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Velo3D is a company that develops and manufactures solutions for metal 3D printing. It provides Sapphire, a metal additive manufacturing printer, Flow, print preparation software, and Assure, a quality assurance and control system.

TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQCampbell, CA, US
Websitevelo3d.com
Employee Ratings4

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)115(+8%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Velo3D

Benny Buller

Benny Buller

Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chris Brozek

Chris Brozek

Executive Vice President of Operations
Rob Higby

Rob Higby

Chief Customer Officer
Gregory Brown

Gregory Brown

Vice President, Process Engineering
Zach Murphree

Zach Murphree

Vice President, Technical Partnerships
Alex Varlahanov

Alex Varlahanov

Vice President, Engineering
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Velo3D Office Locations

Velo3D has an office in Campbell
Campbell, CA, US (HQ)
511 Division St
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Velo3D Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Velo3D total Funding

$50.1 m

Velo3D latest funding size

$28 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Velo3D investors

Velo3D's latest funding round in April 2020 was reported to be $28 m. In total, Velo3D has raised $50.1 m
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Velo3D Operating Metrics

Feb, 2021

Products

5

Applications

3

Patents (US)

36

Trademarks (US)

3
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Velo3D Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

82/100

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Velo3D Online and Social Media Presence

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Velo3D News and Updates

Serena Williams-backed SPAC to take digital manufacturing firm Velo3D public in $1.6 billion deal

Summary List PlacementDigital manufacturing firm Velo3D announced on Tuesday that it will merge with Jaws Spitfire Acquisition, a blank-check company backed by tennis legend Serena Williams, in a deal that will put the combined company at an enterprise value of approximately $1.6 billion. The merge…

VELO3D Appoints Jon Porter to Lead Expansion of Commercial Operations throughout Europe

As California-based metal additive manufacturing (AM) leader VELO3D continues on its accelerated growth path, the company has announced the appointment of Jon Porter to head its commercial operations in Europe. Based in the U.K., Porter will oversee VELO3D’s ongoing expansion efforts into this key s…

VELO3D Signs Agreement with CRP Meccanica for Exclusive Distributorship of High-Performance Metal 3D Printing Systems in Italy

CRP Meccanica—a 50 years’ leader in high-precision CNC machining services with 20 years’ experience in the field of metal additive technologies—has signed an agreement with VELO3D to be an exclusive distributor for VELO3D’s advanced SupportfreeTM Metal 3D printing systems in the Italian market. It …

VELO3D Partners with GoEngineer to Meet Rising Demand for Metal 3D-Printing Systems

VELO3D has announced the formation of a U.S.-wide distribution partnership with GOENGINEER

Metal 3D printing startup Velo3D launches its first product

For three years, Velo3D has operating in stealth mode. The bay area based startup has largely managed to fly on the radar, in spite of raising an impressive $90 million since launching in June 2015. Today, however, the 120 person company is finally ready to discuss what it’s been working on, just as…

Velo3D Blogs

What Happens When Optimized Geometry Meets Limitless Manufacturing

Our work with Launcher and Ansys is just one example of what can be accomplished when next-gen software and modeling combine with revolutionary manufacturing processes in metal AM. The post What Happens When Optimized Geometry Meets Limitless Manufacturing appeared first on VELO3D.

3Din30 Episode 3: Additive Manufacturing in Hypersonic Testing

In our latest episode,we explore a unique, cutting-edge application for additive manufacturing: hypersonic testing, particularly the research work by Zucrow Labs at Purdue University. The post 3Din30 Episode 3: Additive Manufacturing in Hypersonic Testing appeared first on VELO3D.

How VELO3Dis Redefining the Jet Engine

The ability to build mission-critical parts at equal or higher quality than traditional manufacturing methods, in a fraction of the time, is a game-changer for the entire aerospace and aviation industries. The post How VELO<sup>3D</sup>is Redefining the Jet Engine appeared first on VELO3…

VELO3D 3Din30 Episode 2: Making the Switch to Additive Manufacturing

Making the switch from traditional forms of manufacturing, or supplementing current production operations with metal AM, can revolutionize entire industries from space, to under the earth The post VELO<sup>3D</sup> 3Din30 Episode 2: Making the Switch to Additive Manufacturing appeared fi…

Hunting the Elusive Aluminum Alloy

The combination of F357 with the capabilities of the VELO3D metal additive system has significant advantages over AlSi10Mg and legacy metal AM and can eliminate engineering compromises that in the past could not be avoided. The post Hunting the Elusive Aluminum Alloy appeared first on VELO3D.

Introducing 3Din30: A LinkedIn Live Series From VELO3D

Our Linkedin Live series, 3Din30, is a way to interact with those who have questions about the metal AM world, and how we can support you. The post Introducing 3Din30: A LinkedIn Live Series From VELO<sup>3D</sup> appeared first on VELO3D.
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Velo3D Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Velo3D founded?

    Velo3D was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Velo3D key executives?

    Velo3D's key executives are Benny Buller, Chris Brozek and Rob Higby.

  • How many employees does Velo3D have?

    Velo3D has 115 employees.

  • Who are Velo3D competitors?

    Competitors of Velo3D include Airbus APWorks, 3DEO and AddiFab.

  • Where is Velo3D headquarters?

    Velo3D headquarters is located at 511 Division St, Campbell.

  • Where are Velo3D offices?

    Velo3D has an office in Campbell.

  • How many offices does Velo3D have?

    Velo3D has 1 office.