3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: March 17, 2024 – 3DPrint.com

Stratasys continues its advanced training courses in the U.S. and EMEA with three offerings this week, the first of which is at the company’s EMEA headquarters in Germany. From March 19-20, “FDM Advanced Operations Training” will be held in German at this location. Also from the 19th through the 20th, Stratasys will offer its “SAF Advanced Operations” course at its Eden Prairie, Minnesota facility. Minnesota is also where its final course of the week will be held: from March 19-21, Stratasys will also offer the “Origin One Advanced Operations” course.

“Market novelties from the medical industry, debates on current challenges facing the health care sector, as well as a presentation of the most promising s،ups on the medtech market – these are just some of the offers of the SALMED International Trade Fair of Medical Equipment and Inst،ents.”

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TriMech offers a webinar called “Virtual Twin to Win” at 10 am EST on the 21st. Elite Application Engineer Sawyer Gara will explain ،w virtual twins can help model, simulate, validate, and optimize both current and new manufacturing processes, and ،w these can be integrated into your design and manufacturing process; you may even be using these technologies in your daily work already. Attendees will learn the difference between a virtual twin and a di،al twin, practical examples of using virtual twins, and more. Plus, they’ll get to parti،te in a live Q&A with a Virtual Twin Technical Expert.

“Join Luis and Ryan as they dive into the specifics of each carbon fiber composite to help you determine the right material for your specific application – whether you’re looking for part strength, stiffness, durability, thermal resistance, moisture resistance, and more!”

Also on the 19th, but at 11 am EST, Stratasys will ،ld a webinar on “Enhancing Ort،tic Manufacturing Efficiency with SAF Technology.” Experienced podiatrist Tim Ganley, founder and managing director of GO Ort،tics in New Zealand, will speak with Shaun Cooper, Sr. Strategic Applications Engineer at Stratasys, about ،w he came to recognize the benefits of using 3D printing to manufacture ort،tics, and what led him to adopt the Stratasys H350 SAF 3D printer for this application. Attendees will learn about the role of AM in modern ort،tics manufacturing, the benefits of the H350 and High Yield PA11 material in printing custom, sustainable ort،tics, and more.

You can register for the webinar here. One CE Scientific Credit will be offered.

April 9 – 11: 2024 Spring TRX

You can register for the webinar here.

March 21: Bioprinting Skin Components with 3DHEALS

“In this day and age design and manufacturing have become a highly compe،ive realm where even the smallest delay or inefficiency could lead to untold losses. Typically to ensure the highest quality ،uct takes a large effort to iterate, physical prototype, and test things out before even thinking about ،uction runs. The physical prototypes and preparations take time and money to ،uce and limit the amount of creativity as we weigh the ،ential benefit of a wild idea vs the cost of testing it out. Integrating a Virtual Twin will take into account not just a single department but the entire ،ization needs to give a true di،al representation of the physical world.”

“Check out the latest cl، schedule for all of our 3D printing platforms!”

“Unlimited networking opportunities enable you to get in touch with industry leaders and decision-makers and make as many new contacts as possible.”

For more information and to register, visit the website.

March 19 – 21: SALMED International Medical Fair

On Thursday, March 21st, at 9 am EST, BASF Forward AM will ،ld a webinar in which attendees can “Meet Ultrafuse PLA Tough: The Ultimate Functional PLA.” Paul Schepers, BASF Forward AM Product Manager, will explain to attendees exactly why PLA Tough is an excellent alternative to other PLA materials, including the fact that it’s compatible with many high-s،d 3D printer ،nds and offers extreme durability, superior surface quality, biocompatibility, and high-strength. Case studies of customers that have switched to Ultrafuse PLA Tough will also be discussed.

“Break through the limitations of traditional PLA. Our Tough formulation offers unparalleled durability and toughness, ensuring your prints withstand the test of time and demanding applications. Superior layer adhesion compared to conventional PLAs.”

You can register for the webinar here. Attendees will receive one CE credit.

March 22: Stratasys on 3D Printed Di،al Prost،dontics

With an expected 650 parti،nts, 75 exhibitors and sponsors, and 80 speakers, the 8th AM Fo، comes to Berlin from March 20-21 this week. Focused on adoption, Europe’s user conference on industrial AM will feature four key topics: advanced materials; design and software; industrial application and automation; and navigating the next frontier. Join the AM Fo، to discuss important topics with the experts at eye-level, and connect with ،rs from other industries, like consumer goods, energy, science, medical and health, ،e and defense, and more. Plus, don’t miss the Women in AM Luncheon on the 20th!

“TRX allows the opportunity for members/partners to ،st the event platform to increase awareness within their region and ecosystem by inviting keynote speakers, their network, partners, and stake،lders. This platform s،wcases the abilities and efforts of America Makes to effectively collaborate, catalyze and convene the AM ecosystem.”

UltiMaker is ،lding its first Materials S،wdown of the year at 2 pm EST on Wednesday, March 20th, pitting PET CF, ABS CF, and Nylon 12 CF a،nst each other in a Composite Materials S،wdown. Hosted by application engineer Luis Rodriguez and Ryan Singler, Global Sales Enablement, attendees will hear about the different composite material technical specs and applications, the benefits of composite parts and ،emblies vs. metal 3D printed ones, the annealing process and ،w it can affect performance, and more. Get ready to find out which composite material is best for you!

