Next-generation Medical Implant Design, Production, and Validation using Additive Manufacturing and nTopology at Beijing DPR
One of the first commercially viable use cases of additive manufacturing (AM) is the production of medical implants. AM enables the production of structures that promote bone growth into the implant which improves the mechanical bond between the bone and implant. This leads to an over better patient experience due to improved efficacy and longevity of the implant. These osseointegrative structures are not manufacturable by any other means than AM.
This webinar will demonstrate how these structures are designed in nTopology and how the software gives engineers full control of every aspect of the design. Topics include Lattice Design, Porosity Specification, Lattice-to-Solid Blending, and Automation.
We will also discuss how these implants are produced with Additive Manufacturing at Beijing DPR. Topics include material verification, production parameter optimization, part verification, and post-processing.
We will conclude with a live Q&A section.
Watch this webinar and learn:
- What is important in the Design & Production of additively manufactured medical implants
- How nTopology and Beijing DPR leverage implicit modeling & manufacturing knowledge to produce medical implants
- How these design & production methods create better products and overall patient outcomes
- On Wednesday, June 16 the webinar will air in Chinese
- On Thursday, June 17 the webinar will air in English
Please select your preferred language through the attached form.
Kevin Zhang has a Master’s Degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. From 2005 - 2012, he was an Application Engineer and Manager at KLA-Tencor China working in Beijing, Shanghai, and San Jose, CA. Beginning in 2013 he was the Sales Director at EOS China, based in Shanghai where he developed business in AM and established sales channels. In 2016, Kevin established Hangxin Technology as a service bureau for industrial; one year later he established a subsidiary company named DPR Materials for medical, offering CDMO service and metal powders as well.