ASME to host new conference, AM Medical: Additive Manufacturing & 3D Innovations in 2020
June 12, 2019
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), headquartered in New York City, New York, USA, is to set to host a new conference, AM Medical: Additive Manufacturing & 3D Innovations, at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, from May 27–28, 2020. During the two-day event, participants will reportedly be able to learn about the latest advancements in Additive Manufacturing, materials, quality processes, scanning and visualisation, new software solutions for post-processing, and modeling and simulation.
“There is an incredible demand for advanced healthcare solutions that impact patient care and operational efficiency,” stated Richard Laudenat, ASME President. “We are fueling collaborations that will unlock future growth opportunities and improvements for patient care.”
The AM Medical conference is organised in collaboration with America Makes and Additive Manufacturing Media, and the advisory panel will include representatives from the following companies:
- Johnson & Johnson
- Avalign Technologies
- Mayo Clinic
- Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
- Veterans Health Administration
- University of Michigan
- Penn State University
- 3D Systems
John Wilczynski, Executive Director of America Makes, commented, “NCDMM/America Makes is pleased to collaborate with ASME in this important event in the healthcare application space. We are excited by this opportunity to engage with the Additive Manufacturing medical community – leveraging our collaborative innovation model and our broad membership community with the needs of the medical solution providers.”
“New technologies deserve new approaches,” explained Debbie Holton, ASME’s Managing Director of Industry Events. “We’re excited to offer attendees a comprehensive look at new 3D technologies and an engaging environment with experts sharing experience and discussing practical solutions. This conversation will continue beyond the AM Medical event as ASME will offer ongoing resources including online learning, webinars, certifications and more.”
Further information about the event is available via the organiser’s website.