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3D printed and implanted, the story of the first ceramic skull implant

June 15 @ 11:00 - 12:00

Ceramics 3D printing and biomedical have had a common history for several years and it still goes on. The biomedical sector is a forefront activity sector focused on the new technologies that could help them to overcome barriers and push boundaries. The story goes back to 2007, when, thanks to the collaboration between Joel Brie, a maxillofacial surgeon at the University Hospital of Limoges and 3DCeram allowed the realization of concrete cases of implantology in Hydroxyapatite that we propose to share here. A success story that lasts to this day!

Detailed program
11:00 – Welcome of participants and speakers | Florine BOULLE, Pôle Européen de la Céramique
11:05 – Presentation of 3DCERAM SINTO and SLA* technology | Richard GAIGNON
11:10 – Build-it, cranial implants | Marc NGUYEN
11:15 – Presentation of 3D equipment’s: C100, C900 & C3600 | Vincent AUCLAIR, Maxence BOURJOL & Arnaud ROUX
11:20 – Cleaning of the pieces | Charlie CLARK
11:25 – Questions-Answers
11:35 – Debinding & sintering | Eric LOURADOUR
11:40 – Interview of Joël BRIE, and overview of the various applications of 3D printed advanced ceramics | Joël BRIE
11:50 – Ceramics overview | Christophe CHAPUT
11:55 – Questions-Answers
12:00 – End of the webinar

Speakers : 3D Ceram’s team
Vincent AUCLAIR, After sales manager ; Maxence BOURJOL, Area sales manager ; Joël BRIE, Maxillofacial Surgeon at CHU Limoges ; Christophe CHAPUT, CEO ; Charlie CLARK, Ceramic Engineer ; Richard GAIGNON, CEO ; Eric LOURADOUR, Ceramic engineer ; Marc NGUYEN, Development engineer & Arnaud ROUX, Area sales manager


June 15
11:00 - 12:00
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