Additive Manufacturing Summit: MedTech, Bioprinting, Medicine, and Dental

IQPC is proud to present this year’s 2016 Additive Manufacturing Summit for MedTech, Bioprinting, Medicine, and Dental. We recognize that while the additive manufacturing process has been utilized by the industry for decades, there are many ground breaking technologies, techniques, materials, and research occurring that is driving advancements in 2016 and beyond. The summit takes a comprehensive approach to understand the latest printing techniques, groundbreaking research and innovative materials for an improved additive manufacturing implementation and processes.

Whether your organization is looking to inform, perfect, or expand your existing procedures to make the business case for implementing additive manufacturing into your day-to-day, this is your must attend event.

Are you staying ahead of the curve in additive manufacturing? Please see some key highlights that will be addressed in 2016 below:


An overview of the latest printing techniques, including blown powder technology, cladding, sintering based processes, extrusion, DMLS,CAD/CAM.


FDA technical draft guidance: Technical Considerations for Additive Manufactured Devices


Best practices for materials management from selection to storage; key considerations for handling that can effect performance capability


Current state of clinical trials including 3DP tissues and organs; research developments for biocompatible materials and tissues

3D printing techniques and software for dentistry

Standardizing print finishing steps, verification of final procedures that will successfully meet unique specifications

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Did You Know?

The medical additive manufacturing market is set to grow over 15% year over year over next five years

According to a new research report from Albany, NY based Transparency Market Research, the global market for 3-D printing in medical application was valued $354.5 million in 2012 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.4 percent from 2013 to 2019 to reach $965.5 million by 2019

Additive manufacturing has proven to cut material and production costs by up to 90%

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