Additive Manufacturing of Medical Implants: From Design to Build Preparation
Join us for a webinar on the development of medical devices with metal Additive Manufacturing. The experts of Croom Precision Medical, an FDA-registered company that manufactures medical implants such as hip stems, shoulder joint replacement implants, acetabular cups, and more, will share insights about their design and manufacturing process.
In this webinar, Croom Precision will highlight how they use nTopology for the preparation of medical devices for Additive Manufacturing; from design to build preparation. They will focus on key areas of automated design processing, lattice generation, support generation, and slicing for 3D printing using a Renishaw RenAM500s system.
Watch this webinar and learn how to:
- Use nTopology as a complete AM preparation solution
- Accelerate the development of Design of Experiments
- Generate support structures using automated processes
Shane Keaveney, Research & Innovation Manager, Croom Precision Medical
Dr. Shane Keaveney is Research & Innovation manager with Croom Precision Medical focused on growing new technologies for medical device manufacturing. He is passionate about engineering and sees it as the key to a more advanced, cleaner, and sustainable world. His previous academic and industrial research focused on advanced manufacturing and medical device design. One of his key current research focuses is metal additive manufacturing on design, process development and process monitoring. His PhD thesis was based on the improvement of the current cone frustum acceptance test presented in ISO10791-7. This test is used for evaluation of a 5-axis CNC machines performance.
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