Velo3D, Inc. produces metal additive three dimensional printers in the United States and internationally. The company's printers enable the production of components for space rockets, jet engines, fuel delivery systems, and other high value metal parts, which it sells or leases to customers for use in their businesses. It offers Flow, a proprietary software platform, which scans part designs for geometrical features; Sapphire and Sapphire XC printers; Assure, a quality control system software platform that includes process metrologies; and Intelligent Fusion, an underlying manufacturing process that unifies and manages the information flow, sensor data from approximately 950 sensors, and the advanced printing technology for precision control of the entire print. The company also provides support services. Its customers range from small- and medium-sized enterprises to Fortune 500 companies in the space, aviation, defense, energy, and industrial markets. The company was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Campbell, California.
Velo3D was founded in 2015 in Silicon Valley by Ben Yuhas, Benny Buller, and Dr. Ahmad Soueid. Velo3D's revolutionary 3D printing technology incorporates automated process control and simulation-based capabilities. These capabilities embed intelligence within the printer to save time, increase production of complex geometry, and eliminate costly guesswork.
Velo3D's mission is to revolutionize 3D printing technology and deliver innovative solutions to manufacturing supply chains.
Velo3D's vision is to be the global leader in advanced 3D printing technologies and solutions.
Mr. Bradley Allen Kreger (Exec. VP of Operations)
Dr. Gregory Brown (VP of Technology)
Mr. Robert Okunski (VP of Investor Relations)
Dr. Zachary Murphree (VP of Global Sales & Bus. Devel.)
Ms. Jessie Lockhart (Chief People Officer)
Mr. Jon Porter (Head of European Commercial Operations)
Recognition and Awards
Velo3D has won numerous awards for its innovative 3D printing solutions, including the “Top 10 World-Changing Innovations” from Popular Mechanics magazine, the Grand Prize at the 2018 Silicon Valley Inventors Show, and the “Innovator of the Year” award from 3D Printing Industry.