Case Study


Mohawk and VELO3D Innovate

for Next Generation Energy




In this case study, we will show how Mohawk Innovative Technology was able to realize their design in a Supercritical CO2 Application with VELO3D's SupportFree metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology. Neither traditional manufacturing methods non incumbent 3D printing technologies would have been able to produce the compressor housing without significant changes to the design. 

By manufacturing on VELO3D's platform, Mohawk were able to maintain the original design intent and created a part that is both less expensive to manufacture and more efficient.

Read the case study to see how Mohawk:

  • Produced their multifunctional part in a single print: housing, volute, and discharge
  • Reduced turnaround time on the part from 20 weeks to 3.5 days
  • Realized a 60% reduction in part cost and avoided huge upfront expenses by leveraging the power of SupportFree Additive Manufacturing