RAPID + TCT 2018: Collaborating to Advance Medical Additive Manufacturing

  FORT WORTH, Texas, March 1, 2018 — Collaboration between device manufacturers, clinicians, technology developers and researchers in additive manufacturing will be on full display at the Fort Worth Convention Center during SME’s RAPID + TCT event, April 23-26. RAPID + TCT, now in its Read More »

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Exclusive with Maria Conrado of SME about RAPID + TCT 2018

RAPID + TCT is North America’s largest conference and exposition on additive manufacturing (AM), 3D printing, 3D scanning, CAD/CAE, metrology and inspection technologies. This year’s RAPID + TCT promises to uphold its rich tradition with over 160 presentations, as well as the debut of an Read More »

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RAPID + TCT 2018 – Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing and Bioprinting

  From manufacturing of end-use surgical devices and personalized implants, to bone scaffolds and functioning organ replacements, additive manufacturing/3D printing is truly changing lives. At the conference, you will find in-depth sessions covering design and manufacture of implants, dental devices, tissues, and more using a variety Read More »

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SME’s MMI at RAPID 2016 – Exploring and Sharing Solutions in Medical Device Manufacturing

  Medical and Biomedical represent two of the fastest growing application areas of additive manufacturing. This year SME will feature Medical Manufacturing Innovations (MMI) Series at RAPID 2016. The MMI series is dedicated to additive manufacturing use in medicine and supported by Wake Forest School of Read More »

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MMI at RAPID 2015-Latest Medical Applications and Technology Improvements While Addressing Integration of 3D Imaging, Software and Process Validation for Almost All Regulatory Bodies

  The Medical Manufacturing Innovations (MMI) series at RAPID 2015, supported by Wake Forest School of Medicine, will offer a range of opportunities to learn about the application of medical additive manufacturing (AM) from surgical devices and dental applications to bone scaffolds and bioprinting. MMI Read More »

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