Velo3D, Campbell, California, USA, has announced its 2023 roadshow – the Proof is in the Printing Additive Manufacturing Tour. The tour will visit eight US cities and builds on the company’s previous roadshow series, which brought together more than 400 engineers around the US to learn about how metal Additive Manufacturing could help transform their businesses.
“Over the past year, we’ve heard a lot of skepticism about whether metal additive manufacturing can truly deliver consistency at scale across different machines without extensive requalification,” stated Renette Youssef, Velo3D Chief Marketing Officer. “This year’s roadshows will focus on sharing real-world examples of companies that have qualified parts for production use-cases and achieved scalability across different 3D printers to create distributed supply chains. The events are a great way to learn about 3D printing and network with other engineers who are exploring the same technology.”
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Each roadshow is a half-day event that includes presentations from Velo3D leadership team members, partners, and customers. It is hoped that, by attending, engineers can hear how their peers are utilising metal Additive Manufacturing to produce parts and qualify them for use by utilising Velo3D’s integrated AM solution. Presentations will also discuss how to optimise the Additive Manufacturing process to produce more performant parts and increase throughput.
Tour dates have been scheduled for the following cities:
- Phoenix, Arizona: March 29
- Denver, Colorado: April 27
- Houston, Texas: May 17
- Jupiter, Florida: June 15
- Long Beach, California: August 17,
- Detroit, Michigan: September 20
- Fremont, California: October 19
- Cincinnati, Ohio: November
Further dates will be announced for events in Europe and Asia. Velo3D’s distribution partner GoEngineer will also host a roadshow in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
“If you have struggled to go into production with high-quality, additively manufactured metal parts, this roadshow lays down the groundwork to speed up and simplify the process,” stated Josh Brown, Director of Metal AM, GoEngineer. “Attendees will leave with a clear understanding of how to utilise metal Additive Manufacturing for their mission-critical parts and qualify them for production use.”
Those interested can register here.