Webinar: Additive Advantages in the Medical Industry - Insights from Implantcast
Join this webinar to learn about ways that additive manufacturing can be used in production of medical parts. You will hear from Implantcast, a company that has successfully introduced implants for orthopedics and ramped up to full-scale production.
The medical industry was one of the early adopters of additive manufacturing and continues to grow the uses of AM. The technology has proven to be ideal for making of implants and devices and accelerates introduction of parts into the market.
This webinar will introduce you to:
- Advantages of additive manufacturing for orthopedic implants and medical devices
- Ways to use additive manufacturing for producing medical parts
- Customization and large-scale production of implants
Head of Additive Manufacturing
Born in North Rhine-Westphalia Germany, Klemens Terhaer studied mechanical engineering with focus on product development, materials and production at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH). He has been involved in additive manufacturing since 2012, working at the former Laser Zentrum Nord GmbH in Hamburg, mainly in the field of laser beam melting. Klemens joined implantcast GmbH in 2017 and initially worked as an engineer, utilizing his knowledge of design for additive manufacturing and AM in general. During this time, he became a professional user of electron beam melting. Since 2018 he has been the head of additive manufacturing at Implantcast GmbH, managing the additive serial production of about 800 custom made and 16,000 standard medical implants and instruments a year, today turning out over EUR 10 million in revenues.
Senior Global and Key Accounts Director
At GE Additive, Stephan Zeidler serves as a Senior Global and Key Accounts Director where he oversees medical industry-related strategy and business development activities. He is involved in Global Account Management and Product Management activities and continues to escort multiple companies, ranging from service providers, OEMs and global medical device manufacturers, on their additive journey. He joined GE Additive in 2016 as Global Business Development Manager for the medical sector and has more than seven year’s experience in the medical additive manufacturing industry. Prior to joining GE Additive, Stephan held Product and Key Account Management roles in the additive manufacturing industry working with multiple additive technologies such as PolyJet and FDM.