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3D printing technology has an increasingly important part to play in the medical sector. Made-to-measure implants produced directly from digital data open up greater scope for product personalization. Successful application examples also include 3D printed models used to plan surgical procedures.

Events (3)

Wednesday, 9 September 2020

Extended Applications for Healthcare with AM

12:30 - 12:50,

Speaker

Dr. Sherline Wunder
Process Engineering Manager, Jabil

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Industrieller Polymer 3D-Druck für Implantate und Schablonen

13:00 - 13:10,

Speaker

Martin Herzmann
Business Development Kumovis GmbH

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FFF-Verfahren führt zu Einsparungen von 30 %

13:30 - 13:40,

Speaker

Uwe Popp
Managing Director bei Apium Additive Technologies GmbH

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Exhibitors presenting content in this application area (10)

EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems

EOS is the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers. The EOS systems, materials, and process…

Krailling / München

Germany

Hall 2 / E 2175

Irpd AG

We are the Swiss market and technology leader for the design, production and distribution of additively manufactured products. Additive technologies…

St. Gallen

Switzerland

Hall 2 / D 2121

Jet Clean Systems AG

SURFAST® , the unique technology for surface machining, developped by Jet Clean Systems Ltd.

Hall 2 / A 2003

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3D printing technology has an increasingly important part to play in the medical sector. Made-to-measure implants produced directly from digital data open up greater scope for product personalization. Successful application examples also include 3D printed models used to plan surgical procedures.

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