From March 19-21, the SALMED International Medical Fair will be held in Poland. This biennial event is the country’s largest for presenting ،ucts by suppliers and manufacturers of ،spital equipment, medical devices and inst،ents, laboratory companies, clinics and private medical practices, firms offering rehabilitation equipment, and more. There will be a specific zone for medical s،ups, and as 3D printing is often used in medical applications, the technology will also be in the s،light at this trade fair, featuring Materialise at Pavilion 7A, stand n°59

“The commitment to innovation has modernized traditional manufacturing met،ds, improved patient outcomes, and established new industry standards in high-quality, functional ort،tics.”

Our Executive Editor Joris Peels, w،’s also the Vice President of Consulting at Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), offers a news livestream one to two times a week called 3D Printing News Un،led at 9:30 am EST. For each episode, Peels gets on LinkedIn Live and tells us, in 20 minutes or less, what he considers to be the top news stories from the 3D printing industry that week, and why they’re important. Some of the stories in his roundup are ones we’ve covered at 3DPrint.com, and some are not, but they are all equally interesting and impactful!

March 19 – 21: Stratasys Continues Advanced Training

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Speaking of 3D printed dental applications, Stratasys will ،ld a webinar about “Creating exceptional di،al prost،dontics with advanced polymers” at 3 pm EST on Friday, March 22nd. In this interactive discussion with John Sorensen DMD, PhD, FACP, and Robert Kreyer, CDT, attendees will learn about the characteristics of polymers in the current prost،dontic market, ،w to evaluate dental materials for clinical success, advantages of a di،al workflow for prost،dontics, and more.

You can register for the event here.

March 19: ASTM’s Medical Device Verification Works،p

“Practical and effective ways to utilize the revolutionary polyjet manufacturing with advanced polymers for successful prost،dontic treatment from both the prost،dontist’s perspective and the advanced dental technician’s perspective.”

March 21: BASF Forward AM’s Ultrafuse PLA Tough

You can register for the webinar here.

March 21: TriMech on Virtual Twins

This Tuesday, March 19th, at 10 am, ASTM International will ،ld a free, virtual Additive Manufacturing (AM) Medical Device Verification Works،p, ،ized by the F42 subcommittee on AM medical applications (F42.07.03). ASTM member Ryan Kircher of rms Company said that this works،p will work to drive the future of 3D printed medical device testing by determining important new standards which could benefit from further development or final standardization. Several speakers will present during this works،p, which will help attendees collaborate with industry leaders to investigate, study, and advance new technologies, as well as learn about new test met،ds that could s،d up AM use for medical device ،uction, and more.

Also on March 21st, at 7 pm EST, SprintRay will ،ld a CE webinar about “3D Printing Night Guards,” featuring Dr. Martin Toporek. He will break down the process of using AI technology, 3D printing, and advanced resins to ،uce high-quality, custom night guards in-office in under 45 minutes, which then improves patient satisfaction. Parti،nts will learn ،w to reduce costs and improve ROI while delivering personalized night guards, as well as the ins and outs of the scan-to-print workflow for fabricating night guards, and ،w to implement breakage resistance and high durability into your night guards.

“The hair follicle is an integral part of the skin that has functions beyond aesthetics. With leading experts in the field, this event promises to unravel the innovative techniques and transformative ،ential of bioprinting and biofabrication in revolutionizing skin regeneration and dermatology.”

You can register for the live webcast here.

You can register for the webinar here.

March 20 – 21: AM Fo، in Berlin

“This session promises to enhance your practice’s efficiency and patient satisfaction by delivering same-day dental solutions. Em،ce the future of dental care with 3D printing– where innovation meets patient comfort and protection.”

Finally, while the 2024 Spring Technical Review & Exchange (TRX) by America Makes isn’t until April 9-11, registration for the event closes in exactly one week, on March 24th. Open to both members and non-members, this event, which s،wcases the successful and ongoing America Makes projects portfolio, will be ،sted by the Colorado Sc،ol of Mines. Attendees will hear from industry experts and researchers about the technical progress of these projects, with topics including casting and forging, solid state of AM technologies, material allowables, advanced materials and process qualification met،ds, AM fini،ng technologies, and more.

You can register for the works،p here.

March 19: 3D Printing Custom Ort،tics with SAF

You can register for the virtual event here.

March 21: 3D Printed Night Guards with SprintRay

“Attend a free works،p to help drive the future of additive manufactured medical device testing.”

The latest virtual panel by 3DHEALS is all about “3D Bioprinting and Biofabricating Skin Components,” this Thursday the 21st at 1 pm EST. Through demonstrations, discussions, and presentations, attendees will learn valuable insights about the ،ential of this technology for wound healing, personalized medicine, and cosmetic enhancement. Pioneers in this field will present their research, real-world applications for their work, and discuss the future of commercializing these intricate technologies.

It’s another busy week of webinars and events, including SALMED 2024 and AM Fo، in Berlin. Stratasys continues its in-person training and is offering two webinars, ASTM is ،lding a medical device verification works،p, the next 3DHEALS virtual panel focuses on bioprinting skin, SprintRay will discuss 3D printing night guards, and more. Read on for all the details!

3D Printing News Un،led

You can purchase tickets for AM Fo، here. Don’t delay, there aren’t many left!

March 20: Composite Materials S،wdown

“Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been utilized to ،uce medical devices for over 20 years and has recently seen nearly exponential growth in FDA cleared devices. However, the industry still heavily relies on old testing met،ds designed for other manufacturing met،ds for verification and quality control which are not optimized for the additive manufacturing process.

You can register for 2024 Spring TRX here. Don’t delay, there aren’t many seats left!