Across industries, professionals are dealing with disruption and change from the effects of COVID-19, and nowhere is that more acute than in manufacturing. Even with conventional additive systems, manufacturers in aerospace and energy, for example, have been skeptical about quality and production repeatability.
So, what’s changed? What kind of additive manufacturing technologies should you consider for reliable, repeatable, and predictable parts development? How will AM solve for direct-part replacement and complex supply chains? And how can we address DfAM or part consolidation?
Find the answers to those questions and more in Achievable Innovation: How Advanced Metal Additive is Reshaping Manufacturing. These critical insights—from Velo3D Founder & CEO, Benny Buller—address the ways advanced metal AM can help overcome the many challenges facing the manufacturing industry.
- When to consider additive manufacturing
- What product-ready additive means for your supply chain
- Why DfAM is no longer part of the equation to producing optimal parts
- How advanced metal additive is already transforming manufacturing programs