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Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015

 

3D Printing

 3D Printing Keynotes
08:45IDTechEx
Analysis of the 3D Printing Industry: Applications, Unmet Needs and Future Markets
Ms Rachel Gordon, Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
09:10Stratasys
Multi-Material 3D Printing
Dr Ira Yudovin-Farber, New Chemistries Group Manager
Stratasys
Israel
09:35Univ Medical Centre Utrecht
From Total Cranial Implant to 3D Bioprinting
Dr Bon Verweij, Neurosurgeon
Univ Medical Centre Utrecht
Netherlands
10:00Leiden Institute of Physics
Mechanical Metamaterials
Prof Martin van Hecke,
Leiden Institute of Physics
Netherlands
10:25Break
11:30Lockheed Martin
Opportunities for Production Implementation of Additive Manufacturing at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Mr Brian Rosenberger, LM Fellow
Lockheed Martin
United States
 3D Printing Materials
11:55CTTC
Additive Manufacturing Technologies for Ceramic Parts and Ceramic Components
Dr Malgorzata Piechowiak, R&D Manager
CTTC
France
12:20Better Future Factory
Which Plastics can be Recycled into 3D Printing Filament?
Mr Jonas Martens, Captain and Chief Executive Officer
Better Future Factory
Netherlands
12:453D Printing Awards
13:10Lunch
 End Users of 3D Printing
14:30LayerWise
What is the Manufacturing Potential of Selective Laser Melting?
Mr Tom De Bruyne, General Manager & DMP Market Development Manager
LayerWise
Belgium
14:55Architected Materials
Applications for 3D Printed Micro-Lattice Light Weight Composite Sandwich Structures
Bamidele Ali, VP Business Development
Architected Materials
United States
15:203D Labor TU-Berlin
3D Technologies for Museums in Berlin
Prof Hartmut Schwandt, Project Leader
3D Labor TU-Berlin
Germany
15:45FIT production
An additively Manufactured Titanium Implant for Neurocranial Reconstruction
Mr Harald Schmid, Project Engineer
FIT production
Germany
16:10Break
 3D Bioprinting
16:45VU University Medical Centre
New 3D Printing System for the Medical Market
Dr Ernst Jan Bos,
VU University Medical Centre
Netherlands
17:10Fraunhofer IGB
Bioinks - Printable Biological Tissue
Dr Kirsten Borchers, Senior Scientist
Fraunhofer IGB
Germany
18:00Day 1 Ends

Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015

 

3D Printing

 Structural Electronics and 3D Printing
08:30Local Motors Inc
Co-Creating and 3D Printing Next Generation of Vehicles
Mr Damien Declercq, Executive Vice President EMEA
Local Motors Inc
United States
08:55Safran Microturbo
Application of 3D Printing to the More Electrical Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) System
Mr Frederic Verdeaux, R&T project Manager
Safran Microturbo
France
09:45Imperial College London (The Composites Centre)
'Massless' Energy - Structural Power Composites
Dr Emile Greenhalgh, Reader in Composite Materials
Imperial College London (The Composites Centre)
United Kingdom
10:10Break
 3D Printed Electronics
11:15Optomec Inc
Micrometer-scale 3D Printing with Aerosol Jet
Mr Mike O'Reilly, Director, Aerosol Jet Product Management
Optomec Inc
United States
11:40Neotech Services MTP
3D Printed Electronics - Applications and Production Technology
Dr Martin Hedges, Managing Director
Neotech Services MTP
Germany
12:05BotFactory Inc
Printed Circuit Boards, a Hacker's Analysis
Mr Carlos Ospina, CTO
BotFactory Inc
United States
12:30Camtek
3D Functional Inkjet Printer as a Manufacturing Platform for PCB Solder Mask and Legend Direct Deposition
Dr Eliane Liraz, Materials R&D Manager
Camtek
Israel
12:55Lunch
 3D Printing Technologies
14:30Cranfield University
WAAM - Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing
Mr Jorn Mehnen, Reader in Computational Manufacturing
Cranfield University
United Kingdom
14:55TNO - Holst Centre
Towards High-Resolution Multi-Material AM: Lepus NXT
Rik Starmans,
TNO - Holst Centre
Netherlands
15:203Dponics
3D Printing + Hydroponics = 3Dponics
Mr Michael Golubev, CEO/Urban Farmer
3Dponics
Canada
15:45Delektre Ltd
3D Printing has Been Turned into True Mass Manufacturing Globally
Mr Antti Backman, CEO
Delektre Ltd
Finland
16:10Break
 3D Printing of Electronics
16:40Ceradrop
Hybrid Materials Deposition Technology Dedicated to Ceramics Smart 3D Printing
Mr Nicolas Bernardin, Deputy Managing Director
Ceradrop
France
17:05ELMATICA AS
When will the PCB go 3D?
Mr Jan Pedersen, Chief Supply Chain Officer
ELMATICA AS
Norway
17:30TUM
Approach for Integrating Three-Dimensional Conductive Paths in Additively Manufactured Parts.
Mr Johannes Glasschröder, Assistant
TUM
Germany
17:55Day 2 Ends
 
 

Tuesday April 28, 2015

3D Bioprinting (16:45 - 18:00)

16:45 - 17:10 "New 3D Printing System for the Medical Market"
 
 
17:10 - 17:35 "Bioinks - Printable Biological Tissue"
The future vision of implants comprises the generation of artificial tissue generated from the patient's own cells. Furthermore, sophisticated complex tissue models will help to perform adequate in vitro testing and avoid animal experiments. We develop printable and photo-crosslinkable material systems which are based on the bio-polymers from the natural extracellular matrix of soft tissue. Such bioinks are biomimetic matrices for 3D encapsulation of cells and cell printing and result in hydrogel compounds which can be tailored to mimic the biochemical and mechanical properties of native tissues.
 
18:00 Day 1 Ends