Almost all speakers for the upcoming AM Seminar at COMPAMED / MEDICA on November 13 are confirmed. Here 3D fab+print organise a half-day seminar dedicated to Additive Manufacturing for medical applications.
Last week the first two speakers at the AM Seminar have been announced, and this week we can announce two more.
Daniel Bomze – Lithoz GmbH
Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing (LCM) has emerged within the last years as a state of the art technology for the production of dense high-performance ceramics in the field of Additive Manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing of ceramics for biomedical application – Possibilities, challenges and perspectives
Beside high-performance biocompatible ceramics like zirkonia and silicon nitride, LCM also allows the structuring of bioresorbable creamics like tricalcium phosphate (TCP) or hydroxyapatite (HA). In his presentation, Daniel Bomze from Lithoz GmbH will provide an overview of the capabilities of the LCM process, the potential applications, and the current challenges of the technology.
Alberto Cajiao – 3D Systems
Additive Manufacturing techniques such as Direct Metal Printing (DMP), also known as Selective Laser Melting (SLM) offer unlimited geometric freedom, direct digital production, and shorter development time.
Direct metal printing in the implant industry
Alberto Cajiao from 3D Systems will speak about how the use of biocompatible materials such as Commercially Pure Titanium (grade 1 and 2), Ti6Al4V Gr. 23 (ELI), and CoCr, – among other metals – together with the possibility to create patient-specific or customised designs offers advantages for producing medical implants with Additive Manufacturing.
Attend the AM Seminar
Are you interested in attending the AM Seminar? For visitors and exhibitors there are no costs for attending, however, seats are limited so registration is required. This is done easily by sending an email to Jolanda Heunen with the subject line: AM Seminar at COMPAMED /MEDICA 2017 and in the body your name, function title, and the company you represent.