Welcome to 3dp MedTech
A full day conference on how to use 3d printing in the medtech sector
With 3d printing you can produce patient specific solutions, but a prerequisite is digital patient data. We will show what tools are available to use digital data for constructing digital 3d models that can be 3d printed.
The major breakthrough area for 3d printing in the medtech sector is implants, not least for orthopedic and maxillofacial solutions. We have invited several speakers who will show how they are 3d printing patient specific metal implants. We will also be showcasing medical guides and models, used in surgery, as well as training.
Bio printing – the ability to 3d print living tissue for regenerative medicine, has huge potential, ranging from drug testing, to fully functioning organs. There is a number of pre-clinical studies in this field around the world. We have invited one of the leading researcher, Dr. Paul Gatenholm, from Chalmers in Gothenburg. Dr. Gatenholm will describe how this technology works, how it can be used, and give examples of the most promising research projects.
SEK 3,995 (+VAT)
• If you register up until March 31st, the price is SEK 2,995 (+VAT), and if you register up until April 15th, the price is SEK 3,495 (+VAT)
What’s in it for me?
• A full day conference with unique knowledge on digitization and 3d printed medtech solutions, from implants to bio-printing
• Network with peers
• Breakfast, lunch and two coffee breaks
• Access to the sponsor area, where you can find out more about 3d printers, materials and 3d printed solutions
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From patient data to production
How to work with digital image data in constructing 3d printed medtech applications.
Speaker: Fredrik Sporrong, Mobelife / Materialise
Bio printing tissue – from models tol clinical usage
A global report from the world of bio printing and a description on how the technology and bio inks research is progressing.
Speaker: Dr Paul Gatenholm, Chalmers
Three types of implants produced with EBM technology
A detailed walkthrough of the planning, production and fitting of EBM printed patient specific implants.
Speaker: Lars-Erik Rännar, associate professor, Mittuniversitetet / Mid Sweden University
Bone growth in porous, 3d printed implants
A look at the research conducted in the bone growth of porous 3d printed implants. What are the pros and cons?
Speaker: Dr. Patrik Stenlund, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden and BIOMATCELL
Tumor removal using 3d printed guides and implants
Craniotomy to remove tumor using a full 3d digital workflow, including design and manufacturing using 3d printing.
Speaker: Ed Littlewood, Renishaw
Cranial and maxillofacial implants for clinical use
An in-depth description at how the Laboratory of Additive Technologies in Medicine at the Technical University of Kosice in Slovakia are using 3d printing to create patient specific implants for cranial and maxillofacial clinical use. They have so far used these on 17 patients and produced hundreds of implants.
Speaker: Professor Radovan Hudak, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
The hospital innovation centre
SLL Innovation at Danderyd hospital in Stockholm is a unit where engineers can construct and produce tools and guides ad hoc with 3d print technology. They have used 3d printing since 2009 and can produce in bio compatible materials. This allows them to tailor products to the individual patient.
Speaker: Christian Thunborg, engineer, SLL Innovation, Danderyd hospital
Patient specific implants
3dp.se is a Swedish B2B news site that covers 3d printing tech for professional use. We publish daily tech news, as well as deep-probing articles and interviews with experts. We also cover the major trade fairs and conferences in the 3d printing eco-system. We also arrange a number of annual conferences for verticals such as automotive, aerospace, dental, medtech, architecture and fashion. The website is run by the Nordic publishing house AGI.