Velo3D Goes Public, Sustainability Report on Additive Manufacturing, Halloween-Inspired Design, and More

DE Editors Brian Albright and Kenneth Wong discuss metal 3D companies going public, news from Rapid + TCT, DE Design and Simulation Summit, and more

DE Editors Brian Albright and Kenneth Wong discuss metal 3D companies going public, news from Rapid + TCT, DE Design and Simulation Summit, and more

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Velo3D is the latest metal-focused Additive Manufacturing (AM) firm to go public, following in the footsteps of Desktop Metal and Markforged. The trend suggests AM a robust sector serving more than a niche prototyping market. 

DE Editorial Director Brian Albright ventures out to his first in-person tradeshow since the pandemic shutdown. From Chicago, he reports on the Rapid + TCT Conference

The AM Green Trade Association (AMGTA) commissions a new sustainability report to assess how green AM is.

DE Design & Simulation Summit kicks off with a keynote on digital twins, followed by tracks on DfAM (Design for AM), workstation configuration, generative design, designer-friendly simulation, and more. 

Senior Editor Kenneth Wong calls for Halloween-inspired design projects. 

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