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3D Printing Pushes the Boundaries of Healthcare

3D printing helps innovators develop better and safer medical devices, procedures, instruments and patient care simulators. Watch this webinar to learn how universities, like the University of Florida CAMLS (Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation), uses MRI data to create 3D printed bone and muscle models as well as other medical device research prototypes.

USF Surgeons

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How USF CAMLS uses 3D printing to shorten medical device time-to-market
  • When to implement 3D printing into the medical device design cycle
  • How 3D printing saves time in the production of medical devices
  • How it’s possible to 3D print flexible and rigid material at the same time, better emulating human anatomy
  • How 3D printing costs compare to traditional manufacturing methods

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • University Research Associates
  • Medical Design Technicians
  • Medical Education Professionals
  • Medical Device Engineers
  • Medical Device Validation Labs
  • R&D Professionals

PRESENTERS

Mario Simoes, Chief Engineer Tampa Bay Research and Innovation Center at CAMLS
Bruce Bradshaw, Director of Marketing for North America, Stratasys

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