by Gabi Janssen, DSM Additive Manufacturing
Regulations are changing, understanding the complete workflow, hazards, harms, and risk involved becomes key in developing a medical product. This is a collaborative exercise.
In this presentation I will give some insights on what to pay attention to when developing a new 3D printing process for medical applications.
What drives you?
Innovation & changes to enable better lives for people now and generations to come.
Why should the delegate attend your presentation?
To get an inside on the changing environment in regulations & quality.
What emerging technologies/trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
Digitization is driving the medical industry enabling personalized solutions.
What kind of impact do you expect them to have?
New high performing additive manufacturing materials enable replacing existing labor intensive production processes with flexible, personalized, digital 3D printing solutions. This can reduce excess waste & shipments saving time and costs in the complete value chain.
What are the barriers that might stand in the way?
Regulatory hurdles, technology stability, insurance adoption of new technologies looking at the complete workflow.
Collaborative innovation enables safe & reliable personalized medical device development.
About Gabi Janssen
Gabi is a global leader for the Healthcare segment Additive Manufacturing at DSM. In this position, she is responsible for Business & Application Development for both the medical & dental market. Prior to joining DSM, she gained extensive 3D printing experience in software development at Materialise and as project engineer for metal implants at 3DSystems.
Gabi holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Utrecht University and a masters in innovation management from the Technical University Eindhoven.
At DSM, we have one clear goal: to unlock the full potential of additive manufacturing, enabling sustainable production and improving people’s living.
DSM’s team helped pioneer the additive manufacturing industry more than 25 years ago with our Somos® products – and we never stopped innovating.
We draw on decades of experience in 3D printing technologies, performance materials and deep application expertise to help manufacturers change the way they design and manufacture products.
Designs that were challenging or impossible to produce with other manufacturing methods are now possible with 3D printing. And for the production of low volume batch size, 3D printing is already a more interesting option.
Digital, connected and distributed manufacturing has become a reality with 3D printing, allowing you – as a manufacturer – to use more efficient and sustainable production methods. Furthermore, with 3D printing you can personalize or mass customize products in a cost-effective way.