by Maurizio Costabeber, DWS
The growth of 3D printing in medical and dental applications is generating huge expectations and hopes. In order to satisfy the increasing demand of more sophisticated materials and integrated workflows, DWS’s scientists have developed a new proprietary technology and a range of new biocompatible materials.
This presentation will provide an overview of the today’s technology challenges and a new approach to unleash the future of the medical and dental fields.
About Maurizio Costabeber
Born in Italy in 1964, Maurizio Costabeber is an entrepreneur in the 3D printing industry since more than 20 years. In 1993 he launches the first desktop version 3D printer, produced by his co-founded Japanese start-up.
Thanks to its Japanese experience and to the studies and researches on innovative technologies, in 2007 he transmits this know-how to DWS, with the aim to bring the 3D printing to the highest level for quality and resolution.
The company is vertically integrated and produces in-house the printers for jewellery, for dental applications and for industrial design, the software and the consumable materials as well.
DWS grows in business and nowadays exports the 80% of its production, to over 60 countries around the world.
He is a speaker at many additive manufacturing and industry 4.0 conventions.
DWS is an Italian company producing 3D printers for prototyping and rapid manufacturing, materials for 3D printing, and related management software. Quality and continuous innovation are the distinguishing features of a company that has filed more than 250 industrial, technological, and design patents since 2007.
We export 80% of our production to more than 60 countries worldwide, helping our customers become more competitive by reducing their development times for new products along with their operating costs.
The company has specially developed printers and materials for medical applications.