Arthur Schuler da Igreja
CEO da 3D Cloner
Lecture focused on emerging technologies for 3D Printing, main potential markets, projection of impacts in different industries, market trends and cases.
Bruno Borralho Gobbato
Scientific Director of IOT Jaraguá
Articles and uses of 3D printing in Medicine are daily published on specialized websites, but their actual use seems to be far from our reality. We will present cases and real examples of the author's daily life of 3 years using 3D printing in medicine and orthopedics. Warning: the presentation will contain medical images.
Jefferson de Oliveira Gomes
Regional Director of SENAI-SC and Professor of ITA
Rafael Vidal Peres
Colaborador da Makertech Labs
In recent decades, computerized tomography (CT), computer aided design and 3D printing have revolutionized the planning and execution of medical-dental procedures. Today, the ultra-fast personalization of devices and the freedom to create shapes are realities in day-to-day clinical or surgical. The lecture will address how these digital technologies can be useful tools that make procedures faster and more accurate. In addition, it will present several clinical cases performed according to the group protocol which includes the use of computed tomography, 3D scanners, 3D modeling, 3D printing and biomaterials. The lecture will discuss the entire process from the first contact with the client and the 3D modeling until the use of 3D printed device in the clinic or surgical center.
ESPM Productivity Lab Supervisor
We are living the moment when technology and society are evolving faster than companies can naturally adapt. The evolution and rise of 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing are important agents of building a new industrial age. That is why it is necessary to pave the way for a new era of leadership, a new generation of business models, typical of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, bringing with it the mantra "adapt or die." Thus, we experience digital Darwinism. This lecture will present a practical and guiding reflection of how leaderships should lead the changes needed to explore the opportunities of 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing.
Vagner Rogério dos Santos
Consultant at Wietech and Researcher at UNIFESP
Data will be presented for optical ophthalmic structure printing and optical quality testing of ophthalmic optics printers on a 3D printer.
Wilson do Amaral Neto
SKA Applications Engineer
A technology originally intended to proof-of-concept within product engineering, today the Additive Manufacturing can be found across all sectors of a Company - in a conceptual model, a factory device or even a part or final product for the consumer. To be competitive, Additive Manufacturing follows the requirements of the market, most recently, Industry 4.0. In this way, equipment communicates via the network (in the cloud), with mobile devices such as cell phones and tablets, as well as becoming more and more friendly to old and new users, eliminating several steps to obtain parts built by 3D printing.