For Immediate Release June 15, 2019 Summary: The experts at a leading 3D printer and software developing company, Velo3D, explains how additive manufacturing is superior to traditional manufacturing. Velo3D Discusses the Benefits of Additive Manufacturing Compared to Traditional Manufacturing June 15, 2019 – Campbell, CA –For the most part, manufacturers all around the world have used many of the same basic manufacturing practices since the Industrial Revolution in the late 1800s. Though these practices may be ideal in some situations, additive manufacturing is far superior in many ways. Velo3D, a California-based provider of 3D printing solutions, says there are numerous reasons to make the switch to additive manufacturing. In additive manufacturing, objects are made with layer after layer of material that build up to become a solid object. In traditional manufacturing, just the opposite occurs – objects are cut from blocks of material into their desired shape. This is known as subtractive manufacturing. To put this into perspective, think about the steps involved in making a reusable plastic drinking bottle. In a traditional subtractive manufacturing setting, plastic would be added to a mold where it can be heated and compressed into the desired shape. When the bottle comes out of the mold, material must be cut away before the bottle can take its final shape. However, in an additive manufacturing setting, the bottle is created with layer after layer of plastic and there is no need for a mold. This results in less waste, which can save companies a great deal of money over time. This money savings is only one benefit associated with 3D printing and additive manufacturing, too. In traditional manufacturing settings, it is almost impossible to create complex objects and parts due to the limitations of the existing technology. Complex geometry simply cannot be properly molded, and that means product designers must often design around the limitations of today’s tech. When it comes to 3D printing, though, this is simply not the case. Today’s 3D printers can create even the most complex objects, regardless of the angle or the associated geometry – all without wasting any material. Velo3D’s unique approach to 3D printing with its Sapphire 3D printing system and Flow software aims to maximize the potential of today’s technology. The company designed the hardware and software in such a way that it is incredibly versatile, astonishingly simple to use, and able to make accurate predictions about printing outcomes, which benefits the product design team and does not limit them. To learn more about Velo3D and its state-of-the-art technology, visit the company’s website. You can also contact them via phone at (408)610-3915 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also fill out the short contact form online. About the Company: Velo3D is in Campbell, California and aims to address and resolve some of the most common manufacturing challenges that exist today. Their Sapphire and Flow system is an all-inclusive solution that helps companies in numerous industries take their manufacturing capabilities to the next level. Not only do they offer outstanding products that are user friendly enough for anyone to understand, but they also strive to keep the 3D printing and additive manufacturing industries moving forward day after day.