1pm – 1.45pm
Industrial Revolution and Digital Darwinism
Keynote Speaker: Roberto Camanho, Productivity Lab Supervisor at ESPM
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.
1.45pm – 2pm
2pm – 2.30pm
Additive Manufacturing Applied to Production – A Case Study
Alex Borro, Software Engineer at 3M do Brasil (GTMax’s guest)
As the additive manufacture made possible the production and commercialization of a 3M product.
2.30pm – 3pm
Metal Bead Production for Additive Manufacturing by Radio Frequency Induction Plasma Spraying
Carlos Eduardo Podestá, Exclusive Representative for Tekna Plasma Systems
Refurbishment of metallic powders with the purpose of reestablishing important properties for the Additive Manufacturing process.
3pm – 3.30pm
The Next Generation of Digital Solutions - How to get control and quality in additive manufacturing in industrial environments?
Paula Alvarenga Magalhães, Business Manager for Latin America - Materialise NV
An additive manufacturing, a technology that has traditionally been applied in the production of prototypes and small series. In the last two years, more and more companies recognize the potential that this technology also offers in industrial environments. This transition requires a new suite of digital tools that enable more control and quality and meet the specifications and requirements of such environments.
3.30pm – 4pm
Additive Manufacturing – Overview and Cases Studies
Fernando Tachikawa, Director at Renishaw in Latin America
We present an overview of metal additive manufacturing and some case studies demonstrating the benefits of this technology compared to traditional manufacturing methods.
4pm – 4.30pm
3D Printing in The Context of the 4th Industrial Revolution – New Paradigms
Clayton Neri de Oliveira, Executive Director at Colen Industrial
Presentation of 3D printing technology in the context of new market and manufacturing needs, creating new paradigms of production and services. History of industrial revolutions and the fourth industrial revolution, 3D printing in the context of the fourth industrial revolution, sectors, markets and applications, materials and use.
4.30pm – 5pm
3D Printing Solutions for the Dental Industry
Marcelo Del Guerra, Managing Director at Smart Dent – MMTech
Smart Dent began to make use of 3D printers in 2014 for the dental market and, with the advancement of technologies and printing materials, today offers solutions in calcinable materials, resins for models, surgical guides, printing of esthetic temporary and still investing in Creation of new materials for the future of this technology in the dental area.
In the lecture will be presented a little more about the high precision 3D printers Smart Dent - MiiCraft and its materials for dental use.
5pm – 5.30pm
5.30pm – 6pm
3D Printing: From the Past to the Future
Rodrigo Krug, CEO of Cliever
I want to talk about the evolution of 3D printing technology in the last 5 years, in a local and international scenario. Also address the trends of future applications and new technologies.
6pm – 6.30pm
Bioprinting of Ophthalmic Optical Elements and the Bio-Optical Tables
Vagner Rogério dos Santos, Consultant for Wietech and Researcher at Unifesp
Data will be presented for bioprinting of optical ophthalmic structure and quality tests of ophthalmic optical elements in 3D printer printers.
9am – 9.45am
3D Printing in Medicine and Orthopedics – Use in Practice
Keynote Speaker: Bruno Borralho Gobbato, Medical Director Scientific at 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.
9.45am – 10am
10am – 10.30am
3D Printing: Exponential Opportunities
Arthur Schuler da Igreja, CEO of Disrupt Training (3D Cloner’s guest)
Lecture focused on emerging technologies for 3D Printing, main potential markets, projection of impacts in different industries, market trends and cases.
10.30am – 11am
Metal Additive Manufacturing and Industry 4.0
Paulo Augusto de Toledo Pacheco, Director at Tecno-How
The process of selective laser fusion of different types of metals has been gaining more space in the aerospace, medical, dental, automotive and mold manufacturing sectors. We will present an overview of applications with examples of parts produced in series and how 3D printing is embedded in the context of Industry 4.0.
