3D Printing Changes our Health Care

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The 3D Medical Printing Conference is a platform and information interface enabling an exchange of information on market requirements, research interests and current results, skills and resources as well as facilitating the building of future partnerships. Academics, doctors, nurses, engineers, designers, and managers are invited to lecture on their state-of-the-art developments and future prospects or display their products and offers as exhibitor.

Note: Live translation from English into Italian / from Italian to English will be available at the location.
Nota Bene: all’evento sarà disponibile il servizio di traduzione simultanea italiano-inglese, inglese-italiano.

The audience, a mix of academics, medical professionals, business, technology, regulation and creatives, will get an excellent overview and insight in the medical tech developments from different perspectives.

The program of the 3D Medical Printing Conference & Expo:
Focus topics:

Day 1
  • 3D Bio Printing
  • 3D Dental Printing
  • 3D Dental Scanning / Software
  • 3D (Bio)Materials
  • Legal and Regulatory issues regarding 3D Medical printing applications
  • Medical applications with Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality
Day 2
  • 3D Medtech Printing
  • 3D Medicine & Pharmaceutics Printing
  • 3D Food (Medical) Printing
  • 3D Medical Scanning / Software
  • 3D Medical Workflow & Planning Tools
  • Medical Imaging Computing

Who attends?
Medical professionals | Dentists | Bioengineers | Dental Labs | Biomedical Engineers | Medical Scientists | Clinical Data Scientists | Medical VR Designer | Pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and Biotech professionals | Regulators | Compliance Officers | Pharmacists | Laboratory Personnel | Consultants | Contractors/Subcontractors | 3D Printing suppliers | anyone responsible for medicine/drug: Development | Manufacturing | Preclinical | Quality Assurance | Quality Control | Operations | Surgeons | Medical Engineers | Research Institutes | Doctors | Development etc.


Below you can find an overview of all the speakers who will share their vision and experience in 3D Medical Printing during the conference

Day 1

Business Development Manager, CD3D Medical, Poland
Polymer Scientist- Technology Transfer Expert, Nadir srl, Italy, on "Bioactive Polymer Compound and Cold Atmospheric Plasma in Advanced Manufacturing of hybrid materials. The experience of H2020 Project FAST"
3D Specialist, 3D Biomedica Advanced Modeling and Printing Technician, Bambino Gesù Children\'s Hospital, Italy, on "3D Bioprinting: use of Polycaprolactone in clinical and research biomedical applications"
Head of the Bone Physiopathology Group, Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital, Rome, Italy, on on "3D Bioprinting: use of Polycaprolactone in clinical and research biomedical applications"
Process lead, Océ, The Netherlands, on 'Dental Multi Material 3D Jetting'
Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Department of Surgery and Biomedical Sciences, University of Perugia, Italy
Associate professor of Oral and Maxillo-facial Sciences, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, on 'Maxillary reconstruction for rehabilitation purposes: current status and new frontiers'
Andrés Torres, PhD student, UZ Leuven, Belgium, on '3D Guided Endodontics'
Partner, Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli & Partners, Head of IP practice, Milano, Italy
Associate Professor, University of Padova, on "A novel 3D printing platform and materials for bone scaffolds"
CEO, ME3D, Hungary, on 'Printing and texturing surgical situations- surgical training according to learners-need'

Day 2

Product Manager Additive Manufacturing, simufact engineering GmbH, Germany, on 'Simulation of Additive Manufacturing for medical applications – Current capabilities, benefits and open challenges'
Postdoc, Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany, on 'inkjet-printed oral “mini-pills” for preclinical studies'
Medical Doctor - Radiologist, Arnas Garibaldi Catania, Italy
Founder / President, 3D Medlab, France
Maxillofacial surgeon, head and neck surgical oncologist, Medisch Spectrum Twente, The Netherlands
Surgical 3D Printing Designer, 3D.4.OP, Israel, on "The role of in-house surgical 3d printing hubs in hospital"
Toracic Surgery, University of Perugia, Italy, on 'The possible role of 3D computed tomography models in Thoracic Surgery'
Professor Of Surgery, University of Siena, Italy, on 'From digital to real: 3D printed model as new tool for modern general surgeons'

Click here for the detailed conference program. You can registere here.

