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The transformative power of co-creation observed through the lens of Additive Manufacturing – Presented by Kristel Van den Bergh, Materialise
at the 3D Medtech Printing Conference, February 01, 2017, at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Additive manufacturing presents many exciting opportunities for the Medtech and wearables space, from rapid prototyping to final certified production. However, this raises questions with regards to product development:
How can we make the most of 3DP opportunities to create the greatest value?
How to ensure companies build innovations that are relevant for its customers and welcomed by the stakeholders in the ecosystem?
How do these innovations transform the way professionals interact with their customers?
How will supply chains for digitally manufactured applications change?
Through practical case studies from the medical and wearables industries, we will demonstrate the value of open innovation thinking where meaningful applications emerge through a guided co-collaborative process.

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Only 1 week left to register for #Medtech #3Dprinting Conference Mecc Maastricht Don’t miss 5 more conferences +expo

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“WATIFY – an EU initiative inspiring and helping traditional businesses in their technological transformation” – Presented by Stef Meijers, Brainport Development
at the 3D Medtech Printing Conference, which takes place on Feb 01 2017 at MECC Maastricht in The Netherlands.
To stimulate the uptake of advanced technologies – such as 3D-printing – the European Commission recently launched the WATIFY campaign. The biggest opportunity for Europe lies in the technological transformation of existing industries and enterprises. The challenge is to ensure that all industrial sectors and enterprises, large and small, make the best use of these technologies and manage their transition towards higher value products, services and processes. This presentation aims to give a sneak preview of the business opportunities offered by WATIFY.

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In 10 days, 3D #Bioprinting Conference in Maastricht! Register now! 9 internationally renowned speakers will talk about latest developments & discoveries in the field

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Towards printing personalized orthopaedic implants, the Prosperos project – Presented by Chris Arts, Maastricht UMC+
at the 3D Medtech Printing Conference, which takes place on Feb 01 2017 at MECC Maastricht in The Netherlands.
Prosperos (Printing Personalized Orthopedic Implants) is a research project between 12 partners led by Maastricht UMC + in the area of ​​smart, 3-D printed implants for repair of large bone defects. The research has been focused on the development of mechanical and biologically active implants that can be adapted to the personalized needs of each individual patient. Design, geometry and mechanical behavior can all be used to influence growth and attachment of bone cells on the implant surfaces. If successful, this will result in faster implant integration, faster rehabilitation and a reduction of re-operations incidence.

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Design & #3DPrinting of #orthopaedic shoes, what is possible? What lies ahead? Join us on Feb 01 & find outFontys Hogescholen

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Only 2 weeks left to register for #3DBioprinting Conference! Book your ticket now! 3 days of #medical #3DPrinting with 6 conferences + expo

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Learn more about #hydrogel #cell #printing to obtain hybrid constructs for bone tissue engineering, Jan31, #3DBioprinting Conference

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Don’t miss #Medtech #3Dprinting Conference, Feb 01, @MECC_Maastricht. Register now!

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Overview of the regulatory framework for 3D printed dental implants – Presented by Claudia Luetzeler, Luetzeler Kluemper
at the 3D Dental Printing Conference, which takes place on Feb 01, 2017 at MECC Maastricht in The Netherlands.
3D printing is not specifically regulated in the EU. However, the use of 3D printing for the manufacture of dental implants has to comply with legal requirements resulting from, among others, medical device law and data protection law. The presentation will provide an overview of the relevant provisions that are currently applicable and will also look into the future requirements of medical device law that will apply under the new Medical Devices Regulation.
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