Program

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June 10

Grid updated on 05/16

Hall 1

Industry


Noon–1pm

Registration


1pm–1.50pm

OPEN LECTURE

Education in Industry 4.0 and within the classroom

Keynote Speaker: Felipe Rosales, MakerBot (guest Alcateia)

Overview of changes in industry and society, industry 4.0, IOT, new careers and how they impact education today and the future. Teaching methodologies, resources and cases.


1.50pm–2.05pm

Break


2.05pm–2.55pm

Advanced materials for desktop 3D printing

Daniel Huamani, 3DC Med

The world of advanced materials no longer belongs only to industrial equipment. Today, machines with smaller sizes and greater deployability are able to work with high quality polymers and excellent mechanical properties, resins with loads of exotic materials and advanced polymer powders. In this lecture, know a little more about the properties and applications of these advanced materials and how to take advantage of them today.


2.55pm–3.45pm

A Look At Additive Manufacturing In Metals: Benefits, Challenges And How To Overcome Them

Paula Alvarenga Magalhães, Materialise

Additive Manufacturing (FA) offers immense potential in design freedom and economics to metal parts manufacturers. While on the one hand the industrialization of FA in metal has hardly begun, on the other hand it has been evolving rapidly. And with product development cycles that span several years, models created today can reach production stage when metal FA has matured toward a conventional technique, allowing for more innovative and economically viable ways of producing the same model . In summary, the time to start considering FA in metal is now in the early stages of product design. The lecture will show participants what to expect and what to avoid when taking their first steps in FA in metals.


3.45pm–4.15pm

Break


4.15pm–5.05pm

Print Dreams 3D’s Case of Additive Manufacturing in Design and Building of Prostheses and Orthoses

Artur Rodrigues Teixeira – Print Dreams 3D (invited by GTMAX)

Print Dreams 3D develops customized prostheses and orthoses through digital image acquisition and treatment technologies integrated with additive manufacturing processes. Products offered are anatomically customized to individuals with missing body parts, who can then partially regain limb functionality, improve performance, physical well-being, self-esteem and quality of life. In order to achieve this, the company maintains a close consultation and cooperation relationship with the National Biofabrication Science & Technology Institute (Biofabris).


5.05pm–5.55pm

Versatility of 3D printing in the industry and projects of P, D&I

Lucas Campos Silva, Mediphacos

In error innovation is fully expected and acceptable, it is part of the creative process, but fast mistakes are critical. In this regard the speed of 3D printing has revolutionized the way of doing innovation, allowing low cost to test several ideas and converge more quickly to the ideal project. Examples of how the versatility, ease, and accuracy of additive manufacturing are being leveraged for development projects, reducing costs and speeding up the process, including when applied to research using objects that require extreme precision as in the optical field.


Hall 2

Education


Noon–1pm

Registration


1pm-1.50pm

OPEN LECTURE

Education and technological innovation: arrangements and breakdowns

Keynote Speaker: Jefferson de Oliveira Gomes, IPT- Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas do Estado de São Paulo / ITA

Technological innovation is transforming education and upgrading the skills needed for the contemporary work environment. Building prepared education systems for the future requires the drafting of appropriate curricula for the twenty-first century along with the consistent delivery of a basic education for all that builds a solid foundation for a lifetime of adapting and developing new skills. Specialized education must provide skills on demand and address the disconnect between the needs of the employer and the existing instructions. Which discussions pertain to these demands?


1.50pm–2.05pm

Break


2.05pm–2.55pm

Education 4.0

Fábio Zsigmond – Mundo Maker

Topics addressed will be the current global context; challenges of traditional models; opportunities; integral education; creative learning; the maker culture and its environments. Cases will be presented and a debate will be welcome.


2.55pm–3.45pm

Fab Lab in Basic Education

Anderson Pires Macroin – Fab Lab Bred Maker

How Fab Lab can transform a school community by using digital manufacturing technology, thus allowing teachers and students to materialize their ideas. Developing processes to promote the culture of innovation.


3.45pm–4.15pm

Break


4.15pm–5.05pm

Smart Maker Education: A New Teaching Method in Engineering Courses

Pedro José Gabriel Ferreira – UNIP

The technological development in industry and the fourth industrial revolution have generated the need to produce engineers with specific abilities for an increasingly competitive market. In this context, a new teaching method called Smart Maker Education (MsE) is under development. To support this methodology, new educational tools such as virtual reality, augmented reality and 3D printing are used. The use of 3D printing in learning through challenge will be introduced as one of the aspects of MsE.