11am – 11.30am
3D Printing as a Megatrend – Prospects and Case Studies
Cristiane Brasil Lima Ulbrich, Senior Specialist at 3M, Teacher Senai, Partner of UP3D
Marcelo Fernandes de Oliveira, Specialist in CTI Renato Archer (guest UP3D)
Megatrends are transforming and global forces that define the future world with its far-reaching impact on business, societies, economies, cultures, and people's lives. Among the technologies that will be part of our future are the use of home robots, the influence of megadados and 3D printing. Among the main applications of this technology are the areas of consumption, automotive, industrial, architecture, aerospace, defense, medicine and dental. Know this trajectory of influence and impact through case studies presented by the authors.
11.30am – 11.45am
11.45am – 12h15
Höganäs on Additive Manufacturing: From Metallic Powder to Exclusive 3D Printing Technologies
Octávio Camargo Schichi, Business Development Engineer at Höganäs
Höganäs Digital Metal® offers the possibility of producing high precision metal components. Höganäs' know-how in metallic powders, binders and sintering applied to a process similar to inkjet printing allows Höganäs to become a strategic player in 3D printing.
12h15 – 12.45pm
Does Resolution Really Matter?
Juliana Breda Soares, R&D Director at PrintUp 3D
The leading 3D printing manufacturers compete with each other to provide users with the latest and most up-to-date versions of their products, featuring a number of innovative solutions and solutions implemented. The characteristic that tends to be bragging, beyond precision and its parameters, is a resolution. In this case, the smaller the better. But how exactly can a resolution determine a final appearance and overall quality of the 3D printed object?
12.45pm – 1.45pm
1.45pm – 2.30pm
The Significance of Industry 4.0 and its Implications to Society
Keynote Speaker: Jefferson de Oliveira Gomes, Regional Director at Senai-SC and Lecturer at ITA Break
The connectivity machine industry, systems and people, creating intelligent networks along a value chain, favoring the creation of new business models, processes, products and services. The lecture should address the themes: Trends and technologies; Exploring technologies and tools for strategy and innovation; Smart Products: Iot Challenges; Intelligent production: factory-connected challenge; Intelligent factories: challenge of value chain integration.
2.30pm – 2.45pm
2.45pm – 3h15
3D Printing and Digital Planning for Craniofacial Procedures: The Future is Now
Rafael Vidal Peres, Collaborator with Makertech Labs and Founder of Aditiv
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.
3h15 – 3.45pm
Design and Engineering: How 3D Printing Opens New Horizons
Guilherme de Carvalho Castellini, Chief Designer and Paulo Kazuo Inoue, Chief Engineer at 3D Procer
The lecture covers the union of design and engineering areas and the importance of 3D prototyping technology in professional use, to enable new possibilities for innovative projects and developments.
3.45pm – 4h15
Conventional or Additive Manufacturing: Which Option is Best?
Jesse Silva, Director at Fastparts Prototypes
The resources available with conventional production technologies for the Additive Manufacturing Industry make it a great differential. How to migrate to additive manufacturing and while still remaining in conventional production.
4h15 – 4.45pm
The Industry and 3D Desktop Printing
Daniel Huamani, CTO at 3D Criar
Impossible not to realize that the technological advances of the last 5 years are a 3D impression finding paths and consumers never before achieved. However, significant advances in advanced technologies such as Stereolithography and Selective Laser Sintering, and a propagation of advanced materials in plastic filaments, are making the industry realize an incredible potential in Desktop Equipment for applications that have only just begun with cutting edge equipment. In this talk, discover how as advanced technologies for the desktop and as a company prove this kind of breakthrough.
4.45pm – 5h15
3D printing: ideas to undertake
Sergio Augusto Carminitti, Engineering Manager of Sethi3D
Some successful cases will be presented to inspire new entrepreneurs.
5h15 – 5.45pm
5.45pm – 6h15
Additive Manufacturing in the Context of Industry 4.0
Wilson do Amaral Neto, Applications Engineer at SKA Automação
A technology originally intended for proof of concept within product engineering, Additive Manufacturing today can be found across all sectors of a business - in a conceptual model, a factory device or even a part or end 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.
6.15pm – 6.45pm
Additive Manufacturing - From the Research Lab to the Factory
André Luiz Jardini Munhoz, Lecturer and Researcher at Unicamp (AMS guest)
Presentation of the general situation of additive manufacturing in the areas of scientific research and technology and industry.