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Additive Manufacturing Showcase

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Tuesday 21 May 2019
2.00pm - 4.00pm 
PWR Performance Products, 103 Lahrs Road, Ormeau
FREE

A Griffith University initiative proudly supported by RDA Gold Coast 

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About the Showcase

Discover how Additive Manufacturing (AM) - better known as 3D printing - can complement your existing manufacturing process and learn about real world manufacturing cases where AM has helped transform organisations' products and service offerings.

Learn how to access AM technology and the support available to help your organisation develop applications. Our showcase hosts, PWR Performance Products will provide a tour of their manufacturing process and their vision of where Additive Manufacturing fits in their long-term manufacturing strategy.

On the day, Additive Manufacturing industry leaders will deliver some compelling studies and overviews of the process to help attendees understand the opportunity that AM presents. There will be an informal open discussion over afternoon tea with the industry experts to discuss how AM could fit into your process and how to get started with the technology.


Presenters

PWR Performance Products - Matthew Bryson, Engineering General Manager

PWR provides world-class cooling solutions by manufacturing high performance aluminium radiators, intercoolers and oil coolers for race cooling solutions to leading race categories and teams such as F1, NASCAR, V8 Supercars, Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters and the World Rally Championship. PWR is recognised as a world leader when it comes to high performance cooling.

SLM Solutions AG - Ralf Frohwerk, Global Head of Business Development Raymax Applications - Dr Cédric Chaminade

SLM Solutions, the integrated solution provider and metal Additive Manufacturing partner, will present the entire production chain equipment of machine, software, powder and consulting for a qualified serial AM production.
In addition, there will be a focus on real AM industry applications to demonstrate the advantages of no design limitations to grow customer business.

Materialise - Kelvin Wee, Sales Director

"When Materialise was founded in 1990, our goal was to enable new uses for the extraordinary potential that 3D printing offers. Since then, we have leveraged our experience to create a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form a backbone for the 3D printing industry. Our open and flexible platforms enable players in industries such as healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design, and consumer goods, to build innovative 3D printing applications that make the world a better and healthier place. Headquartered in Belgium, with branches worldwide, Materialise has combined the largest group of software developers in the industry with one of the largest 3D printing facilities in the world. Ultimately, we empower our customers to transition towards a digital manufacturing process and to launch innovations that have the potential to forever change the faces of their industries. Our mission is to innovate product development that results in a better and healthier world, through our software and hardware infrastructure, and an in-depth knowledge of Additive Manufacturing.” – Fried Vancraen, CEO of Materialise

Griffith University Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies (ADaPT) Institute - Derek Smith, Technical Manager

Griffith University’s ADaPT Institute, located on the Gold Coast campus, was established to lead technology development and transfer for commercial and industrial application. With access to cross-disciplinary experts, leading commercial AM technology and attractive co-development funding opportunities, ADaPT can help industry in adoption, access and development of advanced manufacturing and design processes.


Additive Manufacturing Showcase (Medical)

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Thursday 23 May 2019
10.00am - 12.30pm
Griffith University ADaPT 1.0
Building G14, Room 1.13B, Griffith University Gold Coast Campus
Parklands Drive, Southport
FREE

A Griffith University initiative proudly supported by RDA Gold Coast 

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About the Showcase

Discover how Additive Manufacturing (AM) - better known as 3D printing - is changing medical technology, products and devices. Industry leading organisations Materialise and EOS will present some compelling studies and overviews of the process to help attendees understand the opportunity that AM presents.

Learn: How to access AM technology and the support available to help your organisation develop applications.

Discuss: There will be an informal open discussion over morning tea with the industry experts to discuss how AM could fit into your process and how to get started with the technology.


Presenters

3D Morphic represented by Anthony Harrington, CEO

3DMorphic is optimising the personalisation of orthopaedic devices through a technology platform that rapidly customises generic implant designs, while maintaining device integrity. In doing so, cost (and time) in the operating room is dramatically improved, thereby reducing risk to patients. This enables health care providers to offer patients personalised devices where it would not otherwise have been possible.

EOS GmBH - Benjamin Michelfelder, Business Development Manager

The EOS Additive Manufacturing method paves the way for improved individual patient care. With a thorough understanding of the market and knowledge of the specific development sequences in the medical sector, EOS works together with a strong network of partners to deliver comprehensive and reliable advice and support through the entire development and production process. Thus offering you a safe, thoroughly tested and high-quality manufacturing process.

Materialise - Madeline McIntyre, Account Manager 
Noramirah Azlan, Applications Engineer

Materialise Medical, which has pioneered many of the leading medical applications of 3D printing, enables researchers, engineers and clinicians to revolutionize innovative patient-specific treatment that helps improve and save lives. Materialise Medical’s open and flexible platform of software and services, Materialise Mimics, forms the foundation of certified Medical 3D printing, in clinical as well as research environments, offering virtual planning software tools, 3D-printed anatomical models, and patient-specific surgical guides and implants. For additional information, please visit: medical.materialise.com

Griffith University Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies (ADaPT) Institute - Derek Smith, Technical Manager

Griffith University’s ADaPT Institute, located on the Gold Coast campus, was established to lead technology development and transfer for commercial and industrial application. With access to cross-disciplinary experts, leading commercial AM technology and attractive co-development funding opportunities, ADaPT can help industry in adoption, access and development of advanced manufacturing and design processes.