3D printing, the future of industrial gas tech production?


Global industry is ever evolving, constantly seeking new ways to increase production, decrease cost and save time. With the advent of 3D printing – also known as additive manufacturing (AM), the 21st century has seen applications across a huge range of sectors mass-produced on an unprecedented scale.

Velo3D, a US-based AM company has sought to take full advantage of this need, offering end-to-end software and hardware solutions for metal AM. By creating Velo3D, its founder and CEO, Benny Buller, aimed to solve a ‘fundamental flaw’ limiting the speed of AM adoption: the need for engineers to learn AM and a new design process, Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM).

And in an exclusive interview with Buller, gasworld was able to obtain insight into the benefits of AM across not only industry in general, but also in the context of industrial gas and its applications.

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