3DPOD Episode 25: Velo3D, Knust-Godwin, and 3D printing in the Oil & Gas industry

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This episode of the 3DPod is one without me in it. I had to miss this one since I was getting evacuated from Ecuador, exciting times. Instead of me, you got a bunch of good people though. Max hosted together with 3DPrint.com’s own Michael Molitch-Hou. Today the subject was very specific about Velo3D metal 3D printing. Velo3D can now make 1m tall parts with a new updated Velo3D system. The new Velo system can now 3D print much taller parts than we are used to in DMLS. Mike Corliss is from Knust-Godwin a Houston based precision manufacturing company that’s been using 3D printing for over 8 years to make metal parts for the oil and gas industry. What will they do with their new capabilities? What does it mean for oil and gas to be able to 3D print larger metal parts? Why is it important to them? We hope that you enjoy this episode.

Previously we talked with Materialise CEO Fried VancraenEOS CEO Marie Langer, 3D Printing COVID, Ty Pollak about Open Additive, the ethics of 3D printing & handheld scanning.

People we admire in 3D printing.

Greg Paulson joins us to talk about 3D printing trends.

Velo3D’s Zach Murphy talks about Velo’s technology and development.

We interview Formalloy’s Melanie Lang on directed energy deposition.

Greg Paulsen of Xometry talks to us about 3D printing applications and 3D printing at scale.

Here we discuss 3D Printing in space.

We interview pioneering designer Scott Summit as he crosses Amsterdam on a bicycle.

Janne is another pioneering designer in 3D Printing.

3D Printing in Medicine.

3D Printed Guns.

Interview with 3D Scanning pioneer Michael Raphael.

3D Printers in the classroom, panacea or not?

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, what is happening now?

We’re all going to live forever with bioprinting.

The first episode: Beyond PLA.

 

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