Medical 3D Printing Workshop
A collaborative & multidisciplinary workshop to advance safe patient data handling in medical and healthcare 3D printing projects between university hospitals, medical stakeholders and service providers in Denmark. The participants are private and public organizations working on medical technologies and services, such as tech companies, 3D printing service providers, university hospitals, and other interest groups.
Medical 3D printing workshop to all interested stakeholders in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland
A collaborative & multidisciplinary workshop to advance safe patient data handling in medical and healthcare 3D printing projects between university hospitals, medical stakeholders and service providers.
The participants are private and public organizations working on medical technologies and services, such as tech companies, 3D printing service providers, university hospitals, and other interest groups.
Time: September 20, 2023 at 12.30 – 16.00
Place: DTU Learn for Life, Kollegiebakken, Bygning 421, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
No participation fee. Registration is needed.
Co-create insights and new knowledge on medical 3D printing opportunities in research, practice and business, focus on patient data handling for better patient services.
Produce guidelines for patient data handling in medical 3D printing activities
Create a proposal for a co-development project and find interested business and research partners to advance medical 3D printing.
What problem we want to solve?
University hospitals and 3D printing service providers have increasing collaboration in making patient specific products. Simply transferring confidential patient CT data for 3D printing can be difficult due to regulatory and technical requirements, and the practises are different across hospitals and service providers, and between countries.
There are needs to simplify the processes, increase trust and security, find interactive tools to plan and discuss the details between medical professionals and service providers, and to minimise the delivery times. Due to emerging concrete problems, the situation offers a great innovation and business opportunity!
Agenda 20.9. 12.30 – 16:00
Welcome & warm-up
Welcome to DTU, professor Liisa Välikangas
Medical 3D printing at Center for Industrial 3D printing – Danish Technological Institute, Brian Lykke Christensen
What we will do today? Pekka Ketola, CEO, 3DStep Oy
Introductions – Who is present today?
Cases from Tampere University Hospital by 3DStep
Goals & practicalities
Ideation + Idea clustering
Concepting & proposals
Discussion & next steps
Dinner (at own cost)
Workshop collaborators: 3DStep Oy, Finland, Teknologisk Institut, DTU and FAME – Finnish Additive Manufacturing ecosystem.
3DStep is premium exhibitor at Danish AM Summit (21.9) in Copenhagen. You are most welcome to join the summit and learn more about the unbelievable opportunities with 3D printing. Registered workshop participants get 50% discount on Danish AM Summit tickets.