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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.

HQCampbell, US
Employee Ratings4.5

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)90
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

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, US (HQ)
511 Division St
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Velo3D Financials and Metrics

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Velo3D total Funding

$50.1 m

Velo3D latest funding size

$28 m

Time since last funding

7 months 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 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

VELOVirtual: How to Build the Better Fuel Tank, Fast!

When printing pressure vessels and fuel tanks on the VELO 3D Sapphire, engineers can meet their design objectives and adapt quickly to changing product requirements. With a turnaround time to a printed part in days, a fully finished part can be tested in weeks. Changes elsewhere in …

A Conversation with Kurt Wagner, CEO of Wagner Machine Company

Our guest this month is Kurt Wagner,  the 2nd generation CEO of Wagner Machine Company. He is married with 3 children and enjoys mountain biking and reading about all things related to manufacturing. His company will be taking delivery of a Sapphire system in Q1 2021 to print Al F357 par…

VELOVirtual: The Innovator's Guide to Metal AM

VELO3D unlocks manufacturing for optimized designs that control the flow of fluids and the transfer of heat. These parts often feature complex internal geometries too difficult for conventional manufacturing. This forces engineers to compromise on performance to enable manufacturability.…

A Chat With Zach Coulson

Zach is currently a mechanical engineer at Tinker Air Force Base and previously, worked at Baker Hughes in a similar role.

VELOVirtual: Next Generation Heat Exchanger Design

  Stay tuned, a recording of this webinar will be available soon...  

VELOVirtual: Reimagining Turbomachinery Design

For Turbomachinery designers, current manufacturing technologies often limit the features and geometries that could improve performance. Complex internal channels, airfoil geometries, and thin walls are common features but, often, when it comes to manufacturing there are few choices avai…
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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 90 employees.

  • Who are Velo3D competitors?

    Competitors of Velo3D include Chung Yo Materials, NanoCore and Yorke Precision.

  • 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.