3D printing has introduced all kinds of new possibilities for developing stronger and lightweighted equipment but we’ve only scratched the surface of what’s possible. These past few months have driven the industry to new realms of creativity with the need to quickly deliver medical supplies, devices and materials. With new lightweight, sturdy materials designed to withstand impact, moisture and vibration, access to lower cost medical equipment is becoming more widely available thanks to 3D printing.
Join us for a 45-minute virtual forum for an engaging discussion, including strategies and actionable takeaways, where we will discuss:
What are the new possibilities for 3D printing medical equipment and devices?
What benefits does 3D printing offer these products?
What advantages does 3D printed medical materials provide beyond traditional manufacturing?
The discussion will be followed by a live Q&A where the panelists will answer questions.
Avi Reichental is one of the world’s leading authorities on business digitalization and exponential-tech convergence. He is an executive who led during 9/11 and through the 2008 financial crisis while serving as CEO of 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD). Reichental is currently the CEO of Nexa3D and the founder of XponentialWorks, a venture investment, advisory and product development company, unique in its collider-business model of bringing together traditional mid-market manufacturing companies with transformative startups to accelerate value creation. Avi serves as a member of the XPRIZE Innovation Board. He remains a hands-on inventor with over 35 patents credited to his name.
Ken Kisner joined the innovation team at Henkel Corporation as the Head of Innovation in 2019, bringing new capabilities to the additive manufacturing industry. Prior to Henkel, Kisner was the CEO, President and Founder of Molecule Corp. a technology-driven enterprise focused on product innovation in additive manufacturing, providing advanced solutions for 3D printing applications – including medical devices, aerospace, automotive and a wide variety of consumer goods – as well as industrial inkjet solutions. Molecule Corp. was acquired by Henkel in 2019.
Sarah Goehrke has been a dedicated 3D printing journalist since 2014. She served as the editor-in-chief of 3DPrint.com from 2015 to 2018, when she launched independent additive manufacturing-focused editorial services company Additive Integrity. Her primary client is Fabbaloo, where she is the Managing Editor working to bring grounded and on-the-ground insights to the 3D printing industry. She works with other publications including Forbes and All3DP, as well as industry clients, to provide quality AM content. Sarah is also on the Board of Directors of Women in 3D Printing.