5.05pm–6.25pm

ROUND TABLE

Education in the Digital Age

Mediator: Jefferson de Oliveira Gomes, IPT- Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas do Estado de São Paulo / ITA
Anderson Vicente Borille, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica - ITA
Fabiana Eloisa Passador, FATEC - São José dos Campos
Roberto Camanho, ESPM/SP


June 11

Hall 1

Industry


8.30am–9am

Registration


9am–9.50am

OPEN SESSION

Using LCD Screens: The Future of Additive Manufacturing (lecture with simultaneous interpretation)

Keynote Speaker: Joshua Allan Riddick, Photocentric (guest 3D Procer)

Additive manufacturing is embarking on its second revolution – one about enabling customized mass manufacture. To achieve this, the production of accurate, functional parts must be possible at high production rates and acceptable costs. LCD screens in SLA printing are the key to bringing about this turning point in manufacturing. This lecture will look at recent developments in LCD-based 3D printers and photopolymers, and the new opportunities they provide. Screens are the main devices for creating digital images. They are produced in large numbers with high resolutions in a huge variety of formats. To achieve cost-effective large-scale manufacturing, either large format screen arrays or smaller higher resolution screens are now being used. Photocentric is a pioneer in LCD-based 3D printing and has a long background in photopolymer manufacture. We are now introducing this technology into lots of applications for plastic parts and, more recently, for ceramic and metal parts. Our goal is to enable custom mass manufacture and disrupt existing manufacturing models, thus reducing costs and enabling new designs which are free from the constraints of tooling.


9.50am–10.05am

Break


10.05am–10.55am

Final Parts, North of the Additive Manufacturing

André Skortzaru, 3D Criar

Discover how Industry prepares for the production of the Future with Additive Manufacturing (MA) and 3D Professional Printing solutions, from project design to series production. MA rapidly evolves in the world and the Brazilian industry prepares for technology adoption and production of final parts for maintenance, quality and production. In this lecture, besides the trends of the Additive Manufacturing in Brazil and in the World, success stories will be presented with increased efficiency, reduction of costs, materials and production of final pieces.


10.55am–11.45am

Why Invest in the 3D Printing Market?

Victor Maciel Pruner, Oderço Distribuidora / Flashforge Brasil

There are several examples of how printing 3 is a promising technology, but now would be the ideal time to enter that market? Some arguments based on market studies that clearly indicate the answer will be exposed.


11.45am–12.45pm

Lunch


12.45pm–1.35pm

OPEN SESSION

Selective laser melting for the production of surgical implants (lecture with simultaneous interpretation)

Keynote Speaker: Philip Oris, SLM Solutions Group AG

Selective laser melting, also known as 3D metal printing, is being increasingly adopted as the manufacturing method of choice for various types of surgical implants and prostheses. They include dental prosthetic components, patient-matched cranio-maxillofacial implants and mass-produced orthopaedic implants. The presentation will address several key technical developments that contribute to the robustness and productivity of the selective laser melting process. The requirements for a medical device manufacturer on machine qualification and process validation will be addressed, as well. Various case studies on SLM production of surgical implants and dental prostheses will be reviewed during the presentation


1.35pm–1.50pm

Break


1.50pm-2.40pm

Smart 3D printing: A Journey into the Future with dddrop (lecture with simultaneous interpretation)

Alfred Uytdewilligen – dddrop 3D Printers

As a technology for shaping things, 3D printing has its own place in the product creation arena. What are the important features for success? Open versus closed ecosystems. Now that 3D printers have become more and more robust, new smart systems become a logical next step.


2.40pm–3.30pm

From hobby to professional in 3D printing

Oswaldo Salzano Neto, 3D Print Academy (Sethi 3D guest)

The entry into the market of increasingly affordable 3D printers coupled with free access to the knowledge of technology is shaping an entire generation of enthusiastic users of 3D Printing. The purpose of this presentation is to bring a differentiated approach to the use of technology in a professional manner and to encourage the hobbyist to use their equipment and technical expertise to undertake a solid 3D printing business or even to obtain of extra income.


3.30pm–4pm

Break


4pm–4.50pm

A System for Monitoring and Correcting Errors in 3D Printing (lecture with simultaneous interpretation)

Vadim Pinskiy – Nanotronics

A new system will be demonstrated that has the ability, after a large printing error occurs, to take automatic action on subsequent layers in order to recover the final tensile strength of the printed object. This tolerance to failure makes it possible to improve general system stability and to reduce quality variations. This is a breakthrough in process control and shows the power of integrating AI into 3D printing. Applications in other 3D printing areas will also be addressed, particularly medical applications, where tolerance to failure is of greater importance than in industrial applications.


