Experts in the field of Additive Manufacturing for the medical world will provide first-hand knowledge ans insight for incorporating AM (3D printing) in the clinical practice.
Broaden your network
The conference program offers ample time to network with the presenters and all other attendants. You will meet medical profesionals with various specialisations from across the world.
Photo: 3D printed implant of a jaw bone
Photo: Front of 3D printed titanium sternum and ribs
Learn from 3D experts
Medical is one of the fastest growing application areas of 3D printing – or Additive Manufacturing. After a very successfull first 3D fab+print Seminar at MEDICA / COMPAMED 2017, this year Additive Manufacturing will again be addressed at the yearly international trade fair for the medical professionals in Düsseldorf / Germany.
On Monday, 12 November 2018, a full-dayConference on Additive Manufacturing for medical applications will be organized at MEDICA / COMPAMED, where global professionals can gain (more) insight in the most interesting developments. Since the 3D printing market is a rapidly evolving one – especially in the medical field, with application options increasing and being tweaked each day – staying regularly updated on the possibilities of Additive Manufacturing is vital.
The 3D fab+print AMC agenda on Monday, 12 November 2018, 10:30 h– 16:30 h
[Version: 18 October 2018, subject to changes]
The conference program offers medical professionals a thorough insight in the possibilities offered by implementing Additive Manufaturing into the medical practice. You will gain knowledge about 3D printing processes and learn about various application options.
The conference presentations tie in with specific information need of medical professionals and are interesting for both newcomers to Additive Manufacturing and professionals that have already gained an insight at AM.
Katharina Augsten Stratasys GmbH
Cécile Boudot Evonik
Alexander Steimle FEMTOprint SA
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Dorweiler University Medical Center Mainz
10:30 – 10:45 h Walk-in with coffee / tea
10:45 h – 11:10 h 3D-Printing in Medicine Katharina Augsten, Healthcare Sales Manager EMEA, Stratasys GmbH, Rheinmünster/ Germany Abstract: How 3D printing can improve patient care, reduce operational costs and increase efficiency within the clinical environment.
11:10 h – 11:35 h 3D printing bioresorbable PLA-based polymers for medical device Cécile Boudot, Dipl.-Ing., Biomedical and Materials Engineer, Head Application Technology Biomaterials Medical Devices, Evonik, Darmstadt / Germany
Abstract: How AM is capable to build complex, porous and multi-material shapes. Multiple 3D printing technologies that can be used within the current market.
11:35 h – 12:00 h 3D printed micro devices out of glass: Enabling innovative medical applications Alexander Steimle, Managing Partner, Head of Advisory and M&A Services, FEMTOprint SA, Muzzano / Switzerland
Abstract: How innovative medical applications are enabled by a novel subtractive manufacturing technique that allows the fabrication of 3D printed micro-devices out of glass and other transparent materials, integrating fluidic, mechanical and optical functionalities in single monoliths.
12:00 h – 13:30 h Lunch break / time to stroll the expo floor
13:30 h – 13:55 h Use of 3D-printed anatomical models in cardiothoracic and vascular surgery Prof. Dr. Bernhard Dorweiler, Specialist for vascular surgery, Section Head of Vascular Surgery, Clinic and Polyclinic for Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery, University Medical Center Mainz, Mainz
Abstract: 3D-printed models of vascular, cardiac and bronchial structures for use in surgical planning, patient education and resident training.
13:55 h – 14:20 h Repairing people using innovative bioceramics Dr. Grégory Nolens, Biomedical Scientist, CEO, Cerhum, Liege / Belgium
Abstract: When and why 3D printing bone is a good idea, get into more detail regarding the composition of printed bone material, and take the audience on a journey toward contemplating about what will be next? Read more...
14:20 h – 14:45 h Regenerative medicine, possible with 3D printing? Christine Kinet, Business Development Manager, 3D-side, Leuven / Belgium
Abstract: If the human mechanics can already be mimicked using 3D printing, one might expect the possibility to 3D-print the human biology in the future; is regenerative medicine possible with 3D printing?
14:45 h – 15:00 h Break with coffee / tea
15:00 h – 15:25 h Additive manufacturing – new but not experimental anymore Laura Kastenmayer, Application Engineer, Sales Dept. Additive Manufacturing, TRUMPF Lasertechnik, Ditzingen / Germany
Abstract: Additive Manufacturing is new but not experimental anymore, explains why it makes sense to take a closer look at metal powder bed melting in the medical technology industry, and discusses similarities and differences to established technologies when integrating additive manufacturing into a certified production environment.
15:25 h – 15:50 h Direct metal printing – The path to cleared devices Bert Engelen, Senior Project Manager Healthcare, 3D Systems, Leuven / Belgium
Abstract: Through their first-hand experience with the technology, 3D Systems Leuven has established a proven strategy for process and product development to meet regulatory requirements. Correspondingly, their support enables medical device manufacturers to fast-track the adoption of Direct Metal Printing as a production scale manufacturing technology, getting new devices to the market with minimal effort.
15:50 h – 16:55 h Panel discussion hosted by GE Additive Moderator:Stephan Zeidler, Business Development Manager Medical, GE Additive
17:00 h End of the conference
Registration & Tickets
Pricing for the 1-day conference is 295 EURO (incl. VAT)
The number of attendents is limited to 100. First come – first serve!
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