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Velo3D develops and manufactures metal laser sintering printing machines for 3D printing. Its solutions accelerate innovation by enabling system developers to design the most imaginative parts, and manufacture cost-effective solutions, eliminating the constraints of traditional manufacturing technologies.

TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQCampbell, US
Websitevelo3d.com
Employee Ratings4.4

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Employees (est.) (May 2019)97

Key People/Management at Velo3D

Benny Buller

Benny Buller

Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Chris Brozek

Chris Brozek

Executive Vice President of Operations
Gregory Brown

Gregory Brown

Vice President, Process Engineering
Tsvetan Tsvetanov

Tsvetan Tsvetanov

Vice President, Software Engineering
Chris Trout

Chris Trout

Senior Director, Customer Services
Zach Murphree

Zach Murphree

Director, Business Development
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Velo3D Office Locations

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

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Founding Date

2014

Velo3D total Funding

$22.1 m

Velo3D investors

Velo3D Online and Social Media Presence

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Velo3D News and Updates

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

Correcting Deformation Before the Build Begins

By Brian Spink 3D Printing or Additive manufacturing (AM) will take us beyond our limits and open doors to innovation. But, while it opens new frontiers of what is possible in production, AM is in many ways, still its own frontier. Advances in software, hardware and process knowledge are critical if…

High Aspect Ratio Structures

By Dr. Gregory Brown Velo3d is able to print impossible structures because we approach engineering challenges differently. One example is our non-contact recoater. Most of the industry uses a contact recoater to distribute the powder on to the build plate, like a squeegee for your windshield. This i…

2019 Breakthroughs for Additive Manufacturing

By Benny Buller 2019 is poised to become the breakthrough year when 3D metal printing advances beyond prototyping to finally deliver on its promise to revolutionize manufacturing technology. Additive manufacturing (AM) will become the preferred choice for complex, high value and mission-critical app…

Velo3D, Boom Technology and Supersonic Flight

By Zach Murphree, PhD Just over 15 years ago on October 24th, 2013 the Concorde flew its last flight. Since then there have been no options for supersonic air travel unless you are a fighter pilot or astronaut, and as someone who focused on super- and hypersonics in grad school, I’ve been disappoint…

Takeaways from the Munich Tech Conference

Stefan Zschiegner The one-of-a-kind Munich Tech Conference (MTC) offered the Velo3D team an excellent chance to participate in the advancement of the discussion around additive manufacturing (AM). The vision, shared by leaders including Oerlikon and its chairman Prof. Michael Süß, centers around a s…

Shrouded Impeller Applications

By Zach Murphree, Ph.D. Pumps and compressors are some of the most common pieces of industrial equipment, found in just about everything. One particular class of such pumps is the centrifugal pump, which has many uses in very demanding applications. The impeller in these pumps can either be open or …
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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 Gregory Brown.

  • How many employees does Velo3D have?

    Velo3D has 97 employees.

  • Who are Velo3D competitors?

    Competitors of Velo3D include Mott Corporation, Prodways Group and Origin.

  • 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.