Congress

Grid updated on 26/04

Alex Borro, Engenheiro de Software da 3M do Brasil (convidado GTMax)

Additive Manufacturing Applied to Production - Case Study

As the additive manufacture enabled the production and marketing of a 3M product.


Arthur Schuler da Igreja, CEO da Disrupt Treinamentos (convidado 3D Cloner)

3D Printing: exponential opportunities

Lecture focusing on emerging technologies for 3D Printing, key potential markets, impact projection in different industries, market trends and cases.


Bruno Borralho Gobbato, Scientific Director of IOT Jaraguá

3D printing in medicine and orthopedics - Practical uses Articles and uses of 3D printing in Medicine are daily published in 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.


Carlos Eduardo Podestá, Exclusive Representative of Tekna Plasma Systems

Producing Metal Beads for Additive Manufacturing (MA) by Radio Frequency (RF) Plasma

Refurbishing of metallic powders with the aim of reestablishing properties that are important to the Additive Manufacturing process.


Clayton Neri de Oliveira, CEO of Colen Industrial

3D printing in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution - New Paradigms

Introducing 3D printing technology in the context of new market and manufacturing needs, creating new production paradigms 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.


Cristiane Brasil Lima Ulbrich, UP3D / CTI / 3M Specialist
Marcelo Fernandes de Oliveira, UP3D / CTI / 3M Specialist

3D printing as megatrend - Perspectives and case studies

Megatrends are transforming and global forces that define the future world with its far-reaching impact on business, society, economy, culture, 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.


Daniel Huamani, CTO da 3D Criar

​​​An industry and a 3D printing work area

Impossible not to realize that the technological advances of the last 5 years have made the 3D impression find paths and consumers never before reached. However, significant advances in advanced technologies such as Stereolithography and Selective Laser Sintering, and the propagation of advanced materials in plastic filaments, are making the industry realize incredible potential in desktop equipment for applications that were previously only achievable with state-of-the-art equipment. In this talk, find out how advanced technologies have come to the desktop and how the industry takes advantage of this kind of advancement.


Fernando Tachikawa, Director of Renishaw Latin American

Additive Manufacturing - Overview and Case Studies

We present an overview of metal additive manufacturing and some case studies demonstrating the benefits of this technology compared to traditional manufacturing methods.


Guilherme de Carvalho Castellini, Chief Designer of 3D Procer
Paulo Kazuo Inoue, Engenheiro Chefe ​​da 3D Procer

Design and Engineering: How 3D Printing Enables New Horizons

The lecture addresses 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.


Jefferson de Oliveira Gomes, Regional Director of Senai-SC and Professor of ITA

The significance of industry 4.0 and its implications in society


Jesse Silva, Director of FastParts Prototypes

Conventional or additive manufacturing: what is the best option?

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.


Marcelo Del Guerra, Director General da Smart Dent - MMTech

3D printing solutions for the dental industry

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.


Octávio Camargo Schichi, Höganäs Business Development Engineer

Höganäs in additive manufacturing: from metallic powder to exclusive 3D printing technology

Höganäs Digital Metal® offers the possibility of producing high precision metal components with high precision. 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.


Paulo Augusto de Toledo Pacheco, Director of Tecno-How

Additive Manufacturing in Metal and Industry 4.0

The selective laser melting process of different types of metals has been gaining more and more space in the aerospace, medical, dental, automotive and mold making industries. 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.


Rafael Vidal Peres, Collaborator of Makertech Labs and Founder of Aditiv

3D printing and digital planning for craniofacial procedures: the future is now

In the last decades, computerized tomography (CT), computer aided design and 3D printing 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.


Roberto Camanho, Supervisor of the ESPM Productivity Laboratory

Industrial Revolution and Digital Darwinism

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.


Rodrigo Krug, CEO of Cliever

3D printing, from the past to the future

I want to talk about the evolution of 3D printing technology in the last 5 years, in a local and international setting.

Also address the trends of future applications and new technologies.


Vagner Rogério dos Santos, Consultant for Wietech and Researcher at Unifesp

Bio-pressure of ophthalmic optics and bio-optic table
The data will be presented for bioprinting of optical ophthalmic structure and quality tests of ophthalmic optical elements in 3D printer printers.


Wilson do Amaral Neto, Applications Engineer at SKA Automation

Additive Manufacturing Inserted into Industry 4.0

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 net (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.