La Stampa 3D cambia la Medicina

Nota Bene: all’evento sarà disponibile il servizio di traduzione simultanea italiano-inglese, inglese-italiano.
Note: Live translation from English into Italian will be available at the location.

La stampa 3D è sempre più utilizzata nelle professioni medicali, dai chirurghi ai farmacisti, dai dentisti agli ingegneri biomedici. Numerosi utilizzatori di questa tecnologia stanno generando, oggi, ricavi importanti nell’industria medica come nelle applicazioni dentali, nella protesica, nella produzione di protesi auricolari. Le principali limitazioni alla crescita del settore sono rappresentate dalla mancanza di professionisti formati nel campo e dal grado di sviluppo dei materiali. Inoltre, esiste un freno rappresentato dai requisiti regolatori nel recepimento delle nuove soluzioni produttive, fatto particolarmente significativo nel comparto medicale.
Nonostante queste limitazioni, proprie di un settore ai propri albori, il ruolo dei modelli 3D e delle soluzioni digitali collegate all’imaging diagnostico in medicina, stanno crescendo con estrema rapidità.

il 3D Medical Printing Conference è una piattaforma, un’interfaccia, uno strumento che attiva lo scambio di informazioni riguardo ai requisiti del mercato, agli ambiti della ricerca, ai risultati conseguiti, agli skill e alle risorse attualmente disponibili.

Accademici, dottori, ricercatori, tecnici sanitari, ingegneri, designers, imprenditori sono invitati a condividere le proprie esperienze, la propria visione circa lo stato dell’arte e i futuri sviluppi, attraverso speech e mostrando i propri risultati.

L’audience, un mix di accademici, professionisti medici, investitori, istituzioni, creativi, faciliteranno un’analisi approfondita grazie alla presenza di differenti punti di vista.

Il programma del 3D Medical Printing Conference & Expo:

Argomenti principali:

Giorno 1

  • 3D Bio Printing
  • 3D Dental Printing
  • 3D Dental Scanning / Software
  • 3D (Bio) Materiali
  • Aspetti legali e regolatori riguardanti applicazioni medicali del 3D printing
  • Applicazioni medicali, realtà virtuale, realtà aumentata

Giorno 2

  • 3D Medtech Printing
  • 3D Medicine & Pharmaceutics Printing
  • 3D Food (Medical) Printing
  • 3D Medical Scanning / Software
  • 3D Medical Workflow & Planning Tools
  • Medical Imaging Computing

Chi Parteciperà
Medici | Dentisti | Bioingegneri | Laboratori dentali | Ricercatori Medici | Data Scientists | Designer VR | Professionisti del settore Farmaceutico e Biofarmaceutico | Istituzioni | Certificatori | Personale di laboratorio | Consulenti | Contractors | Produttori di Stampanti 3D | responsabili in R&S | Quality Assurance & Quality Control | Chirurghi | Ingegneri Biomedicali | Istituti di Ricerca | Dottori | Sviluppatori | etc.

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3dfic Strategic Partner. 3DIFIC is an innovative startup, under the Italian Law, and has been spinoffed by the School of Medicine of the University of Perugia (Perugia, Italy). In the last years 3DIFIC has developed a number of cases in surgery and in dental practice.         


Now 3DIFIC accounts for a number of cases with either high complexity or high volumes potential, thanks to an extraordinary team that was put together in the years.

3DIFIC has now 4 academic publications and patented 2 devices, for brachytherapy procedures.

More than everything, 3DIFIC is a fun and exciting place to work, grow, learn, and do meaningful things.

Simufact Gold partner. Simufact Engineering Simufact Engineering – an MSC Software company – is a global operating software company providing process simulation products and services to manufacturing industries.  


Today, after nearly 25 years of developing and supporting simulation solutions for the design and optimization of manufacturing techniques in metal processing, the Hamburg (Germany) headquartered company has established as one of the leaders in this business area.

