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3D Printing, Robotics and Medicine

Strasbourg (France)
INSA Strasbourg
24 Bd de la Victoire
67084 Strasbourg
How to find us
SPIRITS project consortium
GdR Robotique (CNRS)
Pierre Renaud
E-mail: pierre.renaud(at)insa-strasbourg.fr
Registration | 3D Printing, Robotics and Medicine


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3D Printing offers new opportunities for robotic and mechatronic systems in medical context. Size, function integration, mechanical performances can be improved but require special care given the medical constraints.
GDR Robotique and SPIRITS project consortium, gathering experts in the field, invite you to a technical day on the topic.

Who should attend?

This event is for engineers and researchers with an interest in design and manufacturing of robotic and mechatronic systems for medical applications.

Why should you attend?

  • Learn about the use of 3D printing in medical applications when robots and mechatronic systems are being developed.
  • Discuss with experts 3D printing for medical and surgical robotics.
  • Discover medical robotics platform of ICube in Civil Hospital of Strasbourg (limited number of participants).

More information:

  • Meeting will take place at INSA Strasbourg, with possible visit in the afternoon of ICube lab in the Civil Hospital of Strasbourg

Confirmed talks:

  • 3D printing of titanium alloys for biomedical and robotic applications (FHNW, Basel, Switzerland);
  • 3D printing of glass structures for new surgical tools (EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland);
  • Multi-material additive manufacturing of polymer robotic structures for interventional radiology (ICube, Strasbourg, France)

Suggestions of contributed presentations are welcome. Send an email before September 10, 2018 with a title and a 5-line summary to the contact given above.

Website address: https://www.gesundheitsindustrie-bw.de/en/event/3d-printing-robotics-and-medicine/