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Stacey DelVecchio

Stacey DelVecchio

Stacey D. Consulting

Stacey DelVecchio, F.SWE is President of StaceyD Consulting LLC, focused on the business of additive manufacturing. She is a technical advisor with the SME’s Additive Manufacturing Technical Community and a previous industry peer review panelist for Oakridge National Labs Manufacturing Development Facility. DelVecchio is a sought-after speaker on the value of additive and has been quoted in numerous technical magazines on 3D printing. Prior to launching her own consulting business, she was the Additive Manufacturing Product Manager for Caterpillar Inc. where her team leveraged the technology in all spaces, including new product introduction, supply chain and operations. Her team focused on deploying the technology by working with Caterpillar product groups on design for additive. DelVecchio also managed their Additive Manufacturing Factory. In her 30 years in industry, most of which was at Caterpillar, DelVecchio held numerous positions in engineering and manufacturing. In addition to her additive manufacturing work, her other notable experiences include the build and start-up for a green field facility in China, hose & coupling world-wide engineering management, new product introduction management for Cat Fuel Systems, and management of the project management office for Caterpillar engines. DelVecchio also developed an engineering pipeline strategy to ensure the best engineering talent is available to meet global enterprise needs. DelVecchio holds a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Cincinnati. She is a Past President of the Society of Women Engineers and has received the society’s Advocating Women in Engineering Award. DelVecchio is a past vice-chair of the Women in Engineering Committee for the World Federation of Engineering Organization where she represented the American Association of Engineering Societies and is championing global expansion of the Society of Women Engineers. In 2021, DelVecchio edited her first book, Women in 3D Printing: From Bones to Bridges and Everything in Between.



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