October 9, 2020 · in Industry News
Velo3D Q&A on 3-D printing tall parts

Zach Murphree, vice present, technical partnerships, Velo3D, and Mike Corliss, vice president of technology, Knust-Godwin, recently took part in an extensive Q&A about 3-D printing meter-tall parts. Touted as the tallest build envelope in the powder-bed fusion category, Velo3D’s Sapphire system is the next generation metal additive manufacturing system designed for SupportFree metal 3-D printing. In the Q&A, Murphree and Corliss address the development of Sapphire, investing in additive manufacturing and the advantages of doing so. To see the entire Q&A, click here.


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