Simufact succeeds in extending its global market share backed up by a dynamically growing customer base exceeding a number of 800 customers. A strong and continuously growing network composed of local offices and channel partners ensures global support.

sisma Silver Partner. SISMA is a worldwide reference in designing and producing high precision machinery and laser systems. Established in 1961, SISMA can count on a long time experience over more than 130 models of automatic chain making machines. Today at the forefront in the development of laser systems, SISMA has been able to extend its know-how to marking, welding, cutting, engraving and additive manufacturing. Innovative by vocation, SISMA combines a cutting edge and independent production organization with a wealth of highly specialized human resources, thus guaranteeing top product quality and a prompt response to market needs.

Opening hours exhibition:
9 July 2019 – 10.00 – 18.00
10 July 2019 –  10.00 – 18.00


Location | Transportation | Accommodation


University of Perugia, School of Medicine
Building B (the Elleptical Building)
Piazzale Settimio  Gambuli 1
06129 PERUGIA (PG)

Dipartimento di Scienze Chirurgiche e Biomediche
Università degli Studi di Perugia 
Edificio B
Piazzale Settimio Gambuli 1
06129 PERUGIA 


Arriving by car? Autostrada A1 (Firenze-Roma)


If you are coming from the North exit at “Valdichiana” and take the SS75, exiting at “Perugia San Faustino” or “Perugia Prepo”. If you are coming from the South exit at Orte, take the E45 and follow the directions to Perugia. Exit at “Perugia San Faustino” or “Perugia Prepo”.

Autostrada A14 “Adriatica” (Bologna-Taranto)

From Rimini-Cesena to Città di Castello and then take the E45 to Perugia. From Fano to Gubbio and then to Perugia. From Fano proceed in the direction of Gubbio, then to Perugia. From  Pescara follow the directions for Terni Via L’Aquila-Rieti and then to Perugia. From Civitanova Marche to Foligno and then to Perugia.

Superstrada E 45 Cesena – Orte

Exit at Perugia and follow the signs for the university district (Zona Universitaria)

When exiting the motorway near Perugia, we suggest taking the exit “Perugia Prepo” or “Perugia San Faustino”.

transportation Arriving by airplane? The Umbria International Airport – San Francesco d’Assisi is located close to Perugia.        Perugia can be reached from the airport San Francesco by shuttle bus (800 099 661) or by renting a car or taking a taxi directly at the airport.     


Perugia can also be reached by landing at the  Fiumicino Airport (Rome), which is around 200 km away. From the Fiumicino Airport we suggest taking a direct bus to Perugia, operated by the company “SULGA”. From the International terminal T3, in order to get to the bus stop, one must turn right and walk straight for 150 meters. The bus is white and has the company name “Sulga” written on the side (see picture for reference).

Alternative Airport is Bologna Airport and then rent a car or Firenze Airport and then two hours by train.

transportation Arriving by train? Direct train service is available to Perugia from Rome, Florence and Milan. Check the train connections here.
transportation Arriving by bus? The bus network in Perugia is quite extensive, reaching all the most important places such as the hospital (name is ospedale and in the time table osp.misericordia), train station (name of train station is Fontivegge), and shopping malls.  For routes and timetables, please go to the website.
To get from the busstation to the conference building is a short walk. See below how to walk and to get to the right building.

Click here for the bus time tables to get from either the trainstation or downtown to the conference location).
transportation Taxi? As there aren’t many taxi hubs in Perugia it is usually a good idea to book your taxi in advance using one of the following numbers:


  • Fontivegge Station Tel: +39 075 5010800
  • Corso Vannucci Tel: +39 075 572 1979
  • Piazza Italia Tel: +39 075 573 6092
  • Largo Cacciatori delle Alpi Tel: +39 075 573 6096
  • RADIOTAXI service Tel: +39 075 500 4888 – this service cannot be booked in advance.


For accommodation options, we invite you to consult the specialist for the Perugia region, Koala Viaggi. You can contact them via mail as well on nadia [@] koalaviaggi.it