Steve comes from a design background and has worked as the technical manager at iMakr for the last 6 months.
1. Show printed pieces and the current printing object to audience, and explain how they were produced.
2. Different methods of AM
3. Discuss the design implications of AM using the FDM machine.
4. Practical considerations: time to print, volume.
5. Discuss the materials used on FDM machines – putting it in context of what recent new materials there are.
6. Hope or Hype?
7. How far the FDM machines will progress.
Talk 2: Natalya Tacheci
Natalya worked with consumer facing 3D printing firm iMakr to improve students' access to 3D printing training. She has a background running outreach programs in underpriveledged areas in Australia. Natalya is now facilitating the adoption of FDM printing in startups and grass roots initiatives.
1. Forecast growth in Industry: 3D printing, and 3D printing in health.
2. Examples of products 3D printed (with the exception of bio-printing)
3. FDA response to rising 3D printing use in health
4. In the developing world
5. Macro level initiatives
6. Arising areas of concern (access to prints, safety of parts)
7.45pm - Networking break
8.15pm - Unconference (the audience can come on stage for 5 min 'lightning' talks to share their ideas, ask for funding etc. Doesn't have the be related to 3D printing, it could be anything in health technology)
9pm - Close & off to the pub
Some links to expand your mind to possibilities in the future.
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Health 2.0 London is a meetup group focused on innovations in the delivery of healthcare and health related technology. This group is dedicated to creating a community around Health 2.0 in London as part of the international Health 2.0 movement. It's a venue for sharing, discussing, showcasing and developing ideas for how to improve patient care. If you are interested in the intersection of health care and information technology, this is a group for you. Technology enthusiasts, developers, students, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, patients, designers, social workers are welcome.