On 13 November 2017, the first day of MEDICA, there will be an afternoon seminar dedicated to Additive Manufacturing for medical applications, organized by 3D fab+print.
The afternoon will consist of presentations, Q&A and discussion sessions on how Additive Manufacturing is changing processes and products in the medical world.
Learn about medical Additive Manufacturing at MEDICA / COMPAMED 2017
Additive Manufacturing opens up application possibilities that can’t be realised using traditional manufacturing methods. The technique enables the production of complex structures that are both light and strong and offers the option to quickly produce 3D models, to name but a few advantages.
Visitors of COMPAMED / MEDICA are invited to attend, pose questions and join the discussion during the AM Seminar on Monday 13 November from 13:00–17:00 h in room 812B (above Hall 8).
Costs and registration
For visitors and exhibitors, there are no costs for attending the AM Seminar. However, seats are limited so it is required to register to attend. Registration is done easily by sending an email to email@example.com with subject line: AM Seminar at MEDICA / COMPAMED 2017 and in the body your name, function title, and the company you represent.
Photo: 3D printed implant of a jaw bone
Photo: Front of 3D printed titanium sternum and ribs
For exhibitors: The floor is yours
Exhibitors at MEDICA / COMPAMED are offered the chance to talk about the ways in which Additive Manufacturing poses solutions as well as challenges, by giving a presentation on one of the related topics.
Suggested topics for giving a presentation include:
When you wish to give a presentation during the Additive Manufacturing Seminar at MEDICA / COMPAMED 2017, be sure to contact 3D fab+print’s Jolanda Heunen (Ms.) via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (+31 575 585 282) for further information.
About 3D fab+print
3D fab+print communicates knowledge and information on Additive Manufacturing (AM) and focuses on bringing professionals together to discuss both challenges and advantages of AM relative to a specific industry.
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