo3D end-to-end 3D metal AM solution.

So, join us we explore how you too can realize your innovations without compromise.

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About the Author

Amir Iliaifar

Director of Content

Amir Iliaifar is the Director of Content 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.