Podcast: Additive Manufacturing Without Compromise
Velo3D fulfills the original promise of AM by providing a complete end-to-end metal 3D printing solution for mission-critical parts
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January 6, 2022
Since its inception, AM promised to unlock design freedom for engineers. When AM reached the mission-critical metal parts market, it was quickly accompanied by a concept called “Design for Additive Manufacturing” or DfAM. However, a more accurate term would be “Design Restricted by Additive Manufacturing.”
DfAM limits engineers to the capabilities of conventional AM, only allowing for certain geometries, or adding supports to parts that must later be removed. These restrictions make conventional AM a poor solution to many of the world’s most complex engineering challenges.
Velo3D fulfills the original promise of AM by providing a complete end-to-end metal 3D printing solution for mission-critical parts used for space exploration, to enhance transportation efficiency, and to produce cleaner energy. Velo3D helps innovators build the complex parts they need without compromising design or quality.
As part of our Technology Leadership profile series, we spoke to Benny Buller, founder and CEO of Velo3D about the evolution of 3D printing.
Learn more about Velo3D here.
[Intro and end music courtesy of Bensound.]