Two-day medical Additive Manufacturing event set for the Netherlands in 2019

August 3, 2018

Two-day medical Additive Manufacturing event set for the Netherlands in January

Attendees at the 3D Medical Conference and Expo in 2017 (Courtesy Jakajima)


The sixth 3D Medical Printing Conference and Expo will be held at MECC Maastricht, the Netherlands, January 30–31, 2019. Organised by Jakajima in partnership with MECC Maastricht, this two-day event is focused on the latest technological innovations in medical Additive Manufacturing and is co-located with the Health Tech Event, a conference with a wider focus on robotics, the Internet of Things, AI and augmented reality.

The 3D Medical Conference is accredited by the Dutch Association for Technical Medicine (NVTG) and is expected to attract a number of high quality and professional (medical) visitors. The conference programme will feature thirty-five speakers in total [13 speakers Day 1, 23 speakers Day 2], while the Expo will offer attendees the opportunity to view exhibits featuring real-world applications for medical AM, alongside other innovative technologies.

Among the topics on discussion during the conference will be the following metal AM-relevant subject areas:

  • Dental AM
  • AM for the production of medical technology
  • Medical & dental scanning
  • Medical & dental software
  • Medical AM workflow & planning tools
  • Legal and regulatory issues regarding medical AM applications

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