4.50pm–5.40pm

3D printing - History, current events and trends

João Batista Alves Xavier, Instituto Transire

To present some of the history of the Transire Group; present a history of 3D Printing, its evolution over time; briefly show the state of the art / technique of technology; what are the usual and unusual practical applications; the trends for the future of this technology and its interactions with IoT and Industry 4.0


5.40pm–7pm

ROUND TABLE

Additive Manufacturing: use and application in the industrial reality

Mediator: Fabio Sanches Sant´Ana, Farcco Tecnologia Industrial
Alfred Uytdewilligen, dddrop 3D Printers
Felipe Rosales, MakerBot (convidado Alcateia)
Joshua Allan Riddick, Photocentric (guest 3D Procer)
Philip Oris, SLM Solutions Group AG


Hall 2

Health (Medical and Dental)


8.30am–9am

Registration


9am–9.50am

OPEN LECTURE

Lab Organ and Tissue Fabrication

Keynote speaker: Dr Gabriel Liguori – Heart Institute (InCor-HCFMUSP)

With the recent technological advances in the field of tissue engineering, nominally the techniques of bioprinting and the use of induced pluripotent stem cells, the possibility of making organs and tissues on demand for transplantation has never been so close. In this presentation will be presented the state of the art and the future outlook of the manufacture of organs and tissues in the laboratory.


9.50am–10.05am

Break


10.05am–10.55am

3D BioPrint in Medical Practice

Paulo Schor – Unifesp

The pace at which technological developments reach society at large does not always coincide with the rate of absorption and implementation into daily life. We often have products and devices whose potential is many times greater than their current practical use, so they tend to be relegated to the background. Interdisciplinarity and user presence at the core of the development process decreases the odds of having technology leftovers, so projects must be chosen before tools are. This lecture will present developments using jet printing, either in the new field of bioinks or in manufacturing micrometric biological wound dressings, especially in ophthalmology – a microscopic field where the precision and minuteness of custom manufactured bio-parts produced through this technique are enviable.


10.55am–11.45am

Enabling 3D Printing in Healthcare

Bárbara Olivetti Artioli – Figment Face

The possibilities are endless for applying 3D printing in solving medical problems, but the recent spate of new technologies has made feasibility analysis indispensable. Three practical examples of the combination of technology, effectiveness and economic feasibility will be demonstrated: facial prostheses, oncology biomodels and micro-needle drug delivery.


11.45am–12.45pm

Lunch


12.45pm–1.35pm

OPEN LECTURE

From a Medieval Craft to the Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Will 3D Printing Revolutionize Dentistry?

Keynote speaker: José Lincoln de Queirós Júnior – Dental Telemetry

Dentistry began with the craft of the dentist-barber in medieval times, and a perception of tedious and painful dental procedures still remains in the collective unconscious. Technical-scientific evolution has brought new perspectives to the relationship between dentists and patients, and a bold and promising revolution presents itself with the application of new technologies, especially 3D printing. Speed, procedural rationalization, virtual three-dimensional simulation resources and less invasiveness are some of the possibilities. Dentists – previously regarded as synonyms of pain and suffering – may become the architects of new smiles, resignifying individual and social concepts of health and aesthetics.


1.35pm–1.50pm

Break


1.50pm-2.40pm

3D Printing in Dentistry: High Performance Management, Optimizing Machines and People

Cristiane Barros André – Kika Orthodontics

After intraoral scanners were introduced in Brazil, several new companies have begun to operate along this digital influx, thus creating the need for high performance management of equipment and employees. This lecture will contrast the pricing and potential of several different quality devices compatible with most dental offices, so that they can optimize workflow with less equipment, and have lean and active staff, with no loss in quality.


2.40pm–3.30pm

The Additive Manufacturing Revolution in the Healthcare Industry

Rander Pereira Avelar – CPMH

Advances in 3D printing technology enable tailored medical devices (customized / patient specific) to be used with significant societal benefits. Additive manufacturing has revolutionized the resources available for treating patients. Health regulation is an important requirement to be observed in the health industry. In this presentation we will discuss applications of the use of additive manufacturing in medical devices, as well as the flow of development, validation, sanitary regulation and marketing, as well as the benefits for patients and health professionals.


3.30pm–4pm

Break


4pm–4.50pm

Best Practices for Implementing 3D Scanners and Printers

Andrea Son – Collab

This lecture will present an overview on the use of intraoral scanner and 3D printers in clinic and lab daily routine, and demonstrate possibilities within the workflow, from the usability of technologies to different team formats and professional scopes


4.50pm–5.40pm

Greater predictability and less surgical trauma with digital dentistry and 3D printing

Dr. Diego Carneiro Zimmermann, SmartSolutions / Veiga de Almeida University

A view of modern dentistry where CAD planning generates predictability of treatments and 3d printing brings less discomfort and better results, including revolutionizing the manufacture of dental products. The new face of Implantology, Prosthesis and Orthodontics with the daily use of these technologies.


5.40pm–7pm

ROUND TABLE

Health 4.0: A Multidisciplinary View of the Brazilian Additive Manufacturing Scenario

Mediator: Daniel Huamani – 3DC Med
Janaina Dernowsek – CTI Renato Archer and INCT-Regenera
Mayra Torres Vasques – 3DHeals, Smart T Digital
Rodrigo Marretti – Follow-me!